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.
The NCTJ will host a free online discussion panel with industry leaders to highlight threats to journalists’ safety and the impact on their mental health and wellbeing in the week of World Mental Health Day.
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.
As we near the end of the academic year, Journalism Diversity Fund recipients have reflected on how getting a bursary has propelled them into the world of journalism and set them up for successful careers.
A community news reporter connected with aspiring journalists and gleaned valuable insights into the next generation’s news habits at a school careers event.
Students working towards their journalism qualifications via distance learning were given exclusive NCTJ support in an inaugural webinar held today.
A group of teenagers have got to grips with cutting-edge journalism skills during a free four-day summer school at Darlington College.
A new edition of the go-to public affairs handbook for journalists is hot off the press and set to be released. The eighth edition of Essential Public Affairs for Journalists is authored by James Morrison and published by Oxford University…
The NCTJ is launching a campaign of activity to support the delivery of safety and resilience training on NCTJ-accredited courses.
Former local newspaper editor Franki Berry has been appointed as the NCTJ’s communications manager for the next year.
Some of the brightest and best talent in the journalism industry will come together for the NCTJ’s first residential leadership programme aimed at developing the editorial leaders of the future.