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Birmingham City University
The editorial team at HuffPost UK will be giving assignments to undergrad and postgrad journalism students at Birmingham City University (BCU) to offer them a real-life experience of working in a newsroom.
At the same time, it will help students from diverse backgrounds, in particular, to access the media industry through networking. Read more
Screenshot from BBC News. Laura Kuenssberg interviewing Theresa May, shot with a mobile phone
A BBC interview between political editor Laura Kuenssberg and the outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May demonstrates the role mobile journalism can play in reaching digital audiences.
The high-profile interview - May's final sit-down at Number 10 - was published last week on television, radio, on the website and also Facebook Watch. But the video was cut and cropped from platform to platform. Read more to find out why
Newly launched collaborative forum Wire Club allows national news agencies to share resources, lower costs, and develop open-source tools. Read more
Want to learn how to use breaking news as an editorial strategy to grow your readership? Find out how at Newsrewired on 27 November at Reuters, London. Head to newsrewired.com for the full agenda and tickets.
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