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The first ever Hangout On Air with Storyful all you need at #storyfulhangout

The first ever Storyful Hangout On Air from Google HQ, Dublin happened today. There were many guests broadcast Live to YouTube. The session discuss...

Sunday Herald Exclusive – disabled and sick face unpaid work programs

This week I did my first collaborative project with fellow journalist Peter Geoghegan, and we nailed a great story, getting the front-page lead sto...

Christy Wilcox guest post: Akçakale fears safety as Tal Abyad battle continues from the Turkey/Syria border

A woman and four children were killed while standing outside their home when the Syrian army firing at rebels over projected and struck the neighbo...

Top honour for Lincoln journo professor

Accolade: A journalism professor at the University of Lincoln has received the highest recognition possible for HE teachers.

Dalston play shows dangers of journalism

With public opinion of journalists at its nadir following the News of the World phone hacking saga, the era of honest hard-hitting journalism seems...

The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens - Do they mean us?

There's a book on my shelf, The Elements of Journalism: What Newspeople Should Know and the Public Should Understand. I'm telling you right of...

Innertube ambassador training – behind the scenes

I’ve spent much of the last month selecting a group of volunteers for the Innertube map project, and training them to be able to blog on comp...

Guardian Local comes to an end. So what’s next?

Perhaps appropriately, I found out about the end of the Guardian Local project on twitter yesterday. Michael MacLeod, who has been blogging like a ...

Become a shropshirelive.com citizen journalist

News is happening everyday around us, You too can get involved with writing and sharing news stories.

In pictures: BBC School Report Day at Chasetown Specialist Sports College

Students from Chasetown Specialist Sports College became journalists for a day as part of a national project. BBC School Report Day took place toda...

End of the line for Edinburgh’s community newspapers?

Over the last six months I’ve been working with two fantastic community newspapers in Edinburgh, The Craigmillar Chronicle and The North Edin...

Salford journalism students switched on at the Lowry

Salford University’s journalism students will be  providing live coverage from the Nations and Regions Media Conference which gets under way...

Manchester’s academics to help journalists cover US mid-term elections

American politics and culture specialists at The University of Manchester have formed a group to offer journalists expert analysis on this year’s...

Broadcaster Jon Snow to give lecture at Scots university

By Cara Sulieman BROADCASTER Jon Snow is coming to Scotland as part of a series of lectures at a top Scots university. The Channel 4 news presenter...

More mesmerising investigative journalism from Manchester Pravda

Did everyone get their copy of Manchester People a few weeks back? You’d surely remember it, brave journalistic bastion of truth, reason and just...

Hackney Citizen blog appeals for help to fund legal battle with council

The Hackney Citizen, a local news blog, is appealing for financial help from its readers in order to cover the costs of a looming legal battle with...

How Do You Know When a Politician Is Lying?

I pose this question as a rather confused councillor and resident of Stoke-on-Trent. At yesterday’s Full Council meeting, I asked the Leader of t...

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