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<h3>Paul Connollyis a reporter for the Belfast Telegraph</h3> www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk Smartphones are conquering the world, if that's not stating the obvious, but did you know they're also transforming journalism, film-making and photography?
Brendan Ó Sé is a lecturer and award wining photographer based in Cork photographicpunctuation.com When my turn came to speak, the nerves had gone and were replaced with a feeling of ya, this is it and I’m going to enjoy it. The excitement really began when, along with the other six speake…
Catalina Albeanu is news editor for Journalism.co.uk www.journalism.co.uk Mobile journalists and trainers shared their tips and starter advice at the Mobile Journalism Conference in Dublin
<b>Ronan Leonard is a reporter/blogger for IrishTechNews.net</b> irishtechnews.net Last Friday and Saturday the world’s first mobile journalism conference MojoCon took place in Dublin. MojoCon is the brainchild of Glen Mulcahy. Glen is Innovation Lead, Technology with RTÉ and has
Nadine Dimassi is a reporter for Aljazeera News Network based in Qatar. [VIDEO] www.youtube.com مؤتمر صحافة الموبايل الأول على مستوى العالم في العاصمة الإيرلندية دبلن
Mark Egan is a former BBC News VJ, he now heads up Mobile Journalism training for the EBU. purplebridgemedia.com There is a tipping point at which a movement really takes off. The Mojocon 2015 conference in Dublin felt like just such a pivotal moment. Hosted by RTE, it brought together mobile journalists, filmmakers and …
Nicki Fitz-Gerald is an author, photographer, trainer and editor of iPhoneographycentral.com www.iphoneographycentral.com Mojo – So much more than a mobile journalism conference
Conrad Mess is the most awarded iPhone filmmaker on the planet. conradmess.com The incredible MojoCon | ::Conrad Mess Official Website::
Eleanor Mannion is an RTE director and filmmaker who writes for thecircular.org thecircular.org #mojoconirl And so it begins… pic.twitter.com/wfzdmIJthV — Eleanor Mannion (@eleanormmannion) March 27, 2015 Well it was a jam-packed day today – full of all things mojo and discussions of what the future of journalism is…
Rebecca Whittington is a journalist, media consultant, editor an public speaker rebeccawhittingtonmedia.com Authenticity over authority, consumer power over journalism qualifications and the importance of being there – three themes which were revisited again and again by speakers at the first ever …
Marc Settle is a Mobile Journalism trainer with BBC College of Journalism www.bbc.co.uk MojoCon put mobile first, and last - welcome to a world first
Andy Butler is editor of mobiography.net www.mobiography.net A showcase of smartphone photography from MoJoCon, the first international conference of mobile journalism held in Dublin, Ireland.
Shadi Rahimi is a producer for AJ+ Aljazeera's New Media platform medium.com by Shadi Rahimi
Flavien Plouzennec is a freelance reporter based in Dublin www.flavienplouzennec.com Pour Glen Mulcahy, organisateur de la MoJoCon de Dublin (27 et 28 mars), le journalisme mobile n’en est encore qu’à ses prémices. Rechargez vos batteries… Dublin accueillera fin mars sa première “MojoCon”, conférence internationale sur le journalisme mobile. Pendant deux jours, plusieurs centaines de “mojos” (“mo” comme mobile et “jos” comme journalistes) entendront des experts … Continue reading MojoCon de Dublin: “On n’est qu’au début du journalisme mobile”
Phyllis Stephen is the editor of the Hyperlocal site Edinburghreporter.co.uk www.theedinburghreporter.co.uk At the cutting edge of mobile journalism #mojocon