October 8, 2021 •
Media and Politics, Recent, Specialist Journalism •
by Dr James Rodgers
Former Moscow correspondent, Dr James Rodgers, explores the past and present challenges of reporting Russia ...
June 26, 2018 •
Digital News, Recent, Specialist Journalism, Technology •
by Rachel Stern
It’s often difficult for media organisations to cover international events. That’s why journalist Justin Varilek launched HackPack, a platform to connect freelancers worldwide to the news bureaus that need them – making life easier...
February 8, 2018 •
Research, Specialist Journalism •
by Zuzana Veselková
If foreign news offers a window into the world, then the window for radio listeners in the Czech Republic is a fairly narrow one. Researchers from Palacký University in Olomouc found that foreign news focuses mostly on Europe and the...
February 24, 2015 •
Research, Short stories •
by Jørgen Skrubbeltrang
In modern foreign news reporting a ‘fixer’ is becoming as essential to the journalistic process as a foreign correspondent. Without a fixer – a local person hired to help with logistics, contacts and translation – the...
March 8, 2013 •
Newsroom Management •
by Kate Nacy
The ways in which we inform ourselves about the world will evolve throughout our lifetimes – this is certain. Yet for nearly eight decades, the primary means of learning about events beyond our (sometimes insular) communities has been...
February 21, 2011 •
Digital News •
by Kornelia Trytko
What will the future of international news look like in the era of blogs, Facebook and Twitter? Are globalization and new media to be seen as threats or opportunities for foreign correspondents? These and other essential questions are...