Staying safe online, editing videos for social media and pursuing your dream journalism career are just some of the topics discussed today at the NCTJ’s Community News Project (CNP) Conference.
17-year-old CNP reporter Iona MacDonald invited to Holyrood after investigation exposing illegal vape sales to teenagers in Inverness.
Meta has confirmed it will not renew funding for the Community News Project (CNP) when its current phase draws to an end.
Community news reporter Lucinda Herbert used her Blackpool Gazette contacts to arrange a free day out to Blackpool Zoo for four-year-old Mabel Parry, who has Batten Disease.
The Community News Project (CNP) is equipping journalists with essential workplace skills they can use to secure jobs in a range of industries – although they often return to journalism.
Entrepreneurial journalist Carly-May Kavanagh, who honed her craft as an NCTJ community news reporter, has celebrated a milestone moment for the independent local news website she co-founded, The Brighton Seagull.
A community news reporter connected with aspiring journalists and gleaned valuable insights into the next generation’s news habits at a school careers event.
Community reporters have described the “huge privilege” it has been to cover local celebrations for King Charles’s coronation. Reporters in roles created by the Community News Project used the royal occasion to engage with their audiences by reporting on local…
As Liverpool hosts the Eurovision Song Contest, community reporter Paul McAuley tells us how he’s covering celebrations and connecting with LGBTQ+ communities to garner fan reaction.