Cookie Consent by Community | Hacks/Hackers LDN


News, jobs and interesting events for the
Hacks/Hackers London community

HHLDN Attendance Policy Change

January 2020

Important update:
Due to high demand for tickets to come to our events and to make sure everyone has an opportunity to attend, we are implementing a new policy for no-shows. We know that sometimes people book a ticket but find themselves unable to attend. We understand the problem and we ask that you make sure you cancel your ticket or notify us as soon as possible. Those who fail to inform us will be marked as a no-show. If you have two ‘no-shows’ in a row, you will only be able to attend the following 3 events by buying a £6 supporter ticket.

We hope that you understand the necessity of this policy to help us keep on top of attendance figures and to make sure that everyone who wants to come, has a fair chance of getting a ticket.

The Telegraph - Social Media Editor

January 2020

The Telegraph’s Social Media Editors work to maximise the potential of the stories they tell using social media, combining excellent social media and journalistic skills.

In this role, you'll enhance and create stories across a wide variety of social media platforms and ensure that these are distributed properly on social channels.

For further details and to apply:

Steady - Independant Media Accelerator

November 2019

Memberships helped thousands of media makers turn their finances around. Now it’s your turn! Apply for the Independent Media Accelerator and receive expert support and €2,500 to set up your own membership program. Apply by December 1st

Count feedback interviews

October 2019

Data startup Count ( is building a platform to help data journalists explore and collaborate with data. They are looking for individuals would be up for giving them some feedback on the platform.
The interviews will be 20-30mins in length over video conference and all participants will receive a £20 amazon voucher as a thank you.

If you'd be interested in taking part please email


October 2019

The 25th digital media innovation conference Newsrewired will take place on  27 November 2019 at Reuters, London - come and learn from top speakers like Lyndsey Jones, executive editor and day production section chief, Financial Times; Hazel Baker, global head of UGC newsgathering, Reuters; Jo Kelly, head of news and sports partnerships for EMEA, Twitter; and many more.