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Tuesday 14 October 2014, 13:10
The Head of BBC College of Journalism Mark Wray on why the BBC is investing in bringing reporting and reporters into the digital age.
Tuesday 13 May 2014, 11:41
On Friday 16 May 2014, the BBC College of Journalism will be hosting the third Social Media Summit on BBC Broadcasting House in London. The full agenda of the event is available on Eventbrite. College website editor Matthew Eltringham introduces the days events, including a session with Director of...
Tuesday 7 May 2013, 12:53
Producer Angie Nehring gives the inside track on the BBC's Radio Journalism Apprentice Scheme.
Wednesday 20 June 2012, 10:30
No other media organisation has anything quite like the BBC College of Journalism website. Online training aids are common, of course. But for its sheer ambition, scope and authority, the College site is in a league of its own.
That's why newsrooms and journalism schools around the world pay a subscription...
Friday 10 June 2011, 16:01
Polis is a journalism think tank based at the London School of Economics. Today they're hosting the second annual 'Value of Journalism' conference, on the theme 'media and power'. Helen Boaden gave the keynote address - about 'holding power to account' - and then joined a Q&A hosted by Krishnan Guru...
Tuesday 15 December 2009, 14:36
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Miranda to come to an end after Christmas specials as Miranda Hart admits: ‘I want it to end on a high’ (Metro)
"As she gets older I don’t want her to keep falling over and making a fool of herself, I want her to be happy,"
Kate Moss to appear in BBC’s David Walliams adaptation (Guardian)
"Supermodel to have cameo role as herself in hour-long family drama The Boy in the Dress, which will air at Christmas"
Doctor Who's new web game aims to teach children programming skills (Guardian)
"Latest attempt to make coding fun for kids involves rescuing a Dalek and exploring the unscreened world of Sontar"
BBC adds chat app to Ebola effort (Ariel)
"World Service has turned to instant messenger to get the latest word on Ebola out to audiences in West Africa."
Broadcasters Reveal Leaders' Debate Plan (KL.FM)
"Sky News, the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 have announced joint plans for a series of party leader debates across TV and the internet in the run-up to the 2015 General Election."
BBC3 orders six docs from new directors for Fresh strand (Televisual)
"BBC3 has commissioned six new one-off documentaries for its Fresh strand – the channel’s scheme for new directors looking for a break into prime-time film-making."
Brainy BAMEs upskill (Ariel)
Pharrell, One Direction, Sam Smith And Pretty Much Everyone You’ve Ever Heard Of Beautifully Cover "God Only Knows" (Buzzfeed)
"Don’t blink, you might miss Elton John covered in butterflies or Lorde wearing angel wings"
Strictly Come Dancing 2014: Gregg Wallace is first celebrity to leave the show (Radio Times)
"The MasterChef presenter fails to cook up enough votes to ensure his survival as Mrs Browns Boys star Jennifer Gibney beats him in the dance-off"
Martin Freeman to Star in BBC Drama About Trial of Adolf Eichmann (Hollywood Reporter)
BBC launches Young Dancer 2015 competition (Digital Spy)
"the BBC is working with top names in dance to develop a programme that will not only find the young dance performers of the future, but give them a real break at the very start of their professional careers"
Conway to head up BBC Studios and Post Production (Televisual)
"I’m looking forward to working with the BBC S&PP team to further stabilise the business after several years of exceptional transformation and change"
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