Irish journos up sticks to expose themselves

A selfie stick, a smart phone and a bit of practice is all you need to…

Cash from keystrokes: self-publishing for profile and profit

After two decades as a journalist, magazine editor and author, Lorraine Wilson wanted to get away…

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…

Spain is different: Iberia’s new-media Spring

Spain’s media landscape is being fundamentally reshaped by journalist-run new media start ups – according to…

Subs rising: the NUJ at Eastbourne

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

European unions advocate entrepreneurial journalism to beat austerity

The biggest threats to professional journalism across Europe are: competition from non-journalists, threats to authors’ rights…

Can eBooks save journalism?

Recent trends in non-fiction eBook publishing, by Tim Dawson, originally published in the December 2013 edition…

Brand new gag: the hidden war on press freedom

Article originally published in the October/November edition of The Journalist On Thursday 1 August this year,…

Life maternal: coaching for mums is a business winner

Lisa Pearson, aka mummywhispererblog.com, started blogging for fun, but won the ‘best business’ category in the ‘The…