Tag Archive: Journalism

Investigative Journalism Course Certificate

Just a quick post to say I’ve completed the online course in investigative journalism I signed up to a while back and earned the below certificate of completion. Woo! This was my second free… Continue reading

Journopreneur Workshop in London

I’ve signed up for a one day  Journopreneur Workshop in London on the 31st of May. It looks pretty cool and covers (among other things) the following: Sourcing, pitching and telling stories across platforms.… Continue reading

New Online Data Journalism Courses

I’ve just earned a certificate for the completion of another online data course, Making Sense of Data, and hopefully taken another step towards becoming a full-fledged data journalist. I also have another excellent course… Continue reading

My predictions for 2014

I got a new video camera for Christmas and went on ski trip for New Year’s. The result? My top ten predictions for 2014, from the French Alps!

Journalism of Hope: Lord Puttnam at Google

Lord Puttnam came to Google Dublin recently and gave a brilliant talk on leadership which I attended – read my thoughts on Puttnam’s Five Laws of Creative Leadership over here. But now I… Continue reading

Lord Puttnam’s 5 Laws of Creative Leadership

When I heard Lord Puttnam was to give a lecture at Google I wondered if I would like him, knowing as I did the chilling effect he had almost had on free speech as a… Continue reading

The future of the press may not be print or digital…but both

Below is my first foray into the world of infographics, a project looking at declining print circulation within the British press. It was inspired by an article I read on February’s circulation figures and is… Continue reading

Leveson is wrong: We should enshrine press freedom in statute, not press regulation

Britain’s laws weren’t designed to produce ethical journalism, but to defend against damaging journalism. This means journalists don’t have any incentive to act responsibly in the current system. If we really want responsible… Continue reading