A sense of freedom: how FOI has reshaped journalism

Originally published in the Jul/Aug 14 edition of The Journalist Putting together a twentieth-anniversary nostalgia feature…

Seeing is believing: web video now basic news currency

Last summer, Guardian science correspondent Alok Jha got wind of plans to unveil the world’s first…

Subs rising: the NUJ at Eastbourne

“Welcome to the NUJ – this part of the world’s most successful private-sector trades union”, said…

The story of the blues: how a football calamity spawned an underground bestseller

Case study by Tim Dawson Three weeks after it was published, Phil Mac Giolla Bhain’s ‘Downfall’…

Digital revolution only just begun, report predicts

Review by Alex Klaushofer. For those hoping that the dust will soon settle on the digital…

Martin Lewis claims journalism’s greatest reward

Analysis by Tim Dawson Martin Lewis’ sale of moneysavingexpert.com for £87m is possibly the UK’s most…

Student newspaper iPad edition blazes a trail

As many publications struggle to adapt their offer for the download era, students in Yorkshire have…

Brave New Digital World – review of Turing’s Cathedral

Review by Alex Klaushofer. Turing’s Cathedral: The Origins of the Digital Universe by George Dyson As…