Hope today is working out well for you. What have we got? Well...
Let's start with jobs, and 3 new jobs up on theMediaNet site today - a feature writer and two Broadcast Journalist posts
On churchandmedia.net: there's quite a lot of stuff about websites now, including a new article on getting your site up in the search rankings on Google. More on this important issue to come! Also some news about the demise of a long-standing church newspaper and an interesting new survey about trust in the media.
Event: There's another Open Source event on 24th November. OpenSource is a forum event for those who meet on the crossroads of technology and theology. With engaging talks and opportunities to share, the regular events are mind-stretching, idea-inspiring evenings fueled by good food and refreshing drinks. Sounds your kind of event? Checkout the website for details. Best of all, members of theMediaNet are entitled to a discount by quoting reference MNet01
Another Event: Social Media Conference. DigiManc is on 25th November in North Manchester. The event is for churches looking to get more involved with social media. Speakers include MediaNet member Bex Lewis and James Poulter. The website is www.digimanc.com and tickets can be purchased for £25 through www.eventbrite.co.uk
Final reminder - tonight - Journalism meetup at 6.30pm at All Bar One, Regent Street, W1B 2HJ. Do let Sophie Hull know if you can make it!
And finally, it's that time again!:
MediaCityUK Community Christmas Carols
The Anchor in conjunction with the Salford University, the BBC and Peel are delighted to be celebrating Christmas on Thursday 15 December between 4.30 – 6.30pm on MediaCityUK’s Piazza. Includes schools Lantern Parades from Langworthy, Ordsall and the Trafford Quay (IWM), Hot Mulled Wine & Mince Pies not to mention brass bands, nativities and carol-singing.
That's it, enjoy the rest of the week!