Are you looking for news and features about the media in the UK, USA and beyond? Are you interested in journalism. Do you need to keep up with the latest news in journalism news, innovation, design, digital developments, politics and business?
If you are, then Journalism Now is one- shopping for all your information needs.
Journalism Now works by adding new and original content to RSS feeds from some of the world’s leading media sources.
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Follow this link to go directly to the start page: Journalism Now. The start page updates many times through the day. The best way to follow the updates is through the Journalism Now twitter feed. But you can also subscribe to the site.
If your interests are even more specific than journalism, the site is organised in sub-sections and you can access each of these separately.
News about Facebook and other platforms can be found by following this link: Journalism Now: Social Media News
The latest posts about media and journalism as a whole can be found on this page: Journalism Now: Latest News.
We also use categories for topics such as design and production, photography and photojournalism, politics, digital journalism, data visualisation, infographics, journalism jobs and careers in journalism education. Each of these topics has its own category and can be followed individually.
Journalism Now follows some of the most influential columnists and reporters including:
Jeff Jarvis : Buzzfeed
Emily Bell : Columbia University School of Journalism
David Dunkley Gyimah : The View magazine
Chris Horrie : Journalism commentator and educationalist
Martin Belam : Media Guardian
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The Journalism Now site is fully integrated with the web, though we mostly use our twitter account (@journalismnow) to alert our followers and subscribers when the site updates. The site was originally developed by Chris Horrie at the University of Westminster in London, UK and it was further developed at the University of Winchester.
We also have an influential and widely followed YouTube channel. Follow this link for the Journalism Now You Tube channel.
The site is updated very frequently during the day, drawing upon verified news items drawn from the best informed news sources in the UK, USA, France, Germany and the Middle East.
This “about” page is cornerstone content. It was last updated in May 2017.