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Job hunting is a tough experience if you are getting a lot of rejections or, even worse, not hearing back at all. It is true that landing those first few jobs in journalism can be a frustrating situation to be in – you simply have to keep your head up while you knuckle down.
So, to get you on the right path, we asked ten newsroom editors and recruiters for their advice...
The UK collaborative reporting project Bureau Local, established by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, has inspired German non-profit CORRECTIV to create a new outlet replicating the British model.
CORRECTIV.Lokal will focus on investigating local stories, bringing together a range of professionals who will collaborate on data projects.
Although jobs in information and communication technology are among the fastest growing worldwide, the growth of graduate women in computer science has stagnated since the 1980's, with fewer women equipped with the coding skills needed to tell more stories in the world of digital journalism.
However, new project, Coding Like A Girl, has aimed to encourage the growth of females in the space, by taking a deeper look into how different countries are getting women into coding, along with the obstacles these women have to overcome to achieve their goals.
Smart home devices can turn your home into a smart hub, one that can lock doors for you, play your music on demand and even answer any questions.
Chances are that if you have not got one, you know someone who does.
But are you and your news organisation unlocking the potential of these devices to reach wider audiences?
There are many portfolio and publishing platforms available online which allow journalists to showcase what they are made of.
Mix, the social media site formerly known as StumbleUpon, aims to help reporters and other users discover news content they would not otherwise have come across, with an esthetic and interactive user interface.
The next newsrewired digital journalism conference will take place on 7 November 2018 at Reuters in Canary Wharf, London.
Over the past couple of weeks, the Journalism.co.uk team has been working on the programme for the event, and we are pleased to announce our first session ideas we are currently developing.
The tickets (£190+VAT) give you access to the full-day conference on Wednesday 7 November 2018 and include lunch and refreshments, as well as after-event networking drinks and a delegate ‘goodie’ bag.
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