Journalism News

Blair’s dealings with Murdoch 'to remain secret'

'A new chapter of openness' is yet to unravel for a curious reader of The Independent.

May 25, 2006 | Journalism News

Vote for the front page of the last 100 years

Newspaper fans to ensure yesterday’s splash isn’t entirely forgotten.

May 15, 2006 | Journalism News

Murderers abuse Freedom of Information

UK Act is pushed by criminals, filing requests to expose police informers.

Apr 25, 2006 | Journalism News

Freelance reporter freed from Iraq

'Huge relief,' as a talented freelance returns to her family, friends and newspaper.

Mar 31, 2006 | Journalism News

Belarus jails agents of free speech

President Lukashenko silences 22 'obscene' voices in his capital.

Mar 28, 2006 | Journalism News

Training and networking for freelance journalists

Experienced and aspiring journalists are being offered unique training and networking opportunities via a new website for freelance journalists and media professionals.

Mar 22, 2006 | Journalism News

Inde journalists to strike on Budget day

Poor pay to send editorial staff walking on March 22.

Mar 16, 2006 | Journalism News

Media veterans attack Google News

Industry warns a news service like 'a photocopied piece of crap' is stealing their livelihood.

Mar 7, 2006 | Journalism News

Websites 'more trustworthy' than newspapers

Ofcom says Britons trust websites more than newspapers for breaking news.

Mar 6, 2006 | Journalism News

CBS gets tough on freelance editors

Blunder in front of millions convinces CBS to tighten its grip on freelancers.

Mar 3, 2006 | Journalism News

Economist editor quits to 'go freelance'

Books beckon for the former correspondent who doubled his magazine’s readership.

Feb 22, 2006 | Journalism News

Smash Hits! closes for business; fingers point to digital

Once the UK's premier teen music magazine with a regular readership of 500,000 and peak sales of over a million, Smash Hits! is closing down its 28-year-old print version.

Feb 10, 2006 | Journalism News

Cartoon protests turn deadly

Protests against the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad have continued to gain intensity in recent days.

Feb 7, 2006 | Journalism News

Workshop for journalists starting out

Aspiring journalists can gain a unique insight into freelance writing at a one day workshop being held in London on March 4.

Jan 27, 2006 | Journalism News

Reuters' freelancers return home

Media giant celebrates the release of its trio freelancing in Iraq.

Jan 24, 2006 | Journalism News

Gunmen urged to free freelance

Crusading freelance is first US female to be seized in Iraq.

Jan 16, 2006 | Journalism News

Concern over plan to charge for FOI

Ministers heard mulling over if Freedom of Information should come at a price.

Jan 6, 2006 | Journalism News

Google ranks Janet abreast of online news

Web users decide the naked diva is more newsworthy than the likes of Katrina.

Dec 23, 2005 | Journalism News

Wikipedia bans unknown creators

Encyclopedia closes the book on anonymous creators amid libel fears.

Dec 9, 2005 | Journalism News

NUJ condemns freelances' poor pay

'Disgraceful' clients savaged for 'cynically exploiting' freelance media professionals.

Nov 21, 2005 | Journalism News

Days numbered for print industry, warns FT veteran

Threat from the Web will force newspapers into battle for survival.

Nov 11, 2005 | Journalism News

Freelance battles fear of numbers

Self-employed writer confesses plots for supermarkets, car parks and radio.

Nov 7, 2005 | Journalism News

Freelancer's false report 'inspired by fear'

Freelance war reporter under fire after bogus claims he saw a savage beating.

Oct 25, 2005 | Journalism News

Live tools await wannabe broadcasters

Government plugs benefits of radio to switch on local communities.

Oct 24, 2005 | Journalism News

Blogs connect freelancers to local press

Unheard freelance voices of the blogosphere add colour to local newspapers.

Oct 19, 2005 | Journalism News

Murdoch invites eBayer to lunch

$25,000 dollar opportunity to join Rupert Murdoch for lunch.

Oct 18, 2005 | Journalism News

Italy's press strikes over freelancers' rights

Shorter-term contracts and poor pay leave freelancers in 'unworkable' conditions.

Oct 14, 2005 | Journalism News

Sweeney wins 'freelancers' award'

'Economic case' for investigative reporting just got better for freelancers.

Oct 13, 2005 | Journalism News

Freelance defines The Great Reporters

Ex-freelance unveils 'inspirational' tale of the top 13 reporters of all time.

Oct 4, 2005 | Journalism News

New York reporter freed from CIA scandal

Jailed Pulitzer Prize winner turns media heroine for refusing to reveal her sources.

Oct 3, 2005 | Journalism News