CIRCOM - ROOS Workshop on Social Media 2017
- Published: January 16, 2017.
NatLab, Kastanjelaan 50, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
22nd and 23rd March 2017
Applications are now being accepted for the Social Media for Regional News workshop to be held in Eindhoven, The Netherlands at the invitation of ROOS, from 22nd – 23rd March 2017.
New social media strategies for news, using Twitter, Facebook to engage your audience and the new opportunities to tell news stories on the digital platforms that will be the topics of the workshop Social Media for Regional News. The program will consist of a mixture of presentations from international speakers on Wednesday and a workshop on the second day. The program is recommended for social media editors, social media specialists and journalists.
Jennifer Brandel (Founder Hearken model, USA) leads the workshop “Questions Are The New Comments”. She will show how newsrooms around the world are leveraging the universal trait of curiosity, and engaging their audiences from pitch through publication of news. She will share how re-imagining the role of your audience leads to original, high performing content, along with valuable data and insights. Albertine Piels (Founder Hackastory) offers a one-day workshop: Digital Storytelling. The participants will leave this workshop with a full understanding of digital storytelling. They explore the new opportunities created by digital technology and how to use them to tell online stories.
Detailed workshop programme
This year, the conference is held in the NatLab, Kastanjelaan 50, Eindhoven not far from Eindhoven Airport with 70 direct connections in Europe. The program starts on Wednesday at 11.30 and ends on Thursday at 17.00 hours.
Ten places were available for CIRCOM Regional members and the workshop is now full.