All students : Please return all kit by fri 18th Dec. DEADLINE.

Dec
15

If you have a requirement for kit over the Christmas period and have not yet discussed this with your tutor or myself, please do so, asap.

All other kit is to be returned to the kit room BEFORE NOON this friday 18th December.

Please ensure your kit is COMPLETE, RECHARGED, clean, NEAT AND TIDY. Losses and breakages/faults to be reported to me please. You will be charged for lost/missng items.

Incomplete kit will not be accepted and a penalty incurred if the return deadline is subsequently breached.

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Mark Daly and Sir Alan moses - Mondays in 4/13

Dec
05

The second year 'Power without responsibility ' module get a distinguished speaker by skype each week for twenty minutes at 12.20 in toom 4/13.If others are free they are welcome to attend.

Coming up

Monday Dec 7th MARK DALY of BBC SCOTLAND .One of the best known TV investigative journalists of the day.Multi award winning for programmes on Rangers and Mo Farah's coach recently .In a previous life he was 'The Secret Policeman'.How does he do it?

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"DID YOU SEE?" Monday Dec 7TH Channel 4 news editor

Dec
03

MONDAY DECEMBER  7TH - 1.00 THE NEWSROOM 'DID YOU SEE' ON CHANNEL FOUR NEWS

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Year 2 newsday pays dividends for CfJ students

Dec
01

Newsdays at the Centre for Journalism play a vital role in preparing students for the newsrooms out there in the real world. So it's great to see two stories that were prepared for a Year 2 undergraduate newsday being given a wider audience.

Paavan Mohindru's piece on the backlash against a local mosque following the Paris attacks was the top story on last night's KMTV bulletin.

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DID YOU SEE MONDAY 30TH NOV THE ANDREW MARR SHOW

Nov
27

Rob Burley the editor of the AM show will appear by skype in the newsroom at 13.05 to talk about  that sunday's ANDREW MARR show(09.00 BBC ONE) and answer questions.Do watch it and write a 4/500 worrd critique OF IT.Four places to visit the programme will be available for the best of those  submitted to me. JOHN MAIR

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Extra NCTJ law session for MAs

Nov
25

As promised, we've squeezed in an extra NCTJ law session. It's on Wednesday December 9th from 2pm - 4pm in Room G4-11.

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Essential Law for Journalists - Years 2s and MAs, it's a Friday essential.

Nov
25

Year 2s and MAs - please remember to bring your McNae's Essential Law for Journalists to this Friday's NCTJ law sessions. We're now working on test papers for your exam so you'll need McNae each Friday from now on. 

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Broadcast internships at KMTV kick off!

Nov
23

Eight of our BA 3rd years students have been chosen to do intern shifts at KMTV's studios on the Medway Campus!!!

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Opportunity with the KM Group

Nov
23

A reporting opportunity has opened up for a reporter with the KM Group at the Gravesend Messenger.

It's a relatively new and very highly regarded paper in an increasingly interesting news patch. You could find yourself covering one of the UK's first new garden cities in a generation at Ebbsfleet, the opening of one of Europe's biggest theme parks as part of a huge regeneration project at Swanscombe and a wide range of colourful festivals and events in Kent's most multicultural community.

Anyone interested should send a CV and cover letter to editor Bob Bounds at [email protected]

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Elly Babu and Nathalie Evele at the November graduation ceremony

Nov
19

It was great to see two Centre for Journalism students graduate at Rochester Cathedral yesterday. Elly Babu, who completed his Masters in International Multimedia Journalism, has been working for BBC Swahili in London before he heads back to Kenya in the New Year to work for them there.

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