Welcome to 2017. The year when the incompetency of political leaders is easily explained away as nasty journalists from the Planet Zog asking unfair questions, writes News Associates head of journalism Andrew Greaves.
It hasn’t been a great year for Katie Hopkins, who has demonstrated that writing unpleasant things on Twitter can not only get you fired, but can also leave you with a rather large legal bill – provided you are stupid enough to direct your comments at the wrong person, writes our law tutor Guy Toyn.
Fact-checking, teamwork and a healthy dose of scepticism when it comes to social media are key to covering a breaking news story in an effective and compassionate way.
Nothing can prepare you for covering terrorism.
With every speaker as good as the next, JournoFest 2017 was a massive success.
From a veteran BBC News anchor and The Guardian homepage editor to VICE head of social – we’re excited to announce the full line-up for this year’s JournoFest.