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Nine ways newsrooms can incorporate more audio in their work

Help visually impaired or busy audiences to hear your stories

Posted by Damian Radcliffe on 28/05/21

How to drive change in the newsroom

A three-step plan to see transformation projects through from start to finish

Posted by Nishan Chilkuri on 21/05/21

Six steps to setting up your home studio with a smartphone

Learn how to create professional content using mobile gadgets and DIY hacks

Posted by Josey Vaughan-Hughes and Jacob Granger on 20/05/21

How can journalists use Clubhouse to source and report stories

The live-audio app is useful for finding new topics and contributors but it has its downsides

Posted by Abdirahim Saeed on 06/05/21

Five tips to break into sports journalism

Is your career goal to cover match days and interview athletes? Here is how to find your feet in the industry

Posted by Nathan Clarke on 25/02/21

Four ways journalists can protect sources using the “deep web”

These tools will help you hide from censors when reporting on and within authoritarian countries

Posted by Nathan Clarke on 25/02/21

Tips to handle sensitive stories when working on your own

Producer of GXNG Girls talks about investigating coercion of girls into UK gangs without an editorial team

Posted by Jacob Granger on 10/02/21

How to track down case studies for your next article

Learn the secrets of sourcing compelling human interest stories

Posted by Lily Canter on 05/02/21

Six tips for independent journalists before deciding to go solo

Starting your own Substack or Patreon sounds like a dream job. But have you thought it through?

Posted by Jacob Granger on 26/01/21

BBC's five tips to break into the technical side of the media industry

There is more to broadcast than the faces on screen and voices on the radio. Here is how to find those jobs

Posted by Jacob Granger on 14/12/20

A guide to mastering 100wpm shorthand

How to get up to speed with shorthand: freelance journalist Mamiyo Padi shares her top tips after reaching the milestone

Posted by Mamiyo Padi on 29/10/20

A journalism student’s survival guide to online lectures

Isolation and Zoom lectures are not the typical idea of 'university life'. But you can still acing e-learning

Posted by Emily Redman on 27/10/20

What should journalists and newsrooms do when facing online abuse?

Feeding the trolls is a dangerous game but newsrooms must protect their in-house and freelance staff

Posted by Jacob Granger on 08/10/20

Five tips from The Economist to perfect your newsletter strategy

Here is how to craft emails that will keep audiences informed but not overwhelmed

Posted by Jacob Granger on 23/09/20

Seven tips for journalism students to ace their virtual courses

University is going to be a bit different this year. Here is how to get the most of Zoom lectures

Posted by Jacob Granger on 21/09/20

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