Diversity makes for better journalism
Today was a good day. A hard and difficult day, to be sure, but a good day. Around teaching the
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
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
By way of comparison
Remember the magazine students from last week? Here, by way of comparison, is the equivalent board from the financial journalism
One reason to love magazine journalism students...
I’m at City University all today, working with the Magazine and Interactive Journalism MAs. At one of the workshops
Liveblogging commuter misery
Ah, synchronicity. Today, I’m working with the newspaper and interactive MA students at City University on liveblogging. And there’
Data Journalism - buzzword or baseline skill?
Liveblogged notes from the Data Journalism: Mapping the future? event held by the Media Society last night. Please note: not
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
Is print focus a dangerous distraction for young journalists?
I suppose I shouldn’t be by now, but I’m always surprised by how many journalism students are obsessed
Learning, emulation and voice
How unexpected was that? A Bank Holiday weekend, and beautiful weather the whole time. Gorgeous. At least, that’s what