Monthly Archives: March 2007

New media, old tricks

Interesting how the Head of BBC News Interactive, Pete Clifton, reckons that the two things he looks for most in a journalist are a good knowledge of current affairs and the ability to spell. It seems an obvious statement, but … Continue reading

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Jack of all races

Third year journalism student Donna Sibanda has just penned the opinion column below, for part of her final year assessment. Makes you think – which is exactly what a column is supposed to do. How do you categorise someone who … Continue reading

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