Journalism News

Sex fails to turn on golf readers

Magazine owners sex up their title’s 'dull' image with 'insulting' content.

Sep 5, 2006 | Journalism News

Freelance writer walks free from jail

US court reminded the media needs independence in a democracy.

Sep 4, 2006 | Journalism News

Computers write news, not journalists

Reporters are being replaced by computers that ‘pen’ news stories in under a second.

Aug 29, 2006 | Journalism News

Here is the X-rated news

Newsreader fits Czech porn into his five-minute update.

Aug 25, 2006 | Journalism News

Wallace 'wimps out' in front of despot

CBS asks a man who wants to ‘wipe Israel off the map’ what he does for leisure.

Aug 18, 2006 | Journalism News

How to start-up as a freelance journalist

Veterans of media freelancing reveal top tips for making a splash.

Aug 16, 2006 | Journalism News

CNN puts citizen journalists on the Web

News giant invites you to 'tell the world what’s happening where you are.'

Aug 8, 2006 | Journalism News

Blogger jailed for shielding 'unpublished material'

A freelance heads to jail chased by a Big Brother-style US government.

Aug 3, 2006 | Journalism News

Ministers to consider fees on 'free information'

Leak reveals Labour wants to restrict the free flow of information out of Whitehall.

Jul 31, 2006 | Journalism News

Freelance reporter,73,publicly beaten to death

Outrage over the cowardly murder of a defenceless freelance

Jul 28, 2006 | Journalism News

Brave media freelancers to be honoured

Awards open for photo-journos who run away from the crowds & into trouble.

Jul 27, 2006 | Journalism News

Freelance journalists vie for £500

Ethical reporters who have spotlighted epilepsy are to be rewarded.

Jul 18, 2006 | Journalism News

Freelance shot dead in the Congo

The 'grave dangers' facing anti-state media are exposed as elections loom.

Jul 13, 2006 | Journalism News

Dates of Blair-Murdoch meetings to be freed

Number 10 told it can no longer keep the duo’s meeting times under wraps.

Jul 11, 2006 | Journalism News

Journalists compete for Paul Foot Award

Reporters who probe, explore and expose are invited to enter.

Jul 10, 2006 | Journalism News

Freelance fails to name sex club contact

News of the World reporter won’t say who fingered a Scottish MP.

Jul 7, 2006 | Journalism News

Freelance journalist lured to his death

An anonymous group telephone, ambush and then kill an 'independent' reporter.

Jul 6, 2006 | Journalism News

Sunday Times editor quits to freelance

'I want to spread my bread', says a roving reporter about to freelance.

Jul 5, 2006 | Journalism News

Freedom of information 'must improve'

Its ‘clearly working,’ say MPs, but the ‘spirit’ of the FOI Act is also clearly ailing.

Jun 29, 2006 | Journalism News

Paris Match journalists 'ready to strike'

Glitzy magazine verges on strike action after politics attacks & ousts its editor.

Jun 26, 2006 | Journalism News

Management Awards open to freelance writers

Freelance journalists asked to submit 'expertly written' articles for a £500 cash prize.

Jun 16, 2006 | Journalism News

BBC explains 'gay' means 'rubbish'

News provider reveals a new meaning to the controversial three-letter word.

Jun 8, 2006 | Journalism News

BBC freelance jailed amid media crackdown

'Poisonous' climate for reporters in Gambia claims a freelance from the BBC.

Jun 6, 2006 | Journalism News

Union calls journalists to boycott Yahoo!

Search site attacked over claims of ‘repeated collusion’ with Chinese mandarins.

Jun 5, 2006 | Journalism News

BBC freelancers fear 'gagging order'

Corporation's casuals are warned: belittle MPs at your own expense.

Jun 1, 2006 | Journalism News

Freelance editor wins £37,500 in damages

Not liable, says The Guardian as it pays off a casual who developed RSI.

May 26, 2006 | 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

Internet blamed for eroding English

Researchers warn our words and phrases twist and turn in the digital age.

May 2, 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