interhacktives

Oct
03
The Basics of Digital Journalism: Attention and Atomisation

The Basics of Digital Journalism: Attention and Atomisation

There are two fundamental concepts needed to understand digital journalism. Here's a primer.
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May
08
Interhacktives wins best student specialist publication

Interhacktives wins best student specialist publication

I’m extremely proud to say that the Interhacktives — students on the MA Interactive Journalism at City, University of London
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Nov
27
The fun of student banter

The fun of student banter

Pretty much since I started teaching at City, I’ve ended up bantering with my students on Twitter. Here’s
1 min read
Oct
18
Making incredible journalism from the past and the present

Making incredible journalism from the past and the present

Here’s a tweet that cheers me immensely: Core message for journalism on social media says @BethAshton #NewslabMCR pic.twitter.
1 min read
Nov
24

Interhacktives: the resource for digital journalists relaunches

Like The Doctor in Doctor Who, every now and again, the Interhacktives website falls over, and then gets up looking
1 min read
Mar
05

31-3.5 Advice for young interactive journalists

Today, I taught my last formal class for this year’s class of Interhacktives at City University. The two terms
3 min read
Feb
19

Interhacktives: the best of digital journalism by e-mail

Really nice intiative from the Interactive Journalism MA students at City. They run the digital jouralism website Interhacktives as part
1 min read
Nov
14

Interhacktives 3.0: a new generation of online journalists

The third intake of Interactive Journalism MA students at City University have got the keys to the class blog, and
1 min read
Feb
28

How should journalists use social media? (a hangout)

When journalists use social media, should they blur professional and personal lines? My Interactive Journalism students at City University setup
Oct
19

A small milestone (and what people miss about journalism)

I just got my first click-through to this site from a blog written by one of my students on the
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