Second report claims the BBC correspondent is alive & well.May 11, 2007 | Journalism News
No word from the BBC’s man in Gaza for over seven weeks.May 4, 2007 | Journalism News
Press pack is assaulted for trying to do its job.Apr 24, 2007 | Journalism News
The government could soon protect people beyond the grave.
The gunmen holding a BBC journalist will release him in return for a suicide bomber.Apr 16, 2007 | Journalism News
The longest imprisoned journalist in US history is finally free after 226 days.Apr 5, 2007 | Journalism News
One-day course in Sheffield will train writers to make money.
News giant voices concern over the safety of its Gaza correspondent.Mar 14, 2007 | Journalism News
Audio-visual material on e-editions is to be policed by the PCC.Mar 7, 2007 | Journalism News
One-day course will teach tips for effective freelancing.
The public broadcaster is wrapped over the accuracy of its news.Feb 28, 2007 | Journalism News
Pressure mounts to bring the US killers of a UK reporter to justice.
Powers that be accused of wanting to keep ministers' correspondence secret.
News critics ask if Vista blurs the impartiality of the BBC.
Threats to the news division are met with an 'angry reaction' and promise of strike.Feb 1, 2007 | Journalism News
Haiti: photographer is killed for taking photos of local criminals.Jan 26, 2007 | Journalism News
Journalists who help people secure their systems are to be rewarded in London.Jan 12, 2007 | Journalism News
Retelling other people’s gags is a risky business for media in Morocco.Jan 10, 2007 | Journalism News
Media law expert Roger Sinclair responds to an aspiring freelance journalist.Jan 4, 2007 | Journalism News
A media trio is hailed for drowning out jargon for the masses.
Media giant issues ‘take it or leave it’ rights-grabbing contract to freelancers.Dec 15, 2006 | Journalism News
One in three jailed reporters didn’t even make a national splash.Dec 13, 2006 | Journalism News
Journalists' union fends off reporters being probed over anti-police stories.Dec 6, 2006 | Journalism News
MPs condemn incentives to report on the cash for honours affair.Nov 23, 2006 | Journalism News
Appeals court comes close to making history by sending a blogger back to jail.Nov 20, 2006 | Journalism News
A former doctor is recognised for capturing the ‘truth’ of war.Nov 14, 2006 | Journalism News
Peace Reporter's roaming freelance, Gabriele Torsello, is released unharmed.
The broadcaster will raise a glass just days before potential strike action.Nov 1, 2006 | Journalism News
Afghani gunmen are told to release a photo-journalist with 'good intentions'.Oct 16, 2006 | Journalism News