In the first of our #MyHomeNewsroom series, we speak to Gaia Caramazza of the New Arab about just how to can make a podcast while you’re in lockdown, with the help of a phone, socks, and a duvet.
Journo Resources and our partners have put together a range of support to help journalists and students during the COVID-19 outbreak. Here’s what we’re doing.
In an age of 24-hour news, choosing the right headline or picture can have bigger implications than you might think at first. But creating the space to think can be difficult.
The Georgina Henry Award is one of the biggest journalistic prizes open to women in the UK – and it’s completely free to throw your hat in. Here’s how to give it you best shot.
From popular culture to life in the newsroom, alcohol and journalism can seem tied together – and not in a good way.
This year, we’re going to help 500,000 people. And we need your help to get there. Well, you and 29 other people.
We all hear that we should be crafting our CV for its best life, but what does that actually look like? Here are some examples that worked.
Let’s cut to it. We’re a start-up, and you’re probably pretty skint too. However, if you like what we do,…
Almost all of the things wrong with your CV are easily fixed. Here’s a simple guide to the obvious things you might not have spotted.
You’ve got another pile of press releases in your inbox. They all contain surveys. So how do you make sure you’re getting it right?