#MyHomeNewsroom: Sarah Gough On Making TV When You Can’t Go Outside
By Jem Collins
By Jem Collins
We put together all of the resources you need to nail your next freelance pitches, all in one place. From finding work to getting paid, we've got it all covered.
So, you're working from home for the foreseeable future and odds are you didn't plan for a home office. Here's how to sort it out.
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.
For student journalists, the coronavirus has had a huge impact, with cancelled print runs and academic years cut short. But it doesn't have to be wasted time. Here's what you can get up too.
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.
News fatigue can happy to any of us. But unlike the rest of the population, as a journalist it can feel more tricky to switch off. Here's how you can do it successfully.
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.
If you're studying, it can feel frustrating to be trapped in an endless cycle of work experience. But there's no reason you can't start pitching your ideas as a freelance journalist. Here's how to do it, from the people who've done it.
Surviving the journalism job search can be gruelling, with rejections seemingly around every corner. While CV and Cover Letter advice is crucial, it is just as important to look after your mental health.