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Journalism careers advice from the 1990s

The Society of Editors has just launched a careers advice page. The press release reads: With specific input from industry figures in broadcast, print, digital and online journalism, the new section aims to inform those who are considering a career in the media industry of exactly what editors are looking for in trainee journalists.Questions answered […]

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NCTJ justifies its existence (again)

Is the NCTJ developing some kind of superiority complex? Is it normal for a professional training body to spend so much time justifying its own existence? In the September issue of British Journalism Review, Andy Bull, the NCTJ’s qualification and careers consultant, attacks media studies degrees and some journalism courses for failing to provide students […]

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