Members, new and old, please join us for our April meetup, with drinks kindly supplied by Chivas Regal. Please RSVP to Membership Co-ordinator, Sophie Nagovitsyna.
On 5 December we will be celebrating the Frontline Club’s tenth birthday at our annual members’ party. During the evening we will be raising money for the Frontline Fund, a special project launched in 2007 to raise money for the families of fixers killed or injured around the world while working with the international media. […]
The infamous Club Quiz returns after the summer break with quizmasters Caroline Johns and Dr Keith Surridge. Having previously been billed as one of ‘the hardest quizzes in London’ it is sure to attract the cream of Frontline Club quizzing talent.
There are only four days left for Frontline Club members to nominate the best journalism they have seen this year in each of the following categories: Print | Broadcast | Photojournalism | Tribute.
The Frontline Club Awards for excellence in journalism aim to recognise recognise journalistic integrity, courage and independence of spirit, and include the work of freelances.
As another year comes to a close we warmly invite our members to join us to celebrate our eighth anniversary.
An opportunity to enjoy the company of the Club’s members and also a great night to introduce friends and colleagues who are interested in joining, so please bring a guest. Complimentary drinks will be available courtesy of our generous sponsors, Chivas.
During the evening there will be a presentation of the Frontline Journalism Awards recognising excellence in journalism, which for the first time have been nominated by Frontline Club members. An auction will also be held in aid of the Fixers’ Fund.
Please join us for March’s Club Quiz with quizmaster David Dickinson.
You can enter as an individual or as a team of six. All money raised will go to the Fixers’ Fund which raises money for families of fixers around the world killed or injured while working with the international media. This event is open to everyone.
David Dickinson is a historical crime writer and former editor of Newsnight.
Members of the Frontline Club got together on Thursday 20 January for what chair John Owen described as an “unprecedented meeting of the clan”. Called to discuss Club founder Vaughan Smith’s support of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his decision to give him a bail address, the meeting was an opportunity for members to express […]