Are editors looking for new hires from specific accredited courses or does a young journalist's portfolio now come first?
Accreditation is meant to ensure journalism and media graduates are trained to a certain standard, but it can be difficult to keep courses up to date in this fast-changing media landscape.
This week's guests are:
- Dr Lily Canter, journalist and lecturer, Sheffield Hallam University
- Loraine Davies, director of careers, Professional Publishers Association
- Jon Godel, chief executive, Broadcast Journalism Training Council
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