Journalism.co.uk Podcast

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The Journalism.co.uk editorial team brings you a weekly look at some of the latest innovations in digital journalism, and speaks to industry experts on how newsrooms are approaching key challenges and opportunities in the industry.

Episódios

  • Ben Spencer, science editor, The Sunday Times, on the future of climate journalism

    Ben Spencer, science editor, The Sunday Times, on the future of climate journalism

    29/04/2021

    Environmentalism may well be the next big topic for audience engagement and growth but only if journalists find new ways to make it relevant to people's everyday lives

  • Tristan Kirk, court correspondent, The Evening Standard, on virtual attendance at UK courts

    Tristan Kirk, court correspondent, The Evening Standard, on virtual attendance at UK courts

    22/04/2021

    The pandemic meant journalists swapped courtrooms for living rooms to cover legal hearings. Now new proposed legislation could make virtual reporting a permanent feature, which could be a game-changer for the industry

  • Nikki Akinola, diversity and inclusion co-ordinator, NCTJ, on diversifying British journalism

    Nikki Akinola, diversity and inclusion co-ordinator, NCTJ, on diversifying British journalism

    15/04/2021

    The debate on racism in the media sparked by the Harry and Meghan interview gave the NCTJ's diversity scheme an unexpected boost

  • Special episode: (the lack of) diversity in independent publishing

    Special episode: (the lack of) diversity in independent publishing

    25/03/2021

    The emergence of platforms like Substack and Patreon has made it easier for journalists to create premium content but the upper echelons of this industry are still heavily male-dominated. What stops women from rising through the ranks?

  • Paul Ostwald, co-founder of Forum.eu, on launching a media startup in a pandemic

    Paul Ostwald, co-founder of Forum.eu, on launching a media startup in a pandemic

    18/03/2021

    How did this European media startup succeed to create a collaborative virtual newsroom in the space of a few months?

  • Deborah Haynes, foreign affairs editor of Sky News, on the role of journalists in information warfare

    Deborah Haynes, foreign affairs editor of Sky News, on the role of journalists in information warfare

    11/03/2021

    The new podcast series Into The Grey Zone explores prominent cyberattacks and real-life violent crime orchestrated by murky international actors. Its host warns newsrooms to stay vigilant as anyone can become a propaganda tool

  • Tom Hourigan, senior journalist, BBC News, on reporters mental health during the pandemic

    Tom Hourigan, senior journalist, BBC News, on reporters' mental health during the pandemic

    04/03/2021

    A new website encourages journalists to open up about the stress and anxiety caused by the lockdown. We spoke to the founder about what newsroom leaders must do to better look after their staff

  • David Higgerson, chief audience officer, Reach plc, on overcoming leadership challenges during the pandemic

    David Higgerson, chief audience officer, Reach plc, on overcoming leadership challenges during the pandemic

    25/02/2021

    When the country went into lockdown, the newspaper group furloughed and laid off hundreds of staff but it also launched three new local titles. How did it set priorities amid uncertainty?

  • Sudakshina Bhattacharjee, content marketer, on expanding your career options

    Sudakshina Bhattacharjee, content marketer, on expanding your career options

    18/02/2021

    Digital journalists have a range of skills that are sought-after in wider trades. A journalist-turned-commercial writer explains how to find work writing for brands and businesses and what you must know before diving in

  • Robyn Vinter, founder of The Overtake, on closing down the publication

    Robyn Vinter, founder of The Overtake, on closing down the publication

    11/02/2021

    The Overtake said 'thank you and farewell' to its supporters last week after a five-year stint. Its founder explains why she decided to call time on a growing business

  • Catherine Gicheru, ICFJ Knight fellow, on supporting African women journalists affected by the pandemic

    Catherine Gicheru, ICFJ Knight fellow, on supporting African women journalists affected by the pandemic

    04/02/2021

    The African Women Journalism Project was launched in July last year to help women in East and West Africa rise through the ranks of their newsrooms and cover under-reported stories throughout covid-19. Project director reflects on the impact of this initiative

  • Abbianca Makoni, independent producer, on documenting UK women gangs

    Abbianca Makoni, independent producer, on documenting UK women gangs

    28/01/2021

    In her spare time during the pandemic, the Evening Standard journalist has been working on a solutions-focused investigation into women being coerced into gangs. She talks about how to cover a tricky topic without an editorial team

  • Samantha Tomaszewski, social strategy leader, BuzzFeed, on career in social media audience engagement

    Samantha Tomaszewski, social strategy leader, BuzzFeed, on career in social media audience engagement

    21/01/2021

    Journalism graduates often feel that working in social media is a pipeline dream. An experienced social media journalist shares words of advice and encouragement for those wanting to break in

  • Paul Connolly, investigative broadcast journalist, on the art of the interview

    Paul Connolly, investigative broadcast journalist, on the art of the interview

    14/01/2021

    The reporter behind Netflix show 'Inside the World's Toughest Prisons' shares his tips on getting an interviewee to open up and remaining calm under pressure

  • Josh Helmuth, morning news anchor for KRDO, on being a journalist on YouTube

    Josh Helmuth, morning news anchor for KRDO, on being a journalist on YouTube

    07/01/2021

    Journalists practically live on Twitter but few have a YouTube channel. A US local TV reporter reveals how he thrives on the platform without seeking controversy that could compromise his reputation

  • Christmas special: what is your one hope or wish for the media industry in 2021?

    Christmas special: what is your one hope or wish for the media industry in 2021?

    23/12/2020

    2020 has not been kind to our newsrooms. Journalism.co.uk looks at what our community truly wants to see maintained or changed in the year ahead, from sustaining solutions journalism to preserving opportunities for young and diverse talent

  • Erin McCann, deputy editor, express desk at NYT, on managing a remote breaking news team

    Erin McCann, deputy editor, express desk at NYT, on managing a remote breaking news team

    17/12/2020

    This year, the New York Times added a 24/7 news team to its London office but the pandemic forced it to rethink the way journalists work. A desk editor shares her experience of breaking news across time zones and talks about the impact of working from home on mental health

  • Newsrewired special: Penelope Jones, founder of My So-Called Career, on building a resilience toolkit

    Newsrewired special: Penelope Jones, founder of My So-Called Career, on building a resilience toolkit

    10/12/2020

    2020 reminded us that anything can happen to our careers in the near or distant future. An expert media career coach helps you create an action plan if the worst case scenario was to unfold

  • Newsrewired special: Julie Posetti, global research director of ICFJ, on post-pandemic future

    Newsrewired special: Julie Posetti, global research director of ICFJ, on post-pandemic future

    03/12/2020

    Journalists are burnt out, newsrooms resources are stretched and disinformation is rife; 2020 has been a miserable year so let us put it behind us. Here are some ideas on how to make journalism thrive in 2021 inspired by a survey of more than 1,400 journalists, co-organised by ICFJ during the pandemic

  • John Crowley, freelance journalist, on working from home - or is it living at work?

    John Crowley, freelance journalist, on working from home - or is it living at work?

    26/11/2020

    Crowley's recent survey revealed that lockdown has been a mixed experience for journalists: some have enjoyed the comfort of their homes, while others have burned out. What can we learn from it to improve our newsrooms post-pandemic?

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