Clodagh Rice is studying the NCTJ-accredited MA in Journalism at the University of Ulster. She covered Barack and Michelle Obama’s visit to Belfast prior to the G8 summit for Belfast-based radio station Citybeat. Read what she has to say about reporting from the event.
Tom Crocker was awarded first prize from The Football League on 8 February at the Student Council forum at MSN in London for his outstanding NCTJ sports journalism exam performance. He tells us what it was like to report from the press box at the Championship play-off final.
Liam Twomey and Ben Burrows were awarded prizes from The Football League on 8 February at the Student Council forum at MSN in London for their outstanding NCTJ sports journalism exam performances. We caught up with Liam and Ben and asked them to tell us about their days out in Wembley’s press box
The Society of Editors’ Regional Press Awards 2012 shortlist was announced last week. So we at the NCTJ decided to have a chat with the five bright sparks who were shortlisted for the Young Journalist of the Year Award, to find out how they’ve achieved such brilliant starts to their careers.
The winner of the Young Journalist of the Year Award sponsored by HoldTheFrontPage will be announced at the Society of Editors Regional Press Awards ceremony at the Savoy Place, London on Friday 17 May.
Jordan Moates completed the NCTJ broadcast journalism qualification at the University of Ulster during the pilot year. He writes about his training and how it helped him gain employment in the industry.
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