AJE Winter Conference 2017: Book your place now for ‘Futureproofing Journalism Education’

AJE Winter Conference 2017: Book your place now for ‘Futureproofing Journalism Education’

The AJE Winter Conference will take place on January 20, 2017 (9.30am-4.00pm) at the University of Westminster’s Regent Street Campus. The theme of this conference is Futureproofing Journalism Education. Bookings can be made here (Reserve your place via the link. The £15 payment is made on the day. Cash or cheque) (more…)...
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BBC News boss to give AJE June conference keynote

BBC News boss to give AJE June conference keynote

James Harding, Director of News and Current Affairs at the BBC, is to be the keynote speaker at the AJE June conference: The Future of Journalism Education James Harding was born in London. He was educated at St. Paul's School and studied History at Trinity College, Cambridge. He joined the Financial Times in 1994 and, among other things, served as Shanghai Correspondent, Media Editor and Washington Bureau Chief. He joined The Times in 2006 as Business and City Editor and worked as Editor from 2007 to 2012. He is the author of Alpha Dogs, How Political Spin Became a Global Business. James oversees the BBC’s News and Current Affairs programming. More than 80% of UK adults consumed BBC news each week across television, radio and online in 2013. The division's workforce produces output across Network News, English Regions and the World Service Group. Conference details: June 25th – 26th, 2015 University of Greenwich It’s still not too late to submit abstracts, especially for the innovations...
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