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How to land your next job in local news

Recruiters at Reach Plc and Liverpool Echo say understanding company values and key beats are just a few ways to impress regional employers


CNN launches Facebook-funded mobile-first daily news show 'Go There'

The new show features single-topic global stories created exclusively for Facebook Watch to help the broadcaster figure out what mobile news audiences want

The Tip Off shows emotional and legal impact of investigative journalism

As the season five launches, the investigative journalism podcast host Maeve McClenaghan explains what lies behind the success of the show and what to expect from this series

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 13/08/19

Facebook's content verification efforts still insufficient to fight false news

Almost three years after its launch, the third-party fact-checking programme does not provide all the tools and strategies needed to help users spot online misinformation

Posted by Daniel Green on 12/08/19

Weekly journalism news update: Facebook Community News Project, disabled journalists and tech reporting

Pushed for time? Catch up with the weekly media news coverage from

Posted by Jacob Granger on 09/08/19

Check uses automation to improve fact-checking during elections

Automation makes pumping out verified information quicker and easier than doing it manually, especially on private messaging apps like WhatsApp. But what happens if fact-checkers get it wrong?

Posted by Jacob Granger on 09/08/19

App for journalists: Nuzzel, for digesting the news from social media

Use the news aggregator app to access, compile and share the best reads from your friends, followers and those outside of your filter bubble

Posted by Daniel Green on 09/08/19

Mobile journalism tips: how to capture social audiences with mobile-first content

Four mobile journalists offer their techniques for shooting, recording and uploading stand-out, shareable content with a smartphone

Posted by Daniel Green on 08/08/19

Podcast articleWhat do journalists struggle with the most on social media?

Digital media consultant Matt Navarra discusses the key social strategy challenges, including new formats, targeting audiences and verification

Posted by Jacob Granger on 08/08/19

HuffPost UK launches two new sections that will pay contributors

To compete with rival self-publishing platforms and social media, the website is experimenting with a new, sustainable way to source stories from marginalised groups

Posted by Daniel Green on 07/08/19

BBC Extend In News programme gets disabled journalists on the career ladder

The broadcaster places reporters at the likes of Panorama and Money Box to find their passions, hone their skills and support access to the workplace

Posted by Jacob Granger on 07/08/19

How First News helps kids understand the world around them

From Brexit to the climate crisis, 60 per cent of UK's 12-15-year-olds are interested in news. But how do you report for younger audiences without overwhelming them?

Posted by Daniel Green on 06/08/19

Facebook trains 33 community journalists, empowering UK local newsrooms

As part of its Community News Project, the social platform delivered a two-day intensive training course to help freshly recruited local reporters hit the ground running

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 06/08/19

Video articleSo you want to be a tech journalist?

To be keeping up to date with bitcoin and biotech, you need to be able to spot a winner in a crowded market. FT-backed news website Sifted advises how to get started

Posted by Jacob Granger on 05/08/19

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