Interested in broadcast journalism? We are now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 paid KMTV internships. Apply the skills you learn at CFJ in a real newsroom. KMTV will be broadcasting LIVE on terrestrial TV sobre the summer so it's an exciting time to join.
Send your CV, Cover Letter and a 60sec voxpop to Laura Garcia on lgarcia [at] thekmgroup.co.uk by Friday the 3rd of March.
I'm delighted to be able to confirm that Associated Newspapers have agreed to award two Daily Mail Scholarships in the Centre this year: a postgradate scholarship and an undergraduate scholarship for final year students. Each scholarship is worth £5,000 and the chance to do work experience at the Daily Mail.
Contestants should submit an original news story of not fewer than 550 words and not more than 1000 words suitable for publication in the print edition of the Daily Mail. All submissions to be handed to Anastasia by noon on Monday 8th May 2017. Each submission should be accompanied by a cover sheet giving your name, the degree for which you are studying and a telephone number at which you can be reached.
Don't forget there is an extra NCTJ Court Reporting session on Thursday February 23rd from 11- 1pm in Room G4-12. This is in addition to your usual Friday morning class. Please bring with you the test paper from last Friday/Anastasia's office.
If you are taking the NCTJ Court Reporting exam and weren't at last Friday's sessions please go to Anastasia's office and pick up three important things. 1. The test paper we have started working on. 2. A general revision guide. 3. A revision guide specifically about the various "sections" you need to know. They are in a blue box file marked "SARAH". You MUST bring the test paper with you to your next session.
On February 11, I tweeted a photo of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani meeting Swedish Prime Minister Löfven in the Sa'dabad Palace in Tehran (adopted from the President's official website). I commented that it was the first official visit by a Swedish PM to Iran.
Many thanks to every student who submitted an entry to this year's competitition. The standard was exceptionally high. However, the panel has reached a unanimous decision. The shortlisted candidates who wlll travel to Sky's Millbank studios in central London on Friday for interview and test are: Bernardita Botto, Duarte Dias, George Nixon and Emma Rae Woodhouse.
For those second year students who think they might take my elective module, JN509 Reporting Conflict, as I mentioned today the assessment has changed to bring it into line with other electives. The exact assessment requirements are as follows.