December (17 posts)
Wednesday 9 December 2009, 09:52
If we're honest with ourselves, journalism is taking a long time to get the hang of what a relentlessly personalising web means for us - news providers.
If you were being hyper-critical, you'd say that we - and I mean the business as a whole - are no more than tentative about personalising the way...
Tuesday 8 December 2009, 13:24
Monday 7 December 2009, 09:04
Talk of a possible hung parliament is back on the Westminster agenda as an increasing number of commentators and politicians predict that no party will have an overall majority of MPs after the general election in 2010.
The shadow Business Secretary, and former Chancellor, Ken Clarke provoked consternation...
Friday 4 December 2009, 10:45
Thursday 3 December 2009, 12:15
Wednesday 2 December 2009, 21:00
The Health and Safety Executive have hit back - well, in truth, they hit back some time ago but I've just caught up with it.
It's a website that every journalist should bookmark - not because it's infallible; I'm sure it's not. But it's a useful other voice on those stories that have become one of lazy...
Wednesday 2 December 2009, 13:18
Unlocking the potential of the World Service.
The BBC World Service broadcasts in 32 different languages, creating a mass of content and original journalism. Because of the difficulties in translation, there has always been problems making the most of this material - that is, until now.