Blog posts by year and month January 2010

Posts (45)

  1. Wednesday 17 March 2010, BBC White City Building, London. Design: Now and the Future. The BBC College of Journalism and BBC News are holding a day of seminars and workshops for graphic designers across the BBC. They will look at what makes good design and how to work together in a multiplatf...

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  2. February and March 2010, Bush House, London. The BBC College of Journalism and the Global News Creative Network are hosting a special season of seminars and workshops, open to all BBC staff. The season, Fit for the Future, will run throughout February and into March, with external and inter...

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  3.   David Dunkley Gyimah discussing the power of video journalism at news:rewired.

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  4.   Prof George Brock, Professor of Journalism at City University, London introduces news:rewired.

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  5. 12. Across the world the newspaper industry is full of woe - the victim of declining circulation, ageing readership and falling advertising revenue. But in Brazil, the powerhouse economy of South America, newspapers are thriving. In 2007, total circulation of Brazilian newspapers rose a remarkab...

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  6.   Kevin Marsh, the Executive Editor of the BBC College of Journalism, speaking at the news:rewired event at City University, London.  Kevin spoke of the challenges and opportunities facing journalists learning new skills, but he also emphasised the great importance of remembering the a...

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  7. Across the world the newspaper industry is full of woe - the victim of declining circulation, ageing readership and falling advertising revenue. But in Brazil, the powerhouse economy of South America, newspapers are thriving. In 2007, total circulation of Brazilian newspapers rose a remarkable ...

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  8. A cheap shot ... and possibly the programme was being ruthlessly authentic in that you might well find this in a real hospital. But the question remains: to which Holby City consultant does the door pictured here belong? Answer here.

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  9. The coming General Election should be one of the liveliest for some time: the polls suggest a close fight, the recession and public services are hot topics and the expenses scandal has candidates on their toes. But YouGov reports around 30% of young people between 18 and 24 as "non-voters"; that...

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  10. Time was when programme-makers only had to worry about getting their show on air, and could then slump back to the office or out for a stiff drink. No longer: in today's more competitive, multimedia market, the audience expects to be kept in the loop at all times.  So the Today progr...

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