The Awards for Excellence 2022 are open for entries.
Diversity in journalism has come under scrutiny in a new report published by the NCTJ, examining the characteristics of UK journalists.
Some 66 students, trainees, apprentices, journalists and training providers have been shortlisted in the NCTJ Awards for Excellence 2021.
The NCTJ has taken a trip down memory lane, bringing the fictional town of Oxdown, and the Oxdown Gazette, back for an NQJ exam sitting.
The Community News Project will create up to 100 community reporter roles, as the scheme is expanded with new funding.
"This year may go down as the year journalists fought back. And my God, they did it in style."
The NCTJ has raised the annual value of the Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF) to half a million pounds, following an ambitious fundraising drive.
Twitter is today announced as the latest supporter of the NCTJ’s Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF).
The NCTJ has partnered with the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) to create a free, interactive e-learning course.
"Reporting on and about a community that you live, socialise and have worked in is important to me."
It has meant the world to me to be given an opportunity to stand with those young people that feel they aren't good enough.