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Everything in moderation: top tips for steering a panel discussion

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The very best moderators are well-organised, unafraid to ditch the script and leave plenty of time for audience questions, says media consultant Hannah Storm

How The Bureau of Investigative Journalism is reporting on the link between Big Tech and governments


A recent investigation into Russia using facial recognition technology to identify dissidents shows how surveillance is becoming more sophisticated

Audiences, sources and strategies: Inside The New Humanitarian's Yemen Listening Project

The non-profit newsroom garnered 100 detailed, personal accounts of how the civil war in Yemen is affecting day-to-day life for citizens and the diaspora

Seven tips for using LinkedIn as a freelance journalist

Find out how to land work opportunities on the professional social media platform

Podcast articleNewsrewired throwback with Media Voices: leadership, AI and business models

What’s top of mind for today’s news leaders? Evolving at pace, finding your USP - but not burning out in the process

Post-Perugia thoughts: what went wrong between big tech and the news?

Google's former director of news ecosystem development, Madhav Chinappa, looks ahead to better working relationships between publishers and platforms

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Experienced sports journalists

One of Europe's largest independent online publishing groups is looking for home-based online journalists, freelance or temp-to-perm

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Cotswolds personal trainer launches podcast to inspire the over 55s

Personal trainer James Hilton has launched a podcast 'Jim's Gym - Inspiring Movement'. James, a specialist in biomechanics and injury recovery from the Cotswolds, runs Jim's Gym, a virtual online space supporting people over 55 to be more active

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Five key takeaways from the UK select committee on the future of news

News executives say that the industry is facing pressure from all directions: generative AI, the business model and relationships with big tech companies. But not everyone agrees on solutions

Covering elections: how to not let politicians steal the narrative

The Citizen's Agenda model is being used in the US to prioritise the needs of local voters above candidates hunting for positive publicity

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