Friday 14 February 2014, 10:41
There are stories where the photos make the difference between an interesting yarn and something so compelling that you want to share it online.
Thursday 4 November 2010, 15:38
The eurozone doesn't excite me. But the opening sentence here did (sad but true):
"Tough rules for the eurozone, aimed at averting another financial crisis, have been agreed at an EU leader's summit."
Why? Because it would have been so easy to write it in the active and start with a boring phrase:...
A blog for the College of Journalism at the BBC Academy, discussing current technical, ethical, production and craft issues in journalism.
Stay updated with the latest posts from the blog.
Web analytics: The Basics by BBC digital consultant Esra Dogramaci
How to be a digital innovator by Mukul Devichand, creator and series producer of BBC Trending
Writing for mobile by BBC mobile editor Nathalie Malinarich
Leading innnovation in news by BBC News director of digital publishing James Montgomery
by Ben Page
by Marc Settle
by Marc Settle
JOURNALISM IN PRACTICE
by Alex Murray
by Mark Wray
TIPS AND GUIDES
by Pete Walter
Other great places to follow debates about journalism and media:
George Brock: thoughts on journalism past, present and future from City University's head of journalism
The Media Blog: lively and often funny topical detail about UK media output
British Journalism Review: selected pieces from the authoritative quarterly journal
MediaShift: PBS monitoring of the changing media world from a US perspective
Arts & Letters Daily: more interesting ideas and good writing than you will ever have time to read
Alltop Journalism: links to the most recent posts on many journalism blogs
About the BBC: varied BBC blog about all things BBC-ish
Columbia Journalism Review: US academic perspectives
Facebook + Journalists: Facebook's own guide to its use by journalists
Jon Slattery: UK media news from the former deputy editor of Press Gazette
Meeja Law: Judith Townend's guide to media and legal issues
Roy Greenslade: Guardian blog by the former Mirror editor now journalism prof
Wannabee Hacks: information and experiences from aspiring journalists.