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Chris Sibthorpe 13h
Journalism is hard (and can be very expensive) to get in to, so my journo alma mater have some funding and scholarship options available which are closing soon for applications...
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City Journalism 9h
Students now have until Wed 27 June to apply for our £12,500 investigative journalism scholarship. The winner will have their course fees paid for, go on paid work placements and be offered a traineeship at at the end of the course. Read more:
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City Journalism 13h
Join us for our event on Wednesday 27 June, with Dr Kate Wright from in conversation with head of the journalism department, Professor . Register on our website:
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Journo Resources Jun 19
The Quadrature Scholarship closes on June 27: • £10,000 funding for Investigative Journalism MA, • £2,500 living expenses for the year • Three-month paid placement at
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Jonathan Hewett Jun 19
Great to see two Interactive Journalism MA (nearly ex-)students as Fellows; congrats to &
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Heather Brooke Jun 19
Congratulation to investigative student and now reporter on the publication of all your hard work
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City Journalism Jun 19
Students now have until Wed 27 June to apply for our £12,500 investigative journalism scholarship. The winner will have their course fees paid for, go on paid work placements and be offered a traineeship at at the end of the course. Read more:
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City Journalism Jun 18
Students have until 11am on Wednesday 20th June 2018 to apply for our £12,500 investigative journalism scholarship! Find out more:
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City Journalism Jun 15
Join us on Wednesday 27th June to launch Who’s Reporting Africa Now?, a new book on the role of NGOs and the media by . Reserve a seat for free here!
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Royal Television Society Jun 15
. study by finds that male experts on top news and current affairs programmes still outnumber women by a significant margin
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City Journalism Jun 14
Thanks to everyone who came to the conference today!
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Suchandrika Jun 14
. wraps up a great - one of three MPs to speak today - by drawing out the similarities between issues facing women in politics and women in broadcast journalism. Thanks for having us 👏
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City Journalism Jun 14
“It’s clearly right that we should increase the number of women on our screens,” says Fran Unsworth, director of news and current affairs at the BBC. “But it’s not as straight forward as it’s made out to be.”
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jane martinson Jun 14
Looking forward to talking to about equality and at 4 today. Any questions for her or Labour?
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Giselle Green Jun 14
. of : Just 24% of TV progs directed by women. Leaving gender equality to companies won’t work, need regulation. "We need to stop being squeamish & get on with it" Vikki Cook of : no quotas, set targets, nurture talent, make bosses accntble
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Ofcom Jun 14
Vikki Cook, Ofcom Director of Standards and Audience Protection, is on the panel at 2.30pm today, discussing what must be done to ensure fair representation of women in UK broadcast news. Find out more about our role in this area:
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Giselle Green Jun 14
Talking digital . of tells how they were able to use whatsapp messages between a mother in Europe & daughter trapped in Raqa to tell unfolding, intermittent story, waiting for the 2 blue ticks which meant her daughter was alive.
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suzannehfranks Jun 14
says govt may well look favourably on confronting online anonymity in forthcoming white paper - and hails recent German innovation to deal with hate speechonline
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City Journalism Jun 14
. asks if there should be an end to anonymity online - says she believes “anonymity fuels the fire” of abuse on the internet
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suzannehfranks Jun 14
‘Don’t rule out legislation... it worked for gender pay gap ...’ says
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