Sports: How leaders of digital media engage fans
Sep 15, 2014Join ScribbleLive at 11 a.m. EDT on March 11th, as we gather some of the top digital thinkers in sports media to share the experiences and lessons they’ve acquired over the years of running some of the biggest digital projects in online sports.
Scribble Chat: Entrepreneurship in Journalism
Jan 30, 2014 - 11:51 AM EDTAs journalism's role in society changes, so does the role of the journalist. How can a reporter stay relevant? Are journalism schools focusing on this aspect of the media evolution?Join us as we bring in 2013 Michener-Deacon Fellow and CBC reporter Julie Ireton and Nieman Journalism Lab founder and director Joshua Benton to address these questions.
Scribble Chat: Arts, Entertainment and Award Shows
Jan 22, 2014 - 1:02 PM EDTWhat makes for red-carpet content and engagement around arts & entertainment events? Join us for a Scribble Chat with seasoned high-, low- and pop-culture writers Barry Hertz (Maclean's magazine), Jen McDonnell (Reshift Media) and Chris March (Digital First Media).
Scribble Chat: Social TV and Second Screen
Nov 12, 2013 - 3:54 PM EDTThis week's Scribble Chat will focus on how traditional broadcasters are embracing digital tools to give their audience a more immersive, interactive experience of television.
Live chat: How to get your dream internship in a newsroom
Sep 25, 2013 - 4:30 PM EDTAs journalism students gear up for internship interviews, J-Source is hosting a live chat with hiring experts in newsrooms. We are hosting a syndicated feed of the chat here.
Here's your opportunity to ask questions to Valerie Casselton, managing editor at The Vancouver Sun, and Lora Grady, assistant editor at Chatelaine.
This chat will take place Sept. 26 at 10 a.m. ET.
#SMWTO panel discussion: Disruption in the newsroom
Sep 24, 2013ScribbleLive's own Kim Fox moderates a panel discussion on disruption in the newsroom.
Panellists include: David Skok, director of digital, for Global News; Anjali Kapoor, director of News Strategy at The Globe and Mail; and Kenny Yum, managing editor at AOL Canada, where he oversees HuffPost Canada, AOL.ca and AOL’s other editorial properties.
Scribble Chat: How real-time media covered the Boston bombings
Sep 17, 2013The Boston Marathon bombings and Watertown manhunt challenged real-time reporters in many ways.
Between the trauma, mixed reports, faulty tweets, photos rushed to publication and people rushing to find loved ones – how did they discern what's right? And how did they make that decision when mere seconds separated them from their competition?
This week's chat brings WCVB's Neil Ungerleider and the Toronto Star's Lesley Ciarula Taylor together with five journalists from Boston.com and the Boston Globe – Adrienne Lavidor-Berman, Wesley Lowery, Martine Powers, Catherine Cloutier and Teresa Hanafin.
They'll be discussing how they covered the bombings and aftermath – what they'd do again, what they'd change and what they learned.
Social Networks & Communities
Sep 23, 2013You're Tweeting and Touting and Instagramming and Pinning. You revel in the success of your YouTube, Tumblr, Storify and Wordpress pages, basking in glorious views, likes and comments. But just when you think you've mastered the game, a new network pops up or an old one evolves, drastically changing the rules.
This week's Scribble Chat on "Social Networks and Communities" is focused on navigating the murky waters of real-time engagement and social media. Join us Tuesday from 12-1 p.m. ET, as our panel of experts discuss how they use their networks to curate, nurture and integrate content and communities.
Scribble Chat: Not-for-profit campaigns
Sep 23, 2013This week's Scribble Chat focuses on the world of not-for-profit campaigns and how such organizations can harness the power of real-time to achieve their goals, whether they be activism, awareness or fundraising.
Joining us is Julie Mollins of the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) and Cody Switzer of the Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Join us and chat live with these two campaign experts on Tuesday, August 20 from 12 p.m.–1 p.m. ET.
Scribble Chat: Real-time content in journalism school
Sep 23, 2013As real-time content becomes increasingly important in the world of journalism, professors are embracing the digital world and bringing liveblogs into the classroom.
It can be intimidating using new programs to create content for students and professors alike. How are professors integrating real-time content into their courses? How is teaching this medium impacting students' abilities to find a job after graduation? These are just some of the questions we'll be asking our expert panelists during this chat.
Scribble Chat: Real-Time Sports Reporting
Sep 23, 2013Sport reporting has always been at the forefront of real-time journalism - live match reports have been there since the beginning and are still what people associate most with liveblogs.
How is the internet affecting the world of sports reporting and what do journalists have to do to keep up and keep fans coming back to their site? That's what our panelists are faced with today...
Scribble Chat: Real-time Q&As
Sep 23, 2013One of the most popular ways many content publishers are incorporating real-time content into their production schedule is by hosting live chats with experts, celebrities and other notable guests.
But how do you keep your content and topics fresh, consistently land awesome guests and cultivate the community you need?
Our panelists this week will share their tips and tricks from their collective chat-hosting experience.
And yes, we realize the meta nature of this chat. As such, our panelists will answer any questions you may have as well. Submit them in the comment box here.
Scribble Chat: Building a real-time-savvy newsroom
Sep 23, 2013As the game of journalism evolves, so should the players. With real-time becoming an expected and integral part of content, editors are faced with the responsibility of building real-time savvy newsrooms. But are all journalists keeping pace?
This week on Scribble Chats, our panelists will discuss how they led the charge on educating staff and seeking out those with the latest skills.
Scribble Chat: Real-time ethics
Sep 23, 2013Real-time reporting presents all sorts of ethical dilemmas. Should a newsroom control what reporters are tweeting from their personal accounts? Should factually incorrect posts or tweets be deleted? How do you ensure the content from social media is original and unaltered?
Find out the answers to these questions and more on Tuesday, July 16 from 12-1 p.m. Feel free to leave your questions here now.