Frontline Club magazine

June 5, 2009

Frontline Broadsheet is coming

The quarterly Frontline Broadsheet is coming. It’s high quality. It’s printed – and yes I do mean on paper, we’re doing this the old fashioned way – and it’s subscription only. To find out more send an email to [email protected] with the word BROADSHEET in the subject header. For blog readers and Twitter followers, here’s […]

July 8, 2008

Live tonight: Misha Glenny on McMafia

Misha Glenny, author of McMafia, will be in conversation with the BBCs Paul Kenyon tonight at the Frontline Club. You can watch, listen and join in on our live video channel from 7.30pm UK time. I’ll send out a Twitter message as we go live – please sign up for our Twitter updates if you […]

April 14, 2008

From the Frontline clubroom

The Frontline Club is profiled in The Independent newspaper today. Chris Green heads into the clubroom and rummages through the glass cabinets full of memorabilia left by the foreign correspondents and war reporters who make up the club’s membership. Among the bits and pieces he finds is Vaughan Smith‘s mobile phone, “We heard there was […]

April 8, 2008

Social media news tracking

Georg Blume of Germany and Kristin Kupfer of Austria left from Lhasa train station in the early hours of Thursday March 20th. In so doing they became the last two foreign journalists to leave Tibet after being forced out by the Chinese authorities. “If they don’t have anything to hide, then why are they making […]

March 4, 2008

Social networking sites have brought new opportunities for journalists, and new problems

Social networking sites like Facebook and Bebo are awash with video and pictures uploaded by the general public. News organisations are grappling with what they can and can’t use from the sites, but there is no agreed standard and recent months have seen them make a litany of mistakes. In January, Steve Herrmann, Editor of […]