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Every thursday morning in the Springfield  district courthouse, there are about 30 people of all races and ages who have been placed under arrest by the court to appear before debt collectors. 1,013 more words


Faces of Journalism: Bob Woodward & Carl Bernstein

Today on our faces of journalism series, we have a two for one special!

If you know who these two gentlemen are, then you would know why you can’t talk about one without the other- it would be a disservice to what they both accomplished. 395 more words

Presidential elections in Chad: Confusion

‘Les tirs de joie tuent les gens’
(Facebook Messenger)

10 April: day of the votes
No Facebook, no Whatsapp, no sms messages: this all leads to a weird silence. 1,275 more words


Female Arts in association with South Street Arts Centre celebrate five years of gender equality activism with ‘Rebellious Acts’ an evening of incendiary new writing on Saturday 14 May at South Street Arts Centre in Reading. 356 more words

Women Playwrights

The role of user-generated content in reporting for The River newspaper

What is user-generated content?

“Citizen Journalism: It’s one of the hottest buzzwords in the news business these days,” said Poynter, a global leader in journalism. 569 more words

Kingston University

Where next for Anywhere but Westminster?

I love what John Harris and John Domokos have been doing with their ad hoc video journalism project “Anywhere but Westminster” for the Guardian. Theirs was an inspired decision four years ago: to travel around the UK to cover national politics rather than stagnate among the self-absorbed and self-obsessed of London’s media and political pools. 258 more words