IPSO Q&A - TODAY 3PM

Mar
01

IPSO is having a live Q&A on Twitter today at 3pm.  Subject matter is the Editors' Code.  Get involved and ask questions.

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BBC South East Today Placements

Feb
27



For the second year in succession, Quentin Smith, Editor of BBC South East Today, has agreed to take two exceptional students from the Centre, one third year undergraduate and one MA student, on placement this summer. These placements will be based in the BBC South East newsroom in Tunbridge Wells.

South East Today is a winner of the Royal Television Society award for best regional news programme. It routinely secures a larger audience than Newsnight.

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2017 Bob Friend Memorial Lecture

Feb
27

Every student and member of staff in the Centre is cordially invited to attend the 2017 Bob Friend Memorial Lecture and to celebrate Emma Rae Woodhouse's achievement in winning the 2017 Bob Friend Memorial Schilarship.This year's lecturer is Ed Conway, Economics Editor of Sky News. His topic is: Trump, Brexit the mainstream media and how to save it.  Please join Emma and Ed in the Royal Dockyard Church at 7pm on Thursday 2nd March.

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Calling all 2nd year students!

Feb
22

Interested in broadcast journalism? We are now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 paid KMTV internships. Apply the skills you learn at CFJ in a real newsroom. KMTV will be broadcasting LIVE on terrestrial TV sobre the summer so it's an exciting time to join. 

Send your CV, Cover Letter and a 60sec voxpop to Laura Garcia on lgarcia [at] thekmgroup.co.uk by Friday the 3rd of March.

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ATTENTION YEAR 2s - NCTJ COURT REPORTING EXTRA SESSION

Feb
20

Don't forget there is an extra NCTJ Court Reporting session on Thursday February 23rd from 11- 1pm in Room G4-12. This is in addition to your usual Friday morning class. Please bring with you the test paper from last Friday/Anastasia's office. 

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NCTJ COURT REPORTING - IMPORTANT MESSAGE!

Feb
20

If you are taking the NCTJ Court Reporting exam and weren't at last Friday's sessions please go to Anastasia's office and pick up three important things. 1. The test paper we have started working on. 2. A general revision guide. 3. A revision guide specifically about the various "sections" you need to know. They are in a blue box file marked "SARAH". You MUST bring the test paper with you to your next session.   

 

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Emma Rae Woodhouse wins Sky News Bob Friend Scholarship

Feb
17

Congratulations to Emma Rae Woodhouse, who has won this year's Sky News Bob Friend Scholarship. 

Emma will join Sky News for a month-long internship over the summer, where she will work alongside the news organisation's journalists in various departments.

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Year 3's Last News Day TODAY

Feb
10

It's officially our last newsday! 

Join our livestream of today's local, national and international news from the Year 3s

Make sure you read our website 

http://centreforjournalismprojects.co.uk/newperspectives/

and tune into the TV Bulletin on our Facebook Page at 4:30pm

https://www.facebook.com/NPNewsOnline/?fref=ts

Help us go out in style on our last assessed group newsday! 

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Future News Worldwide

Feb
10

Future News worldwide is a new youth journalism programme run by the British Council in partnership with Reuters, CNN, Facebook and Google News Lab. The organisers are looking for 20 of the most talented students from across the UK to attend an exclusive conference in the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh on 6 and 7 July 2017.

Winners will join reporters from around the world for an intensive journalism training programme, talks and coaching from top editors, broadcasters and writers. The programme is open to undergraduate students aged 18-25. Applications are open at www.britishcouncil.org/future-news-worldwide and close on 28 February. Note that this is a fully funded opportunity. All costs including travel to and from Edinburgh, accommodation and board, will be covered by the British Council. 

If you have any questions about the programme please contact: Sarah Gorman, Programme Manager,Futre News Worldwide. Tel: 0131 524 5716 (Office) 07785 275973 (Mobile) or sarah.gorman@britishcouncil.org

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