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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.

Posted By Alfie Tobutt read more

Black memory stick found in newsroom

Feb
05

A black memory stick with some white writing on it was found on a desk in G1-04 last Thursday.  

I've got it.

 

Angela  

Posted By Angela Harrison read more

Bob Friend scholarship entries

Feb
02

Entries to the Bob Friend scholarship should be made by 5pm on Monday 5 February. Hand in a hard copy of your treatment to Nicola and send an email copy to me.

Posted By Ian Reeves read more

The irony of the Ben Bradley situation

Feb
01

(This piece was originally published on Backbench UK here, you can find my profile here)

Posted By George Nixon read more

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.

Posted By TimLuckhurst read more

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)

Posted By richardpendry read more

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.

Posted By Ian Reeves read more

NCTJ Writing and Reporting this week

Jan
28

 

 

At Monday's class last week we decided to cancel the 4pm class tomorrow (Monday 29 January) and instead have a 2-hour class on Tuesday 30th - just for this week.

This is so that we can run a full 2-hour NCTJ mock on Tuesday from 2pm - 4pm.   

Please refresh your memory of the Editors' Code and analytics (Moodle, Convergent) and look at the tips and guides for tackling this exam in Moodle (Reporting and Writing).   

 

Posted By Angela Harrison read more

How Welfare Hurts Everyone, Including Those It Helps

Jan
27

               From the title of this article alone, I know some people will be horrified that I might dare to suggest giving free, unlimited welfare to those ‘in need’ is anything other than a marvellous idea. After all, we are merely the latest of several generations who’ve grown up living under nothing but the welfare state and surrounded by people who just love getting stuff for free. So being attached to what every advocate and their Nan insists is a good idea is at least understandable.

Posted By Max Pearson read more

Rearranged Year 1 Public Affairs class

Jan
26

All Year 1 students please note that Paul has re-scheduled your Public Affairs class next week for 1.30pm-2.30pm on Wednesday 31 January.  This will be in the main undergraduate newsroom.

This change in schedule only applies for next week: the following week will be as normal.

Posted By Ian Reeves read more

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