Monthly Archives: October 2010

The i

Everyone loves a launch, and if the Independent’s new i paper lures even one of my students away from reading the Metro then it’s a job well done.  But at first glance it doesn’t do much for me, and here’s … Continue reading

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Stop Press – Bridgend murder

The news on Radio Wales this morning (25 Oct) was dominated by the murder of a 15-year-old girl from Bridgend. According to the BBC, the body of Rebecca Aylward, 15, from Maesteg, near Bridgend, was found in woodland just outside … Continue reading

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Post-grad student’s blogging award

 The award for the best sports blog in Wales has gone to Glamorgan post-graduate student Katherine Latham.  Katherine is the author of mountainbikingforgirls, which was best in its category in the walesblogawards. Katherine is a student on MA Interactive Journalism at … Continue reading

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Hyperlocal journalism: return of the start-ups

It’s week two for new students on our MA Interactive Journalism and already one of them, Andrew Collins, has made the news – in a write-up  by the Guardian’s beat-blogger for Cardiff, here. More to come soon, without doubt, about … Continue reading

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