The future of British journalism: “We are not diminishing, we are growing.”
By Caroline Schmitt A reception and two discussions about the future of British journalism was held at the Fronline Club on April 17, 2013. Sam Coates, Banking Editor at The Times, hosted the first panel of young journalists and addressed the audience of representatives of 35 of the country’s best student papers: “I wanna give […]
The future of British journalism: A meeting of the country’s top student papers
Strictly by invitation only. Please contact the organisers for inquiries or view the website here.
On Wednesday 17 April, the editorial teams of the top 40 student publications in the country are coming together for an evening at the Frontline Club.
WikiLeaks: Holding up a mirror to journalism?
View in iTunes Watch the event here. By Will Spens The Frontline Club’s first ‘On The Media’ event of 2011 was a fascinating discussion focusing on the changing and sometimes wrought relationship between the worlds media and WikiLeaks. The controversial whistle-blowing website has attracted intense worldwide interest following the massive releases of leaked US military […]
On the Media: WikiLeaks – Holding up a mirror to journalism?
Throughout 2010 whistleblower website WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange were making headlines with the release of classified documents. Both the leaks and the controversy surrounding Assange have been covered extensively by the media. For the first On the Media discussion of the year we are going to be putting the spotlight on the media and asking what the WikiLeaks operation and the media coverage of it tells us about the press.