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The Guardian US and Eagle Eye student newspaper scoop Global Youth and News Media Prize for joint coverage on the March for Our Lives movement
The Parkland students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school recieved a standing ovation at News Xchange in Edinburgh for their guest-editing work at the Guardian US
Lord Tony Hall, director general, BBC, explains why he believes news organisations must stick together to defend the industry and help audiences to see their world reflected in the media
Our business models panel from newsrewired discuss how cooperative memberships, collaborative networking and charity status could help local news organisations thrive
Amanda Michel, the Guardian’s global contributions director and project manager, explains how the publisher has been successful in asking people to support its journalism
Reg Chua, executive director at Reuters, explains how the news agency's 'cybernetic newsroom' relies on the combined strenghts of machines and human journalists to create richer editorial for its audiences
Today’s top tip for journalists
Follow these six tips from the European Journalism Centre on launching a new membership model in your news organisations
Featured story'Respect your heritage, retain the DNA, but always evolve' – creating a transformational culture at Vogue International
Sarah Marshall, head of audience growth at Vogue International, shares tips on widening your pool of readers and spotting new trends in content sharing
Jobs boardFootball freelancers / full time writers - home based
HITC Group has a number of football websites, and is looking for freelance journalists who can work from home
PR of the week66% of UK shoppers plan to spend less this Christmas
Survey of more than 2,000 people by consumer finance website Bobatoo reveals Christmas spending plans for 2018
Featured press releases from PressGo
- 66% of UK shoppers plan to spend less this Christmas
- Workers in the sex trade far more likely to suffer PTSD, trauma and issues with addiction
- Addiction causes, resources and treatments for people from LGBTQ+ communities
- Xeroe announces the addition of Leon Daniels to its advisory board
- Almost half of Brits worry their water supply is contaminated
Freelancers for hire
Mobile journalism gives new freedom of expression
The technology is an important asset to journalists in the developing world
The art of conversation and why radio is far from dead
'Don’t write off radio just yet; the evidence points to a socially critical role for this sector for some years to come'
Is media's dependence on Facebook an unavoidable sacrifice on the altar of digital transition?
What repercussions will this voluntary servitude have for the daily operations of newsrooms?
Redesigning the journalistic economy as if starting from scratch
'The demand for high-quality, curated and trusted content has never been higher than it is today'
Fresh approaches to the role of journalism at local titles in the Pacific Northwest
How local journalists in the region are adopting solutions journalism and rethinking objectivity
5 lessons learned from an innovative media organisation
How do innovative firms differ from non-innovative ones?
Impartiality and the BBC – 'broad balance' in a two-horse race
Broadcasters face a particular structural challenge in their commitment to impartiality
Journalism versus lies and fake news: Time for a rethink
Journalist and broadcaster Phil Harding suggests some of the steps that should be taken
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