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Join NAIJ.com as we discuss Facebook Live best practices during Lagos Social Media Week 2017

Join NAIJ.com as we discuss Facebook Live best practices during Lagos Social Media Week 2017

Following the success of the last 4 editions, the 2017 Lagos Social Media Week (SMW) returns, on February 27.

Join NAIJ.com as we discuss Facebook Live best practices during Lagos Social Media Week 2017

Join NAIJ.com as we discuss Facebook Live best practices during Lagos Social Media Week 2017

The week-long conference which ends on Friday, March 3, features events like keynotes and panels, multiple rooms for workshops, master classes and presentations.

Naij.com, Nigeria’s leading website, will be hosting an insightful media summit tagged - "Creating Compelling Facebook Live Broadcast: Best Practices From NAIJ.com"

Facebook live broadcast is changing online journalism and re-shaping mainstream media. Since its launch in 2016, the online broadcast tool is re-defining storytelling and how readers engage with the news in real time.

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Across the digital landscape, publishers can without restrictions stream live with a sense of immediacy, spontaneity, even fun, with comments and emojis flying over the screen like music notes.

Many who formerly watched traditional news broadcasts now look to live-streaming as a source for timely information. For users, it gives a powerful and simple way to broadcast live video to their entire social graph, and they can now not only share live video with all those connected to their page, but also unlock powerful new insights into their audiences.

But there are downsides too. When things turn serious, when news breaks and bad things happen, those same features that make Live fun and differentiate it from traditional live television also add a new sense of urgency, questions and dilemmas even safety and ethics issues arise. NAIJ.com as the number one Nigeria’s online media has deployed its live streaming to reach millions of readers share best practices and challenges.

Join NAIJ.com as we discuss Facebook Live best practices during Lagos Social Media Week 2017

Join NAIJ.com as we discuss Facebook Live best practices during Lagos Social Media Week 2017

Discussion at the session will investigate:

1. The responsibilities that confront journalists beyond just telling the story as it unfold before them?

2. The ethical dilemmas of live broadcast?

3. How journalists can navigate a ‘two-way act’ of live streaming

4. What could go wrong? Challenges of live broadcast

READ ALSO: Social media week 2016: Naij.com hosts media summit

Learning Objectives

1. Understand journalistic values and ethics, such as fact-checking, researching and producing fair and unbiased content

2. Learning how to create compelling live stream for publishers

3. Understand and deal with ethical issues and challenges in live streaming

Target audience:

Bloggers, Online journalists, advertisers, publishers, broadcast journalists, media houses

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