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What makes a good writer? Human stories, active voice and an open mind

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Author of the new book "Write Like You Mean It" Steve Gamel shares his tips on perfecting your style and storytelling techniques

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Where is the problem in the diversity pipeline?

Diversity champion and editor of The Conversation Jo Adetunji says that newsrooms must stop hiring in their own image and young journalists need to learn to pester the pros

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Must-have skills for a media startup CEO: Katie Vanneck-Smith of Tortoise

What does it take to be the leader of a new media business? We speak to one of the founders of a slow journalism publisher that went from 0 to 130,000 members in two years

Podcast articleInnovative US local newsroom strategies: Kati Erwert and Kristin Dizon of The Seattle Times

In this new series, we talk about the local news organisation that raises millions of dollars through crowdfunding and philanthropy. We learn about the conversations they have with donors to make this possible

Posted by Jacob Granger on 10/09/21

Indifference, not hostility, is the main barrier to building trust in news

A new RISJ report finds that it is not the shouty Twitterati but the disengaged public who struggles to connect with and trust the media

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 09/09/21

Acknowledging the impact of 9/11 on journalists' mental health

Trauma anniversaries are real. It is time we take them seriously

Posted by Hannah Storm on 09/09/21

Decolonising journalism: what does it mean, why does it matter and where do you start?

The New Humanitarian is rethinking coverage of conflict and crises to be more inclusive and empowering for the communities at the centre of the story

Posted by Jacob Granger on 08/09/21

Five essential tips for delivering online training

Use these simple steps to create the best teaching and learning experience for your virtual students

Posted by Dr Holly Powell-Jones on 06/09/21

Five sources of inspiration for journalists on social media

From Instagram Reels to YouTube channels, these content creators found clever ways to boost their journalistic presence online

Posted by Jacob Granger on 06/09/21

Podcast articleInnovative US local newsroom strategies: Carl Hunnell, city editor of Richland Source

In this new series, we talk about the hyperlocal news organisation from Ohio that sets up meetings with its readers to better cover local politics. Learn how you can do it too

Posted by Jacob Granger on 03/09/21

BBC News focuses on explainers and human voices when covering Afghanistan on social media

The UK public broadcaster gained more than 150m views in one month across social media platforms through essential knowledge and exclusive videos on the Taliban

Posted by Jacob Granger on 02/09/21

45 mobile journalists you should follow

Are you looking for inspiration, connections or collaborations in the MoJo community? Here is our pick of the best smartphone content creators

Posted by Marcela Kunova, Jacob Granger on 02/09/21

How to offer the best possible work experience in a virtual newsroom

Journalism.co.uk editorial team shares lessons learned from one year of remote working with journalism students and graduates

Posted by Marcela Kunova, Jacob Granger on 31/08/21

Newsrewired: get your early-bird ticket today and save £30

Our next conference takes place in October. Join the Journalism.co.uk team and get the latest knowledge on growing your audience and creating reader revenue

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 27/08/21

Must-have skills for a media startup CEO: Chase Palmieri of Credder

What does it take to be the leader of a new media business? We speak to the mind behind a 'Rotten Tomatoes for news' platform

Posted by Jacob Granger on 27/08/21

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