Live Content Curation Event: RJI Mobile First
The oldest journalism school in the world will explore the transformative value of content curation at their Mobile First event on 3/31 and 4/1. A team of 10 students will curate news and related content during the event. At the event site, the students will discover, excerpt and add commentary to media stories, Tweets, and blog posts about the speaker’s mobile-related topics while the presentations are going on – essentially, “Live Curating” the conference.
Attendees and viewers of the event’s live video stream will be invited to participate with a browser bookmarklet allowing them to submit related content during the presentations for review by the site’s editors.
The student team will use the real-time content curation platform PublishThis to easily capture excerpted content from multiple outside sources and quickly push it to a WordPress site via a PublishThis plugin. PublishThis is a WordPress VIP Featured Partner, allowing for a seamless flow of curated and annotated items to a site.
You can even participate! To install the bookmarklet for curating content with the students during the event, go here to get the PublishThis Bookmarklet. Please note that submissions from outside sources are subject to editorial review and revision.
Join us for this live curating event next week!
During the two-day event, attendees and those viewing the live stream will hear from some of the largest and most innovative companies in media and the revenue side of the business. You’ll hear from Google, The Weather Channel, Hearst, Scripps and others.
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Talking with @robynpeterson from Mashable about his #rjimobilefirst presentation on the new big board in Smith Forum. http://t.co/Xt21BUVZSU
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The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute’s Mobile First symposium on March 31-April 1 has reached full capacity and registrations are no longer being accepted. But the event will be streamed live during both days. Sign up to watch the live stream. If you have questions about attendance, please click here.
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