Local and regional journalism after Leveson symposium

Local and regional journalism after Leveson – 5 November 2014 in Chester Registration is now open for this one-day symposium organised by the MeCCSA Policy Network and the University of Chester. It will take place on 5 November 2014 in Chester (Kinsgway Buildings, room CKW132). The event will bring together academics, journalists and NGOs as […]

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Brunel seeks journalism lecturer

Journalism@Brunel is looking for a lecturer in digital/multimedia journalism. This is an exciting time to join us. The August 2014 national survey ranked our programmes top in London and seventh in the country for overall student satisfaction. Over 70% of our students achieved a 2.1 and above last year and 85% of our graduates were […]

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Fashion Journalism by Julie Bradford

Fashion Journalism by Julie Bradford, University of Sunderland. It’s the first textbook about fashion journalism in the UK, and it looks at how it operates, how to get into it and how to do it. It includes lots of interviews with fashion journalists from newspapers, magazines, websites and retail brands, as well as stylists, PRs […]

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ICE Annual Conference

ANNUAL CONFERENCE 24thOCTOBER 2014 Frontline Club, 13 Norfolk Place, London W2 1QJ   IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF GIANTS REMEMBERING STUART HALL, RICHARD HOGGART AND JOHN TULLOCH

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It’s the story that matters! Teaching journalism’s storytellers

Special Edition of Journalism Education Guest Editor: Karen Fowler-Watt, Bournemouth University, UK.   This special edition of Journalism Education invites discussion and debate about a range of factors currently informing the role of storytelling in journalism education. It will devote particular attention to the ways in which journalism educators are embracing multimedia and new media […]

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NCTJ report lists key skills for student journalists

J-schools should be teaching ‘new and enhanced skills’ in areas including ethics, fact checking, digital skills, PR, freelancing, entrepreneurialism, time management and audience relationships according to a new report from the NCTJ. The accrediting body that is probably best known for its dogged commitment to 100-WPM shorthand (sorry, this writer only managed 80), states: Change […]

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