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.