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

Bruised journalists get apology

Press pack is assaulted for trying to do its job.

Apr 24, 2007 | Journalism News

Libel laws may cover the dead

The government could soon protect people beyond the grave.

Apr 23, 2007 | Journalism News

Johnston's kidnappers issue a demand

The gunmen holding a BBC journalist will release him in return for a suicide bomber.

Apr 16, 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

Freelance writers: learn to earn

One-day course in Sheffield will train writers to make money.

Mar 20, 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

Learn to freelance as a journalist

One-day course will teach tips for effective freelancing.

Mar 2, 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

BBC accused of 'talking up' Microsoft

News critics ask if Vista blurs the impartiality of the BBC.

Feb 8, 2007 | Journalism News

Journalists to strike over BBC job cuts

Threats to the news division are met with an 'angry reaction' and promise of strike.

Feb 1, 2007 | Journalism News

Freelance shot dead in his home

Haiti: photographer is killed for taking photos of local criminals.

Jan 26, 2007 | Journalism News

BT searches for IT security journalist of 2006

Journalists who help people secure their systems are to be rewarded in London.

Jan 12, 2007 | Journalism News

Journalists face jail over 'anti-Muslim' jokes

Retelling other people’s gags is a risky business for media in Morocco.

Jan 10, 2007 | Journalism News

Freelancer's question: Can I use published quotes?

Media law expert Roger Sinclair responds to an aspiring freelance journalist.

Jan 4, 2007 | Journalism News

Awards honour creators of Plain English

A media trio is hailed for drowning out jargon for the masses.

Dec 19, 2006 | Journalism News

Freelance journalists’ rights at stake

Media giant issues ‘take it or leave it’ rights-grabbing contract to freelancers.

Dec 15, 2006 | Journalism News

Internet journalists jailed 'like never before'

One in three jailed reporters didn’t even make a national splash.

Dec 13, 2006 | Journalism News

Reporter's phone record snooped by police

Journalists' union fends off reporters being probed over anti-police stories.

Dec 6, 2006 | Journalism News

BBC attacked over ‘£100 sleaze bonus’

MPs condemn incentives to report on the cash for honours affair.

Nov 23, 2006 | Journalism News

Freelance writer to stay in jail until July

Appeals court comes close to making history by sending a blogger back to jail.

Nov 20, 2006 | Journalism News

Iraqi freelance wins Rory Peck award

A former doctor is recognised for capturing the ‘truth’ of war.

Nov 14, 2006 | Journalism News

Gunmen free London freelance

Peace Reporter's roaming freelance, Gabriele Torsello, is released unharmed.

Nov 8, 2006 | Journalism News

BBC news staff set to strike

The broadcaster will raise a glass just days before potential strike action.

Nov 1, 2006 | Journalism News

London freelance held hostage

Afghani gunmen are told to release a photo-journalist with 'good intentions'.

Oct 16, 2006 | Journalism News

Journalists given new freedom under libel law

Lords say libel must not stop allegations from being made in the public interest.

Oct 13, 2006 | Journalism News

                             

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