April 24, 2017

Associate Professor / Senior Assistant Professor / Assistant Professor – Digital Media and 3D Animation

Location: BruneiSalary: BN$49,560 to BN$90,120£27,773.42 to £50,503.25 converted salary* per annumHours: Full TimeContract Type: PermanentPlaced on: 24th April 2017Closes: 5th June 2017Reference: UBD/FASS/002 Over the […]
April 24, 2017

Facebook chief says ‘decreasing financial incentives for false news’ is focus but ‘we don’t want to be arbiter of truth’

Facebook takes its responsibilities over fake news “very seriously” and is “focused” on removing the financial incentives for peddling false information, top executive Sheryl Sandberg […]
April 24, 2017

Top cop accepts ‘slap on wrist’ from journalists over comments about press

A top police officer has accepted a “slap on the wrist” after being taken to task over “unfair and damaging” statements he made about the […]
April 24, 2017

JP chairman says no plans to sell ‘significant’ number of newspapers

Johnston Press has no current plans to sell a further “significant” number of its newspapers, the company’s interim chairman has said. Writing in the regional […]
April 24, 2017

Convicted stalker loses press watchdog complaint over report of case

A convicted stalker has had his claim about a regional news website’s reporting of his case thrown out by the press watchdog. David Ford complained […]
April 24, 2017

Ex-crime reporter to compete in first horse race at 58

A crime reporter turned jockey is set to compete in his very first horse race at the age of 58. Steven Wright, who used to […]
April 24, 2017

Seabirds target journalists in series of ‘gull wars’ attacks

Two journalists are among those to have been attacked by a mob of seagulls plaguing a city centre in what an MP has termed “gull […]
April 24, 2017

Everything You Need To Know About Boat Photography

Most of us don’t have to go that far to photograph boats. We are usually not a million miles from the coast, rivers with boats, […]
April 23, 2017

George Osborne accused of disrespect for MPs' rules over Standard job

George Osborne Former chancellor should have cleared appointment with ethics watchdog before announcing it, report says <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–><!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> George Osborne at first […]
April 23, 2017

Britain's Got Talent's golden buzzer act wins 2017's biggest TV audience

Britain’s Got Talent ITV talent show draws 9.2 million people, or 44% share of viewers, to watch all-girl troupe Just Us dance through to semifinal […]
April 23, 2017

CNN journalist Alisyn Camerota: 'Roger Ailes did sexually harass me'

Roger Ailes The former Fox News chairman allegedly told Camerota, who spent more than a decade at the channel, that joining him in a hotel […]
April 23, 2017

Prince Harry story is new twist in the saga of the media and the royals

Newspapers Jane Martinson Revelation in the Mad World podcast underlines princes’ desire to keep control of their own public image <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–><!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> […]
April 23, 2017

Prince Harry story is new twist in the saga of the media and the royals

Newspapers Jane Martinson Revelation in the Mad World podcast underlines princes’ desire to keep control of their own public image <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–><!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> […]
April 23, 2017

How Facebook’s News Feed Algorithm Works (and What’s Coming Next)

Facebook’s VP of News Feed Adam Mosseri recently presented a session on how the News Feed works and what they’re looking to introduce next. 
April 23, 2017

10 Questions with Personal Branding Expert Barry Feldman

In interview with author Barry Feldman on his new book ”The Road to Recognition’.
April 23, 2017

How to Build a Better Review Marketing Strategy

Online reviews form an important part of your wider marketing strategy, and it’s important to have a plan on how to handle this element.
April 23, 2017

Why we need British podcast awards

Podcasting Hear here On Saturday April 29, the fledgling UK podcast industry celebrates the year’s top series. Film critic (and podcaster) Rhianna Dhillon explains what […]
April 23, 2017

Bravery behind Bryony’s royal reflections

Telegraph Media Group Peter Preston on press and broadcasting Peter Preston Every credit to the Telegraph writer for talking about her mental struggles – and, […]
April 23, 2017

Danger ahead for European press

Press freedom Peter Preston on press and broadcasting Peter Preston As press prize celebrations die down, it’s time to reflect on the threat looming over […]
April 23, 2017

O’Reilly’s exit shows the sons are rising in the Murdoch empire

Rupert Murdoch Peter Preston on press and broadcasting Peter Preston Lachlan and James seem to have realised that, for urgent commercial reasons, 21st Century Fox […]
April 23, 2017

Coastal Photography With A Creative Twist

As an island nation, many of us live fairly close to the coast  and as well as tidal patterns in the sand, surf, sand dunes, […]
April 22, 2017

