Chandni didn’t realise she’d be kicking open a hornet’s nest when she made a pyramid of crisps. But you never quite know what’s going to go viral. Here’s what she gets up to on a day-to-day basis.
Ever wondered if an apprenticeship might be the way to break into journalism? We chat to Rebecca Tuffin, who is currently an editorial assistant with the KM Group.
Jim Rosenthal has been on our screens for more than thirty years, reporting on some of the world’s greatest sporting events. Here are his tips to what you should be doing.
Developing a specialism is something we often hear a lot about and it’s true that it’s often an excellent way…
Lewis Warner only graduated in 2018, but is already a reporter for ITV Border. Here he talks about his time at ITV Central, from how he got the gig to how you can make a difference on stories that really matter.
Ever since she was young, Chloe Pizzey knew that she wanted to work in football. Her mum was a professional…
We speak to ITV’s pit-lane reporter about breaking into motorsport journalism, long live days – and being the first woman to work on a pit-stop.
What’s it like working on digital for one of the UK’s biggest women’s brands? We spoke to Felicity Thistlethwaite, Digital Executive Editor of Stylist to find out the real low down…
Working in an online newsroom can feel a far cry from Watergate, but there’s a lot more journalism happening than you might think. Mirror Online’s Tom Davidson explains.
Cameron Tait grew up admiring Lewis Hamilton, so it was only natural progression to ‘put two and two together’ and become a car journalist. Here’s how he did it.