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.
The work/life infusion Paid Members Public
Dan Catt on his reasons for leaving The Guardian [http://revdancatt.com/2012/07/26/leaving-the-guardian-creativity-vs-mild-depression-the-quantified-self-and-running/] : > It was the crushing lack of scope for creativity within the projects that was the problem. They fell very much into the category of ‘move this over here, put that there, add something somewhere
Making sustainability pay; getting raw with materials Paid Members Public
So, carpet tiles. Probably not the most exciting thing in the world, but a major component of most office environments. Like all physical building components, they have the potential to be a huge consumer of resources, and therefore somewhere where you can make a difference to sustainability. [https://i1.wp.
Journalism/Community Job Going on Farmers Weekly Paid Members Public
[https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2010/02/4345304273_eaac716721-1.jpg] I’ve often blogged about Farmers Weekly [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Farmers_Weekly] and the great work they’ve done in creating a cross-platform brand. They’ve got a great forum [http://www.fwi.co.
Should Be Blogging Be Compulsory For Would-Be Journos? Paid Members Public
I meant to link to a post on the Online Journalism Blog last week, discussing the issue of journalism graduates having blogs [http://onlinejournalismblog.com/2008/01/11/how-important-is-it-for-new-journalism-graduates-to-have-their-own-blog/] . I’m glad I didn’t now, because the discussion in the comments has really added value to the debate. I’