Indie News Week: Hani Barghouthi of PINF on galvanising local communities


40 independent publishers are taking part in online campaigns and in-person events up and down the UK, in a combined effort to generate interest and revenue for community journalism


Newsrewired takeaways: fact-checking, Gen Z and public interest news in the run-up to the general election

Our flagship journalism conference explored new threats around misinformation, how to combat political apathy among young readers and how to sustain essential journalism


Newsrewired sneak peek: the guide to life after the newsroom, with Alison Gow and Mark Frankel

Whether you have been made redundant or need a fresh challenge, journalists can find work in non-reporting roles, self-employment, and other sectors. Here is how

Newsrewired 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

Posted by Jacob Granger, Esther Kezia Thorpe, Peter Houston on 09/05/24

Future-proofing your newsroom, with Lucy Kueng

Media companies can no longer be something for everyone - but we can be everything to someone instead

Posted by Jacob Granger on 02/05/24

Regulation, innovation and future-proofing: takeaways from Perugia on generative AI

Have news organisations learned the right lessons from working with platforms? Are newsrooms being too short-sighted in their applications for the tech? These questions and more were discussed at the International Journalism Festival

Posted by Jacob Granger on 26/04/24

Why PressPad closed down, with Olivia Crellin

The media startup sought to improve diversity in UK news by making work experience more affordable for students. But industry resistance, personal circumstances and funding issues proved insurmountable

Posted by Jacob Granger on 18/04/24

Reporting on Big Tech, with Niamh McIntyre of The Bureau of Investigative Journalism

A year-long investigation shows the increasingly narrow gap between tech platforms, surveillance and authoritarian regimes, making it a crucial area for journalists to monitor

Posted by Jacob Granger on 11/04/24

The skills a modern newsroom leader needs, with Niketa Patel

The senior director of leadership programmes at CUNY discusses how to lead with empathy, motivate your team and create a culture geared toward experimentation, whatever the size of your newsroom

Posted by Jacob Granger on 04/04/24

Workflow tips in participatory journalism, with Annie Slemrod and Nuha Al-Junaid

The New Humanitarian garnered more than 100 contributions for its Yemen Listening Project detailing how lives have been affected by ongoing conflict

Posted by Jacob Granger on 28/03/24

Creating and developing GenAI workflows in the newsroom, with David Caswell

News organisations must strike a balance between being nimble and responsible with this increasingly accessible and innovative technology

Posted by Jacob Granger on 22/03/24

Protecting journalists on social media, with Valérie Bélair-Gagnon

Platforms offer new connections and story leads but burnt-out reporters are increasingly disconnecting. What can newsrooms do to support them?

Posted by Jacob Granger on 14/03/24

Protecting independent journalism, with Lexie Kirkconnell-Kawana of IMPRESS

Between charitable status and news deals with big tech, there are lots of moves to support local news, but are they short-term patches or long-term solutions?

Posted by Jacob Granger on 07/03/24

How to manage your screen-time as a journalist, with Dr Charlotte Armitage

Failing to switch off damages our relationships which are a vital support network for burnout-prone media professionals

Posted by Jacob Granger on 29/02/24

Annette Young, TV news presenter, France 24, on running a news show about gender inequality

The host and creator of The 51 Percent show talks about what it takes to keep a series going for a decade when it comes with tough topics and online backlash

Posted by Jacob Granger on 22/02/24

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