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Mother Russia?

The work of Photojournalist Pascal Dumont, of the Moscow Times, in his photo series titled “Ukraine Refugees Find Safe Haven Outside Moscow,”  depicts a Russia that many are not used to seeing. 470 more words


Media bodies back fight against 'snooping'

Editors, media organisations, a lawyer and a former police chief have  supported Press Gazette’s Save Our Sources campaign, launched after the Metropolitan Police used the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act to search The Sun’s phone records in secret. 88 more words

Human Rights


“…Who said you can’t find love in the club?
‘Cause I wanna tell them they’re wrong
Come on, just, baby, try a new thing
And let’s spark a new flame…” 707 more words


Curiosity Doesn’t Kill the Cat. It Creates a Newshound

News is a tough mistress and journalists are but its one-night stands. Each dawn brings a new claimant to its affections and a new byline. Like a beautiful woman, it also plays hard to get, reveling in chase. 918 more words

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Investigative Journalism NCTJ: Reporting The Tough Stuff

I’ve been working on a story recently that has given me a peek into the world of investigative journalism.

I’ve been on a learning curve that I decided I would share. 1,207 more words

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Unique new journalism text written by communications faculty

Håndbog i konstruktiv journalistik or Handbook of Constructive Journalism is out this month and is the first textbook of its kind in the world.

Written by DIS Communication faculty member, Journalist and MSc of Applied Positive Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, Cathrine Gyldensted, the book explores viable and solid ways that news and investigative journalism can be innovated through research findings from Positive Psychology and Neuroscience. 89 more words


Who Killed Sam Cook? Family seeking answers 7 years later

LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) -Seven years ago, a Lufkin man was murdered in cold blood while he slept in his bed. Sam Cook was shot three times on September 11, 2007 shortly after midnight. 284 more words