Social & Digital Coffee Break: let's amplify the experts Paid Members Public
When two trade publications hit the headlines, and some worrying insight into the experience of female journalists online.
Engaged Reading Digest: who won the attention election? Paid Members Public
A quick round-up of useful digital publishing reading from around the web, including the Beeb on the Dark Web, and journalism LIVE.
General Election 2019: the news media failed profoundly — but not in the way you think Paid Members Public
Reuters Institute research shows that most of what we believe about the general public and politics news is wrong — and that we are profoundly failing to engage them.
Solutions journalism: who is using it - and why Paid Members Public
Can upbeat news which delivers solutions to our problem supplant "if it bleeds, it leads"? Maybe - it's certainly proved lucrative for some publishers.
Local Journalism: breaking out of the London bubble Paid Members Public
Local journalism is in trouble in the UK - there's no disputing that. What can the big national sites do to help?
Press - a new BBC drama set in a newsroom - gets a trailer Paid Members Public
Oh, no. The BBC is making a drama about national newspaper journalism…
Nice example of news video shot on a phone Paid Members Public
[https://i1.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2014/07/bbc-mobile.png] Here’s a nice example of a reporting video shot using a phone [http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28190890] from Auntie Beeb. Note how he uses the phone’s mobility to give a sense of environment,