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  1. Spending Review: The Economy

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    The Economy Hugh Pym provides an insight into how the Comprehensive Spending Review might be reported in the coming months.  Click to watch the slideshow

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  2. Big Stories

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    Opinion and the Spending Review BBC Head of Political Research, David Cowling, reflects on public opinion and the spending review ... More ... News Debrief An ongoing series of conversations with journalists about the back story of their own news reports. Vid...

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  3. Video: CSR - The Political Dimension

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    Video: Politics after the Spending Review Nick Robinson argues how the political story of the next four years will be as much about reform and political argument as it will be about cuts.

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  4. Video: CSR - The Political Dimension

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    Video: Politics after the Spending Review Nick Robinson argues how the political story of the next four years will be as much about reform and political argument as it will be about cuts.

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  5. Video: CSR - The Social Dimension

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    Video: CSR - The Social Dimension What will be the medium- and long-term stories of the spending review? What can audiences expect? Will journalists succeed in presenting a complete picture of the way society and public provision changes? In this slideshow, BBC Home Editor Mark Easton reflect...

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  6. More heat than light? Jon Snow interviews Zac Goldsmith

    Simon Ford

    The friend who drew my attention to the interview between Jon Snow and Richmond MP, Zac Goldsmith, on Channel Four Newslast Friday called it a "masterclass". Two days later I'm still asking myself "a masterclass in what?" Let's recap the story that the interview was supposed to illuminate....

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  7. Confessions of an NGO media-minder

    Matthew Wells

    contributes to a range of British media outlets from his home in New York.

    The relationship between media-operator and media-minder in disaster relief can be tense. Sarah Wilson (above) has been a media officer for Christian Aid for six years, specialising in the Caribbean and Latin/Central America. Her official job title for the NGO is 'journalist'.  I was...

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  8. US media responds to soccer boom

    Matthew Wells

    contributes to a range of British media outlets from his home in New York.

    "An investment in the future" - that's how one senior executive from the giant US sports broadcaster ESPN described its ground-breaking World Cup coverage.  Fanciful talk in the US media of football getting real traction has been around for decades, but now it appears to be real. Almost 20...

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  9. How to present three news programmes at once

    Charles Miller

    edits this blog. Twitter: @chblm

    Tasmin Lucia Khan has a busy four-day schedule in the BBC's London newsroom, where she fronts the E24 entertainment news programme on the News Channel, the hourly 60 Seconds bulletin on BBC3 and the Red Button online news service - all in the same shift.   She says the job isn't quite as...

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  10. A new life as an online sports reporter

    Charles Miller

    edits this blog. Twitter: @chblm

    Self-confessed 'sports nut' Damian Derrick covers all sports for the BBC website. He aims to write a dozen stories a day and spends his weekends commentating on rugby.  Damian is a comparative newcomer to journalism, having switched from a career in IT a couple of years ago. This is the sec...

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