Menu

Podcasts

How CBC Calgary connects with local communities through mobile journalism 'pop-up bureaus'

rectpodcastlogo.png

As big TV cameras can be intimidating, one Canadian community reporter uses just his smartphone to bring stories from underreported neighbourhoods

rectpodcastlogo.png

Optimising Tweetdeck and digital doorstepping: dos and don'ts of social media reporting

"A handful of tweets doesn't constitute a groundswell of opinion"

Copy_of_Untitled.png

Christmas podcast: Journalism.co.uk looks back at 2019's hot (and not) topics in the media industry

What have we learned from 2019 and what is in store for 2020? Editor Marcela Kunova reflects on what topics journalists care about the most but also what content they share without reading

Data journalism meets podcast: how Reach turns databases into human stories

The North in Numbers podcast is a new series of data-led interviews that shows there is a personal story to be told in every large database. The tricky part is to ensure listeners do not get information overload

Posted by Jacob Granger on 13/12/19

What to do before, during and after a live podcast event

When your biggest fans come face-to-face with the hosts of their favourite shows, it can be a whole new experience for them - learn some firsthand tips from the host of Freelance Pod

Posted by Jacob Granger and Amy Batt on 05/12/19

Using mobile journalism for small publishers and local news organisations

Can your smartphone be the ideal piece of kit for reporting breaking news and shooting vox pops in the street? Yes — so long as you bring a charger bank and a gimbal

Posted by Jacob Granger on 22/11/19

What does audience engagement really mean?

Incoming director of the co-operatively owned German publisher Krautreporter drills into engaged journalism, talking about how readers can be part of the editorial process and why they buy into the concept

Posted by Jacob Granger on 15/11/19

US local news industry is shifting from adverts to reader revenue model in search of sustainability

At the halfway point of the Medill Local News Initiative, three research leaders identify how local news publishers are responding to 'the big sea change' of increasingly individual reader needs and habits

Posted by Jacob Granger on 07/11/19

What do reporters of tomorrow need to know about investigative journalism today?

In his new book, veteran investigative journalist David Leigh explains how to survive the dangers of the digital and post-truth era using lessons from the past

Posted by Jacob Granger on 31/10/19

Newsrewired sneak peek podcast: diversity, artificial intelligence, and future-proofing journalism

Take a glimpse behind the curtain of our upcoming Newsrewired conference with speakers from Birmingham City University, Reach plc, CNN and First Draft

Posted by Jacob Granger on 24/10/19

A guide to beat reporting and developing a local patch

When MyLondon launched last year, it started from the ground up to report on community issues in the capital. We find out how reporters started to build contacts and land story scoops in their new surroundings

Posted by Jacob Granger on 17/10/19

Talk The Vote: How Richland Source is taking a 'resident-powered' approach to local election coverage

The US regional news website has embarked on a six-stop 'listening tour' in Mansfield, Ohio, to gauge what citizens want from their elected officials and publish the findings

Posted by Jacob Granger on 11/10/19

‘I became a journalist aged 31, as a single parent and a woman of colour’

Finalist of the Breaking Into News scheme talks about her journey to becoming a reporter after years of working with vulnerable people so she can tell their stories

Posted by Daniel Green and Jacob Granger on 03/10/19

Educating young people on news deserts, misinformation and social exclusion in the media industry

UK charity The Student View brings journalists into secondary schools to teach pupils about FOI requests and help them get bylines on local news websites

Posted by Jacob Granger on 27/09/19

How can public service media remain relevant in a digital landscape?

Online competition is muscling out public broadcasters - like BBC News - that struggle to serve and represent younger and less formally educated audiences, a new RISJ report has found

Posted by Jacob Granger on 12/09/19

Next >

Freelancers for hire

image description
Tips for freelance journalists

Learn how to keep the wolf from your door

image description
Wiki glossaries

A-Z lists of online style tips and terms

Advertise here: Contact
Andrew Brimson 01273 384293