Blog posts by year and month September 2010

Posts (35)

  1. Once upon a time there was McNae's Essential Law for Journalists, designed to be the standard (and for many years, the only) textbook for aspiring journalists studying for the NCTJ law exam. More recently, the expansion in the number and variety of journalism courses has prompted a similar...

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  2. "I am afraid that all of us who blog have been sullied by this experience" ... so writes Conservative blogger Iain Dale today on his friend and, one supposes, rival Paul Staines - who writes pseudonymously as Guido Fawkes. For it was Paul Staines who led the way in circulating rumours and in...

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  3. Last night, BBC Radio 4's Six O'Clock News led on Tony Blair's memoirs, which it described as "the most eagerly anticipated political memoirs in a generation". In a generation? So, since when?  According to 2008 figures from the Office of National Statistics, the average woman giving...

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  4. It's almost certain to be within a metre of you right now, and it's more likely than not that you left it on while you slept last night.  Those are just two nuggets of information I've come across while working at the College of Journalism on a project designed to raise journalists' awareness ...

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  5. Writer Will Stape represents part of the new cohort of US citizen journalists. 

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