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What is a fully converged journalist? – NCTJ Journalism Skills Conference 2010

How Liveblogging is Changing Journalism

Liveblogging from a bench - is this convergence journalism? Photo:

Regional editors and journalism lecturers came together this morning to discuss what makes a journalist ‘fully converged’.

As part of day two of the National Council for the Training of Journalist’s (NCTJ) Journalism Skills Conference, I took part in this discussion alongside Ed Walker, communities editor at Media Wales, and Kevin Leonard from BBC Cardiff (see my presentation here). Read the rest of this entry »

Notes from Cardiff Tomorrow’s Journalists Conference: Blogging love-in, lobby reform, local gloom and blond bombshells

Tomorrow's journalists conference at Cardiff University

Yesterday Cardiff School of Journalism alumni and current students gathered in the Bute Building in Cardiff to hear a broad spectrum of industry professionals give their views on the future of journalism at the Tomorrow’s Journalists Conference 2010.

I was there to take part in the final talk along with the fabulous Hattie Brett from Grazia and Sally Rourke from ITV.

Throughout the rest of the day we were treated to the latest ideas and views from journalists from all fields – looking at all topics from the relationship between Google and the BBC, to political spin, and the uncertain future of S4C. Here are my notes from the day. Read the rest of this entry »