What happened when a traditional daily newspaper opened up their newsroom decision-making to everyone - customers, collaborators, colleagues and competitors - in real time?
Hear from Alison Gow, deputy editor and one of the forces behind the Liverpool Daily Post LIVE project, at a Trinity Mirror Merseyside open house for Digital Editors Network on 16 June. You’ll also hear from David Higgerson, new Head of Multimedia for Trinity Mirror Regionals, on his plans for the future, and from Business Development Director Mark Dickinson on why he’s bullish about monetising the web.
The afternoon will start with a short walk-about the Merseyside news and will be followed by a (pay-as-you-guzzle) drinks & dinner Net(work)ing event at Piccolino Italian restaurant.
1:45 pm Registration at TM Regionals front desk, Old Hall St , Liverpool. (It's the vast glass-fronted building just up the road from Moorfields train station) NB. the Pall Mall NCP car park is the most convenient for motorists
2:00pm Walk-about the Liverpool Daily Post and Liverpool Echo shared newsroom with Alison Gow
2:30pm Going boldly in the multimedia future - Dave Higgerson
3:15pm Liverpool Daily Post Liveblog - Alison Gow
4:15pm Show me the money! - Mark Dickinson
5:00pm DEN: What next?
5:30pm Drinks & NETWORKING dinner for Digital Editors at Piccolino (It’s pay as you guzzle).
DEN is another industry partnership initiative of the of the University of Central Lancashire, Preston. Attendance is free, but space for this event is limited to 25 on a first-come basis.
To book a place email Nick Turner at email@example.com