Feedback from the NCTJ Student Council 2018

Feb
05

Hi all,

I was at the BBC Academy in Birmingham on Friday, representing CfJ at the annual NCTJ Student Council, so I thought I'd relay some of the things talked about back to you.

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Kishan Koria of Peston on Sunday 1300 13/2/18

Feb
01

Kishan Koria graduated from the Centre for Journalism with an MA in Multimedia Journalism. He now works as a producer on ITN's flagship political show, Peston on Sunday. Kishan will visit the Centre on Tuesday 13 February - and he comes with goopd news. The Peston on Sunday team seek a couple of CfJ students to do brief internships on the show. The opportunities are open to final year UG and MA students. So, if you are interested in political journalism please come to the main newsroom at 1300 on the 13th to meet Kishan and hear him  talk about his job.

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NCTJ broadcast module: regulation sessions for all students taking this module

Jan
31

For all 2nd years and MAs who are going to do the NCTJ Broadcast module

Please come to all these sessions to train you for the Broadcast Regulation exam in March


Monday 5th Feb – G1-04 Introduction to these sessions with David Acheson and myself, at 1.00pm (no more than 30 mins)

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Year 1 public affairs class today

Jan
31

Don't forget that Paul Francis is running this week's Year 1 Public Affairs class at 1.30pm today in the main newsroom.

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Kent Echo News is LIVE

Jan
26

Ladies and gentlemen, it is newsday time today and that means our website is live again for the day!

So if you haven't already, CLICK HERE for our live coverage of Kentish and national news!

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Court Reporting - attention Year 2s and MAs

Jan
24

Just a reminder that teaching for the Court Reporting module starts this Friday. Same times as last term BUT - Year 2s please note we are not in the same room. We are in G2-04 - as it appears on your timetable. MAs - same time, same place. If you are going to do this module you must make every effort to attend all sessions as time is pretty tight. 

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Kent Echo is LIVE today!

Jan
19

Third year students are working hard on their second print newsday today and running a news website. Check out Kent Echo for all the latest Kent news and updates, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

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CFJ Kit returns. Week commencing 22nd January 2018.

Jan
19

Dear Students,

The kit room will be closed 22nd to 24th january as I will not be present at the CFJ on those dates.

If you currently have overdue kit you will need to return it to me and settle your penalty either today 19th January or next thursday 25th january.

If you require kit for next week, please request and collect it today, 19th January.

If you have kit due for return on 22,23 or 24th January (next mon tues or weds) then please return it on thursday 25th instead. You will not incur a penalty if returned on this date.  

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Print newsday teams: Years 1 and 2

Jan
18

The teams for the print newsdays for Year 1 and 2 undergrad students over the next couple of weeks have been decided using the time-honoured CfJ sorting hat. Team 1 will produced their newspaper next Thursday (25 Jan), while Team 2 will produce theirs the following week (1 Feb). Rob and Angela will edit the two newsapers with assistance from Ron and from me. The teams are below. If your name is not on either list, let me know ASAP.

Team 1

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Daily Mail trainee reporter and sub-editor schemes

Jan
17

Trainee reporters

Britain’s most successful newspaper group is looking for trainee reporters. This is an exciting and challenging opportunity to work at the Daily Mail newspaper. 
Our trainee reporters embark on a year-long programme that involves intense training, assessment and on-the-job experience at regional daily newspapers and agencies.
The successful applicants will probably have a degree and will have shown a commitment to journalism by writing for their student newspaper/website and gained work experience in newsrooms.

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