Countries: Great Britain

See also: Northern Europe
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Vietnam: A turning point for reporting war

Join us for this special event to discuss the iconic war reportage, to mark 35 years since the end of the Vietnam War. ...

Regions: Great Britain, United States, Vietnam

Witnessed: 4007 times

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Crossing the streams: is PR becoming more like journalism?

They're supposed to be opposite ends of the spectrum: journalists report the news, while public relations professionals try to influence them. ...

Regions: Great Britain

Witnessed: 2422 times

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Reflections: Jon Snow

In the fifth of this series Vin Ray, former BBC executive will be in conversation with Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow who will be reflecting on his career and the events and journalism that has inf...

Regions: Great Britain

Witnessed: 2079 times

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Frames Of Refuge

The central aim of this project was to help young people understand and reflect the experiences of refugees....

Regions: Great Britain, Iran, Pakistan

Issues: Refugees

Witnessed: 2752 times

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On the Media: Can international coverage survive the digital age?

What does the future hold for international coverage in the digital age? The UK’s public service broadcasting system remains the biggest provider of programmes about the wider world....

Regions: Great Britain

Issues: Freedom of opinion & expression

Witnessed: 2205 times

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Twitter defeats newspaper gagging order

Here's a remarkable video showing a Twitter revolt in action:

Regions: Great Britain

Issues: Corporations and human rights, Freedom of opinion & expression

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The impact of citizen journalism on photography

As part of our Associate Membership programme The Frontline Club are proud to announce our second Networking Event, with the theme of Photography. ...

Regions: Great Britain

Issues: Freedom of opinion & expression

Witnessed: 3849 times

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Insight with Gillian Tett

When she picked up her prize for journalist of the year at the British Press Awards recently, the Financial Times’ Gillian Tett claimed the accolade was a vindication for “the geeks” and “anor...

Regions: Great Britain, United States

Witnessed: 3774 times

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Watching the detectives: the media and anti-terror laws

How concerned should photographers and journalists be about anti-terrorism legislation that came into force earlier this year making people taking pictures of the police potentially subject to fines o...

Regions: Great Britain

Issues: Justice, Terrorism

Witnessed: 1973 times

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Watching the detectives: the media and anti-terror laws

How concerned should photographers and journalists be about anti-terrorism legislation that came into force earlier this year making people taking pictures of the police potentially subject to fines o...

Regions: Great Britain

Issues: Justice, Terrorism

Witnessed: 2296 times

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