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Podcast articleBen Spencer, science editor, The Sunday Times, on the future of climate journalism


Environmentalism may well be the next big topic for audience engagement and growth but only if journalists find new ways to make it relevant to people's everyday lives

Five tips for aspiring foreign correspondents


Reporting from distant regions conjures up images of discovery and adventure. But breaking into this field of journalism is notoriously hard

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Learning the IPSO codes? Add this podcast to your revision material

Listening to engaging audio storytelling about media law may be just what you need to keep that knowledge locked into your brain

RISJ trust report: redefine your public image or bad actors will do it for you

The latest Trust in News Project paper finds that journalists and readers are not always on the same page when it comes to building a trusting relationship

Today’s top tip for journalists

Tip: Be open about your use of anonymous sources


Quoting an "unnamed source" often looks suspicious to your readers. Bringing clarity into what this means can enhance your credibility

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Health journalist

Online publication covering clinical and medico-political news for specialist doctors in the UK and Australia seeks a UK-based health/science journalist to join its global team

PR of the week

The UK's first alcohol-free alternative tequila-infused beer

Following the successful launch of a non-alcoholic lager, Essex-based Fortitude has followed up with a UK first - an alcohol-free tequila-flavoured beer

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Try to ask the public "Are you happy?" next time you are covering an election campaign

Four Indian journalists set out on a road trip to report on the Kerala local election. With one simple question, they spotlighted issues communities really care about

Who pays when a journalist is bribed?

Corruption in the media is still a largely taboo topic. But corporations seeking positive spin never stop looking for inexperienced or unethical reporters

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