Posts about journalists and the way they work.
Members’ Reads: Activist versus Journalist Paid Members Public
Five reads for members, on a looming Google threat, the ethics of leaking WhatsApp messages and the choice the industry needs to make.
Six more journalists you should follow for International Women's Day Paid Members Public
Yes, I do know it was yesterday. There's a good reason it's a day "late".
Six journalists you should follow on International Women’s Day Paid Members Public
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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…
Journalists supporting journalists Paid Members Public
Journalism is such a strange business. Sometimes it seems parasitic and insensitive. And sometimes it touches you. This is just lovely: > The @BostonGlobe [https://twitter.com/BostonGlobe] sent us pizza to keep us going. Thanks friends. pic.twitter.com/kVH0TXddz9 [https://t.co/kVH0TXddz9] — Manchester News MEN (@MENnewsdesk) May 24,
Don't be a journalism algorithm Paid Members Public
Gizmodo‘s Michael Nunez delved into the lives of Facebook’s contract journalists [http://gizmodo.com/want-to-know-what-facebook-really-thinks-of-journalists-1773916117] in a well-shared piece: > Over time, the work became increasingly demanding, and Facebook’s trending news team started to look more and more like the worst stereotypes of a digital media content farm.
Journalism: not about you Paid Members Public
Over the weekend, I headed down to Wiltshire for the kick-off meeting of a new project, and it was a wonderful experience. Over the last few years I’ve been doing a lot of training, and a fair bit of consulting, but I’ve had less and less opportunity to