Journalism News

Brazen bloggers risk defamation

Most online diarists are clueless about the legal dangers they face.

May 15, 2008 | Journalism News

What Shakespeare can teach us about Blogging

Copywriter Laurence James considers the history of content creation.

May 8, 2008 | Journalism News

Freelancer backed in fight with Tesco

British writers stand by a Thai journalist being sued for libel.

May 1, 2008 | Journalism News

Natasha, the freelancer, to forego maternity pay

The face of Five will pay a price for becoming a mum.

May 1, 2008 | Journalism News

Freelancers called to write on poverty

The Guardian wants freelancers to explore the developing world.

Apr 1, 2008 | Journalism News

Ex-BBC reporter teaches war crimes coverage

Justice has more chance of being read when it's reported from the grassroots.

Feb 5, 2008 | Journalism News

Press complaints surge to a record high

Media watchdog dealt with more complaints in 2007 than ever before.

Jan 17, 2008 | Journalism News

Grave risks persist for freelance media

The new year exposes the dangers freelancers may encounter.

Jan 16, 2008 | Journalism News

BBC: News 24 is unrivalled

Being the most popular news channel doesn't dictate it's the 'best.'

Dec 18, 2007 | Journalism News

Media giants 'exploit' freelance staff

NUJ hands in the names of alleged abusers of freelance talent.

Dec 2, 2007 | Journalism News

BBC to probe its news impartiality

The public broadcaster’s coverage on devolution faces scrutiny.

Nov 20, 2007 | Journalism News

NUJ admits its first freelance blogger

Journalists' union OKs writers who earn all their income as Web diarists.

Nov 13, 2007 | Journalism News

Media stand up for ‘fake freelancers’

A victim of their times? Some editorial staff have no choice but to 'go it alone.'

Nov 6, 2007 | Journalism News

The Sun comes out on the streets of London

There’s small change in them thar commuters’ pockets.

Sep 5, 2007 | Journalism News

Blogs 'erode print media's advantage'

Some traditional news groups are being muscled out of their audience.

Aug 24, 2007 | Journalism News

Editors 'were wrong' to run pupil's video

PCC case reminds editors to look-out if visuals come from citizen journalists.

Aug 19, 2007 | Journalism News

Finally freed: details of Blair-Murdoch talks

Persistent peer shows freedom of information is alive, but should it take so long?

Jul 20, 2007 | Journalism News

'One-minute news' to target youngsters

The BBC stands by its schedule: 'we won't be the Daily Star on air.'

Jul 13, 2007 | Journalism News

Freed at last: the BBC's Alan Johnston

'The worst experience of my life,' reports the BBC's man kidnapped in Gaza.

Jul 5, 2007 | Journalism News

Call to brave media freelancers

Media who put their lives at risk will be spotlighted for their bravery.

Jun 18, 2007 | Journalism News

Media firms in appeal to kidnappers

A logo for each day he’s been held will demand freedom for Johnston.

Jun 14, 2007 | Journalism News

Johnston’s captors release a video tape

Second report claims the BBC correspondent is alive & well.

May 11, 2007 | Journalism News

Johnston fails to make contact

No word from the BBC’s man in Gaza for over seven weeks.

May 4, 2007 | Journalism News

Libel laws may cover the dead

The government could soon protect people beyond the grave.

Apr 23, 2007 | Journalism News

Freelance writer, blogger is set free

The longest imprisoned journalist in US history is finally free after 226 days.

Apr 5, 2007 | Journalism News

BBC reporter seized by gunmen

News giant voices concern over the safety of its Gaza correspondent.

Mar 14, 2007 | Journalism News

Press watchdog updates for the digital age

Audio-visual material on e-editions is to be policed by the PCC.

Mar 7, 2007 | Journalism News

ITV 'talked up' Blair’s confession

The public broadcaster is wrapped over the accuracy of its news.

Feb 28, 2007 | Journalism News

Calls to prosecute Terry Lloyd's killers

Pressure mounts to bring the US killers of a UK reporter to justice.

Feb 20, 2007 | Journalism News

MPs push to limit freedom of information

Powers that be accused of wanting to keep ministers' correspondence secret.

Feb 12, 2007 | Journalism News