News Associates has appointed a panel of industry experts to help shape their training in London and Manchester.
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News Associates was again named the UK’s top NCTJ journalism course and the top fast-track course at the 2015 Journalism Skills Conference in Birmingham.
Anthony Longden Column: Diluting Freedom on Information Act is start of important fight for journalists
By the time you read this, it is likely the first steps will have been taken to disembowel the Freedom of Information Act.
On a panel about the future of journalism at Oxford University earlier this month, a fellow speaker spoke passionately about what he termed the ‘democratisation of news’, writes James Toney.
To name or not to name – that has been the hotly-debated question in so many newsrooms this week, a textbook example of journalism ethics in action, writes James Toney.
News Associates trainees feature prominently on the shortlists for the NCTJ Awards for Excellence – with nine nominations, more than any other journalism school.
A big chunk of journalism requires a degree of mutual trust between the writer and those providing the information.
Newspapers covering the recent anti-gentrification protests were faced with a censorship dilemma when it came to describing the organisers,writes Graham Dudman.
Walk into any newsagent or supermarket and there they are – tempting you like tasty treats with their tantalising covers, writes Graham Dudman.
Shorthand is still the future: Why journalism’s old skills are still as relevant as all the new ones
The armoury of tools used by reporters to create journalism is changing as never before, writes Graham Dudman.