Why I use AdBlock

Jan
17

I admit I love technology. And I absolutely adore the Internet.

I adore the possibilities it offers for keeping in touch with old friends, forming communities, learning the answers to those random questions that plague us at two in the morning, and just about anything else that might come up to mind. As such, I try my best and spend quite a bit of my free time trying to make sense of and learn a bit of code (although I am pretty sure Java script is going to be the reason for my first grey hairs).

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Journalism: I'll race you to the bottom

Jan
14

It’s always baffled me. From the recent exposé of Victorian-like conditions at Sports Direct to exploited fruit pickers in Chartham, journalism has long been a champion of highlighting injustice — and quite rightly so. But when it comes to the treatment of its own workforce, the motherly embrace reporters often display for those at the bottom can seem a world away.

 

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Sorry not sorry

Jan
14

Although Justin Bieber made it to number one in the UK charts for saying ‘sorry’, the newly released app ‘I’m just not sorry’ believes saying sorry will not get you to a number one spot in business.

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Being Labelled a Cheerleader for Islamic Zealots Is No Joke - Response

Jan
14

Yesterday Lauren Booth posted a piece on the Huffington Post site in response to the tabloids who ran stories about her being “a sinister-sounding woman who takes time off from fund raising for ‘terrorist' families’ only to pander to her rarefied hobby as a ‘cheerleader for Islamic Zealots’.”

Booth is an English broadcaster, journalist and activist, currently working as a freelance writer and media consultant. Her response is entitled ‘Being Labelled a Cheerleader for Islamic Zealots Is No Joke’.

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British newspapers' online coverage of reactions on Cologne sex attacks

Jan
11

Five days into the new year, a press conference shocked the German public with reports about a spate of sexual assaults in Cologne on New Year's Eve.

 

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One country is championing young feminism, whilst another is dismantling it

Jan
08

Back in December, it was announced that every 16 year-old student in Sweden will be given a copy of a book titled We all ought to be feminists. 

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Covering Corbyn's reshuffling of the pack

Jan
07

 

As we immersed ourselves back into the news cycle after the holiday period, those of us in Britain found a rather busy domestic agenda somewhat captured by Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet reshuffle. 

Now anybody who has had even the most fleeting of acquaintance with me knows that I am, frankly, a shameless politico, and as a result found what has been dubbed humorously “the night(s) of the blunt knives” fascinating. 

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CfJ students produce hit festive video for BBC Radio Kent

Dec
18

Following the success of last year's Xmas hit "Fairytale of Kent" (also produced by a group of our students), the team at BBC Radio Kent didn't think twice about approaching the Centre for a quality Xmas production. 

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Fantastic first radio newsday for undergrads

Dec
17

Have a listen to our first year undergrad's newsday!! Putting together 30 mins of live radio is no easy task, and even more so when you've only been studying how to do it for less than 6 months. 

Nevertheless, our almost 40 strong class took on the mammoth task brilliantly and delivered two impressive shows full of national, local and international stories. If this is how they start, we cannot wait to see what they'll be up to in a couple of years time. 

Enjoy!

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NCTJ Law - attention Year 2s and MAs

Dec
15

1. There WILL be NCTJ law sessions - festive themed - this Friday.

2. There are EMLR test papers for your Xmas holiday revision in Anastasia's office in a box file marked SARAH. Please pick one up. 

3. Please note there is a final exam revision session - both groups combined - on Wednesday January 20th from 2 - 4pm in the UG newsroom. No sessions that Friday as I'm at a meeting in London.     

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