Blog posts by year and month January 2013

Posts (14)

  1. Pakistani social media highlight stories that traditional media do not cover, but activists are not in a position to usher in political change.

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  2. Putting Israelis and Iranians together on a live television show feels just as frightening as it is exciting.

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  3. Looking at the cracking pictures Andy had got, we knew we had all the elements for a good report. Especially his shots of a young woman, covered in snow, walking home down a country lane after her car had broken down.

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  4. In the build up to the BAFTAs and Oscars next month, here are 10 tips on reporting from the red carpet.

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  5. In many respects China is arguably a country with one of the most comprehensive and sophisticated systems of media censorship.

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  6. There is an industry consensus that there are too few women experts appearing as contributors to broadcast programmes.

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  7. You want to invite friends over for Game of Thrones, but need to find out who among your friends actually likes Games of Thrones. Facebook Graph Search will deliver, says Mark Zuckerberg.

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  8. For several years local and regional journalism has been at a crossroads. Digital technology has changed the way we get our news and information.

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  9. Focus on the information that is actually recorded, not so much thinking outside the box as inside the filing cabinet or hard drive.

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  10. Rather than Incredible Hulk, the recent irritable appearances by the Deputy Prime Minister have been more Incredible Sulk.

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