It will be GREAT with REALLY GREAT music. BETTER than ANY other FESTIVAL. The weather will be GREAT, spoke with the BIG guy upstairs he said the ice caps are FIIINE, all FAKE NEWS, your new Primeking BORIS & everyone in the world AGREES.
The Frontline Club and Frontline Club Restaurant will be closed for the late May bank holiday.
We re-open on Tuesday 28th May as normal.
Pre-broadcast screening of BBC Our World : The Yazidi Secret Children + Q&A
Insaan Culture Club is pleased to host the London launch of a highly anticipated new book on Pakistan.
Christiane Amanpour, Wael al-Omar, Paul Conroy, Anthony Loyd and Ramita Navai invite you to the annual fundraising dinner for the Frontline Fund.
The evening will begin with a drinks reception in the Clubroom from 7pm, followed by a sit down dinner.
The Frontline Fund , also affectionately known as the ‘Fixers Fund’ and set up in 2007, aims to raise money for the families of the brave media workers killed or injured in conflict zones, while working with international press.
In the eighth of our series of ‘Ethics in the News’ events at the Frontline Club, Hannah Storm, director and CEO of the Ethical Journalism Network, will be speaking to Rana Sabbagh a founder of Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ).
Rana will discuss the challenges of running an investigative journalism organisation based in Jordan and working with journalists in extremely difficult circumstances around the region with Sarah Giaziri , Director of the Frontline Freelance Register, and Mark Hunter, who has worked with ARIJ to develop the ‘Story-Based Inquiry’ approach to investigative journalism.
We will also hear from BBC Special Correspondent Nawal Al-Maghafi and Mohamed Aboelgheit about their experience reporting from Yemen and other countries in the region.
PRINT Christina Goldbaum – ‘Strong evidence that U.S. Special Operations Forces massacred civilians in Somalia’, The Daily Beast Christina Goldbaum is an independent reporter and producer based in Kenya and Somalia. She works in print, still photography and television covering human rights, humanitarian crises and conflict. Her print bylines include the New York Times, Foreign […]
Broadcast JEREMY BOWEN, NIKKI MILLARD, LINA SINJAB AND CARA SWIFT, FOR YEMEN: HUMAN COST OF SAUDI-LED BOMBING CAMPAIGN, BBC NEWS BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen, camera operator Nikki Millard and correspondent Lina Sinjab, managed to get to Sanaa in the early stages of the Saudi-led offensive against the Houthis. They reveal powerful new evidence of […]
Broadcast MEDYAN DAIRIEH Medyan Dairieh is an award-winning freelance filmmaker with over 15 years’ experience documenting conflicts across the Middle East from Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan and Syria. He spent three weeks embedded with the Islamic State (IS), gaining unprecedented access to the group in Iraq and Syria. Photojournalism ERIC BOUVET Eric Bouvet has been […]
Broadcast BEN ANDERSON Ben Anderson is a presenter and journalist, who has worked for the BBC and VICE, as well as The Guardian and The Times. His 2003 series, Holidays in the Axis of Evil, featured Anderson secretly visiting such places as Iran, Iraq, North Korea and Syria. Anderson has furthermore covered gang wars in […]
BROADCAST MANI Mani is a freelance documentary filmmaker and photojournalist. Since 2011, he has mainly focused on the war in Syria and his work as a filmmaker. His photography has appeared in publications such as Paris Match, Le Monde, The Guardian, The Sunday Times Magazine, Die Zeit and National Geographic Magazine. He regularly works on […]
Frontline Club Award MATTHIEU MAUBIEN Matthieu Mabin received the Frontline Club Award for his camera work in Libya. Mabin is a special correspondent for France 24 and has worked in Pakistan, Afghanistan and the Ivory Coast. His journey with Libyan rebel forces as they advanced on Tripoli at the end of August in 2011 was […]
Frontline Club Award JEROME STARKEY Jerome Starkey, born 1981, is a British correspondent, investigative journalist and currently Africa correspondent for The Times. In 2010 Starkey was nearly killed while embedded with British troops in Helmand Province, when an improvised explosive device exploded fewer than 10 metres in front of him. The explosion killed Corporal David […]
Frontline Club Award EMILIO MORENATTI Emilio Morenatti is a Spanish photojournalist. Born in 1969, he began working for a local newspaper in 1989. In 1992, he joined the Spanish news agency Efe. He has worked exclusively for AP since March 2004. Morenatti has many years of experience covering conflict, working for AP in Afghanistan, Pakistan, […]
Frontline Club Award YURI KOZYREV Born in 1963, Yuri Kozyrev is a Russian photojournalist who started his career documenting the collapse of the Soviet Union for the LA Times during the 1990s. In 2001 Kozyrev started to cover developments in Afghanistan, before arriving in Baghdad in 2002. He lived in Iraq for seven years contracted […]
Frontline Club Award JOHN D MCHUGH Born in 1973, John D McHugh is an Irish multimedia photojournalist and filmmaker. He has worked extensively in Afghanistan, covering the war against the Taliban. He has embedded with US, Canadian, British, Danish and Afghan troops. His work has been published in Newsweek, Time magazine, The New York Times, […]
We live in a time when innovation and experimentation in news coexist with a decline in revenue. Some publishers and broadcasters are struggling to find revenue streams; other media startups are emerging; and technology companies like Google and Facebook are assuming the role publishers once exclusively held. Amidst all this disruption, a career in journalism increasingly […]
Here are several free resources that could be useful for journalists interested in online media.
This weekend at Mozilla Festival London, Mozilla launched its Popcorn Maker tool.