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want to try a different approach to your reporting? constructive journalism network offers a few solutions-based techniques to take into your newsroom

advice for using mobile journalism techniques in sports reporting

make the most of your smartphone when interviewing players, telling their stories and reporting from the heart of the action

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what did the 2010s mean for the media industry?

before we dive into the 2020s, journalism.co.uk looked back at the challenges and opportunities the past decade has brought to the uk newsrooms

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power banks, smartphone rigs and a copy of essential media law to-hand can be life-savers in the field and on the newsdesk

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ww magazines is seeking an experienced editor for a unique role spanning its interests in both the waterways sector and the self-build homes sector. based in burton-on-trent.

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brunel university student to launch newspaper in memory of uncle and journalist david may

after the university's student publication was forced to close due to lack of interest, the legacy of the late veteran reporter has inspired a new generation

'i鈥檓 feeling like i am part of the community, i have something i can feel proud of'

many would give up if they did not make it into journalism by the age of 35. these two community reporters found new purpose in reporting local stories thanks to their perseverance - and facebook funding

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