A lovely gesture from the folks at the Boston Globe.
There's a very good reason for blogging that has nothing to do with readers
Local journalism has an advantage too many titles have forgotten - closeness to its audience.
Relatives of the missing and the dead after the Manchester bomb are being besieged by journalists. Should we all digital to turn us into persecutors of the innocent?
Yet again, people are rapidly spreading fake news around a major tragedy.
Hey, MSM. The new lefty media are crushing you on Facebook. Does it matter? (Yes) And what can you do about it?
How does the infamous Infowars make money? It's not by advertising…
A year on - is The Times's controversial editions publishing strategy delivering growth for the title?
Martin Belam argues that the lack of digital understanding amongst political journalists is hindering reporting. He's right.
I’m extremely proud to say that the Interhacktives — students on the MA Interactive Journalism at City, University of London — won an award over the weekend. The Student Publication Association held their annual conference and awards – and my students took home a prize:
Or, more accurately, a former Interhacktive, Emily Shackleton — who is now senior social producer at Metro — took home the award on their behalf:
The Interhacktives themselves met this news with the quiet dignity that I’m used to from them: