If you didn't make it to the BBC College of Journalism/New York Times's recent Social Media Summit in London, here's what you missed - and don't need to miss any longer. Below are links to videos of all the sessions and reports on them from our blog:  

Opening Keynote


James Harding, director of BBC News and Current Affairs, in conversation with Charlie Beckett, director, Polis, at the London School of Economics and Political Science 

How to Make Highly Sharable, Highly Clickable Content (The Right Way) 

Chair: Aron Pilhofer, New York Times. Panel: Martin Belam, Trinity Mirror UK; Laura Oliver, Guardian (UK); Luke Lewis, BuzzFeed (UK)   

Global Innovations - Social Innovation in World News

Chair: Esra Dogramaci, BBC. Panel: James Montgomery, BBC; Andy Carvin, First Look Media; Michal Broniatowski, Espreso TV, Ukraine; Libby Powell, Radar Media, Kenya 



Vivian Schiller, global head of news and journalism partnerships, Twitter; Joanna Geary, head of news, Twitter UK 

Mobile in Social: How Each is Influencing the Other

Chair: Nathalie Malinarich, BBC. Panel: Cynara Vetch, CCTV Africa; Ramaa Sharma, BBC World Service Group; Matt Peacock, Vodafone; Liam Corcoran, NewsWhip  

And if you want to recreate the social media experience of being at the conference, just search for #smsldn.


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