The PM hopes she can rely on the press. But there’s one catch…

General election 2017 The Observer Stephen Bush Tory papers will back May – until she hits readers’ pockets <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–><!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> How the […]
April 22, 2017

Take A Look At This Week's Site Highlights

Take A Look At This Week’s Site Highlights  – With new product announcements aplenty, there’s plenty for you to catch up on this week. Posted : […]
April 22, 2017

The Sun says no 'slur' was intended by Kelvin MacKenzie as Ross Barkley takes legal action over gorilla comparison

The Sun has published an apology to Everton and England’s Ross Barkley over a column by Kelvin MacKenzie in which he compared the midfielder to […]
April 22, 2017

Pinterest is Getting Rid of its Like Button, Moving Away from ‘Social Network’ Label

Pinterest has announced that Likes will be removed as an option on Pins.
April 22, 2017

Wry, loyal, kind: Observer journalist Dave Pearson dies

The Observer The Observer Tributes paid to consummate newspaperman who worked at the Observer for more than 30 years <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–><!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> Dave […]
April 22, 2017

LinkedIn Brings Back ‘Most Recent’ Option for Feed, Adds Read Receipts for Messages

LinkedIn has announced a set of updates to help users refine their on-platform experience.
April 22, 2017

The Sun Has Apologised For Kelvin MacKenzie's Ross Barkley Column

The Sun has published an apology to Everton and England footballer Ross Barkley over a column by Kelvin MacKenzie in which he compared the midfielder […]
April 22, 2017

5 Tips on How to Re-Ignite Your Stalled Content Strategy

Is your content marketing program losing steam? Here are some tips on how to get it back on track. 
April 22, 2017

French election: Fake news spreads ahead of presidential poll – Stuff.co.nz

So called ‘Twitter bots’ that masquerade as real people and spread fake news and propaganda on social media have been detected in action in France […]
April 20, 2017

Journalism.co.uk is looking for digital skills trainers

Credit: Image by Antonio Guillem on Shutterstock Journalism.co.uk organises open and in-house training courses for reporters, editors, freelancers, communications professionals and anyone interested in publishing […]
April 18, 2017

Fairfax aims to make digital transformation a ‘learning-supported and training-infused process’

In this podcast, Journalism.co.uk speaks to Julie Posetti, head of digital editorial capability at Fairfax, about her role in the newsroom Fairfax is an Australian […]
April 13, 2017

In China, the art of media censorship is becoming more sophisticated

Technology and social media advances empower the public in China, but they also empower the censors. “The art of censorship is becoming more and more […]
April 12, 2017

Snapshots of 4 journalism co-operatives from around the world

Credit: Image from Pexels.com How does the co-operative model apply to journalism, and in what cases could it be preferable to a more traditional funding […]
April 12, 2017

First speakers announced for July’s newsrewired

Credit: Newsrewired on 8 February 2017. Image by Journalism.co.uk. Over the past month, the Journalism.co.uk team has been working on the agenda for our upcoming […]
April 8, 2017

Optimising for trust: Advice for news organisations to improve their relationship with the public

Credit: By wellphoto on Shutterstock. Most news is “optimised for speed”, with the audience not a part of the process until the very end, when […]
April 7, 2017

How can journalists entrench the belief in the value of their work?

Credit: Image by Phil Roeder on Shutterstock. Some rights reserved. Will the profession of journalism be seen as strange by historians a hundred years from […]
April 6, 2017

Why news organisations should experiment with chat bots

Credit: By marcwathieu on Flickr. Some rights reserved. Chat bots might never become the preferred medium for people to get their news every day, but […]
April 4, 2017

Highlighting voter indecision: How Reuters is covering the French presidential elections

Credit: Image from Pixabay.com Given the hightened international interest in the upcoming French presidential elections, Reuters has taken a new approach to covering the election […]
April 3, 2017

17 universities teamed up to produce a six-hour newscast on solutions journalism

Credit: Image from pexels.com Journalism students from 17 universities around the world have been working together to broadcast a six-hour newscast focused on solutions journalism. […]
March 30, 2017

New tool Filterbubblan helps journalists and the public better understand the filter bubbles in Sweden

Credit: Screenshot from Filterbubblan.se Per Grankvist, Swedish author and expert on sustainability issues, became interested in filter bubbles in the summer of 2016, when he […]
March 29, 2017

The latest Global News Relay is tackling solutions journalism in 10 countries

Student journalists from 17 universities are taking part in the fourth Global News Relay The Global News Relay brings together student journalists from 17 universities […]
March 28, 2017

3 fact-checking initiatives at Le Monde as the newsroom gears up for the French election

Fighting misinformation and disinformation online is on the agenda for many organisations around the world, taking centre stage in countries with upcoming elections. At Le […]