Training and retaining the journalists of the future Paid Members Public
How do we recruit and retain a more skilled, diverse staff of journalists? The final panel of news:rewired set out to answer that question.
Diverse journalism is better journalism: so please back PressPad Paid Members Public
It's getting harder to get into journalism. That's not just down to the popularity of the profession, but the decline in routes in for those who aren't wealthy. PressPad is trying to fix that.
OK, maybe Facebook is about to help the local press out… [UPDATED] Paid Members Public
Press Gazette has revealed that Facebook is donating £4.5m to help train local journalists. But how sustainable is this?
Some follow up on the Google News Lab University Network Paid Members Public
Two bits of feedback to yesterday’s piece on the Google News Lab University Network [https://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2016/12/fake-news-political-propaganda.html] . The Frenemy Dance > Remember when Google was the enemy in many publishers’ eyes? It appears it and Facebook have swapped… — Adam Tinworth (@adders) December 6,
Google News Lab partnering with university journalism departments Paid Members Public
Journalism education in the UK has a digital problem. I’ve worked with a number of universities offering journalism degrees now – and there’s a consistent pattern. While there are a few bright spots of very deep digital knowledge, it’s unevenly spread, even within individual departments. It’s no
Autumn Statement: student journalists at work Paid Members Public
It’s my biannual spell in a student newsroom, as the financial journalism students at City University do frantic live coverage of the Government spending review: You can see their work at the Autumn Statement site [http://www.citybudgetreport.com] – I’d love to hear your feedback.
The print-digital tension, through the eyes of a student Paid Members Public
Here’s a very interesting piece from a student newspaper editor in the US [http://qz.com/394426/i-am-editor-of-my-college-newspaper-and-the-job-i-trained-for-no-longer-exists/] : > My peers are interested in reading news, but they have no loyalties whatsoever about where it comes from. You can be the greatest columnist in the world, but it will