This year’s third JournoFest panel focussed on ‘The art of investigative journalism’, including the skills needed to succeed in the field.
This year’s second JournoFest panel focussed on ‘Levelling up the media landscape’ and the differences between regional and national news.
BBC Breakfast and Radio 5 Live Breakfast presenter Rachel Burden was the keynote speaker for our first JournoFest in Manchester.
Our JournoFest panellists discuss the question ‘what is the next big thing in journalism?’ and how AI will transform the journalism industry.
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This year’s second JournoFest panel focussed on ‘What makes great journalism?’, and discussed the core elements of compelling journalism as it catapults through the digital age.
Times Newspapers chairman John Witherow was the keynote speaker for our seventh annual journalism conference JournoFest.
Times Newspapers chairman John Witherow is the keynote speaker for our seventh annual journalism conference JournoFest.
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The JournoFest panel ‘Thriving in a digital landscape: telling stories with a difference’ explored the benefits of new technologies and changing consumption habits in journalism, writes London part-time trainee Charlotte Banks.
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This year’s JournoFest panel ‘From the frontline: reporting on hostile environments’ focused on managing fear and pressure in the face of conflict, writes School of Journalism Manchester trainee Jessica Sharkey.