I reveal how BBC Football’s live text is created and explain why it’s such a good example of a live blog.
As part of my course I have a hand in running a website about online journalism called Interhacktives. A week or so ago I managed to break the site because … Continue reading →
I had a look at how many people click on the links Tweeted by some big name Twitter users and found that, actually, very very few of their followers do.
Those of you who do not or have not attended an MA Journalism course at City University, London will no doubt be nonplussed by the term ‘Interhacktive’. The point of … Continue reading →
Appearing high on a Google search can get you noticed by employers. Here’s a tip on how to do it.
Making a Twitter list may initially seem like a pretty drab affair, however, there are a number of ways that it can help you expand your digital footprint. I’m going … Continue reading →
I recently started a journalism course at City University and my first official lecture was given by digital journalism guru Paul Bradshaw. In it he repeatedly used the term ‘curation’ … Continue reading →
Hello. My name is Patrick and I’m trying to stand out in the cloud. I’ve just started an MA in Interactive Journalism at City University, London and as such I … Continue reading →