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The Bureau of Investigation Journalism hires a community organizer, first role of its kind in British journalism, to manage its network of local contributors   —  As the Bureau's local reporter network reaches over 430 members, we introduce a revolutionary new role
Nov 23, 2017, 9:50 AM - In context

Liam Corcoran / Nieman Lab:
A look at quarterly print magazine The Bristol Cable, with a news staff of five and about 1,800 members paying £3/month for events and input into news coverage   —  The Bristol Cable now has a solid stable of members who can be involved in every stage — from pitching story ideas …
Nov 6, 2017, 7:45 AM - In context

Nadia Khomami / The Guardian:
A new organization called The Media Fund, dedicated to fundraising and advocating for independent media free from rightwing bias, has launched in the UK   —  Organisations invited to become partners in cooperative, which aims to counteract ‘old media system’
Oct 2, 2017, 1:05 PM - In context

Caroline Scott / Journalism.co.uk:
The European Journalism Centre grants seven publishers £700K to foster new approaches to covering global development   —  Seven news organisations will receive a European Publisher Reporting Grant worth £100k to carry out coverage on global development
Sep 27, 2017, 9:55 AM - In context

Maeve McClenaghan / The Bureau of Investigative …:
UK project Who Targets Me, with 10K users, reveals the unregulated Facebook “dark ads” that are on the rise in the final days before election   —  Political Facebook ads tailored specifically to users' locations, gender and views on Brexit have been found in key marginal seats across the UK …
Jun 7, 2017, 10:45 AM - In context

Mark Scott / New York Times:
Ahead of UK and German elections, Facebook's role in political advertising and misinformation falls under scrutiny   —  Lawrence Dodd lives in one of Britain's most fiercely fought voting districts, and has been peppered almost daily with ads from the country's major political parties on Facebook.
Jun 7, 2017, 10:25 AM - In context

Duncan Campbell / The Register:
Proposed changes to draft UK Espionage Act, replacing Official Secrets Act, could mean jail time of up to 14 years for journalists who handled leaked gov't docs   —  Hasty and botched consultation revealed by El Reg  —  Exclusive Proposals for a swingeing new Espionage Act that could jail journalists …
Feb 12, 2017, 6:25 PM - In context

Ian Burrell / The Drum:
Inside BuzzFeed UK's newsroom, focused on investigations, politics, and reach over clicks   —  Stencil-painted onto the wall above Janine Gibson's desk, directly over where she has proudly placed her Pulitzer Prize for journalism, is the typically BuzzFeed slogan: “Risk it, for a biscuit.”
Jun 9, 2016, 8:25 AM - In context

Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
Obama administration promised transparency, but delivered opacity, stonewalling FOIA requests, punishing a whistleblower, and threatening a reporter with jail   —  Some things just aren't cool.  One of those, according to our no-drama president, is ignorance.
May 24, 2016, 10:10 PM - In context

David Uberti / Columbia Journalism Review:
How The Center for Investigative Reporting is trying to build and control its own audio platform though investigative journalism and its Reveal podcast   —  The Center for Investigative Reporting bets it can change audio journalism—and itself  —  In 2014, The Center for Investigative Reporting found itself …
Apr 29, 2016, 10:05 AM - In context




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