How I became a… foreign correspondent

How I became a… foreign correspondent

Speaking from Mumbai to aspiring journalists gathered via Zoom, Joe Wallen detailed his career as The Telegraph’s south east Asia foreign correspondent, and the path he took to get there.  Here, part-time News Associates trainee Ellen Murphy tells us what she learnt....
A day in the life of a Washington Post reporter

A day in the life of a Washington Post reporter

Emmanuel Felton, Washington Post race and ethnicity reporter, shared how he built a career in investigative journalism and the challenges of reporting on race in the United States, writes part-time News Associates trainee Micaela Arneson.  Emmanuel didn’t set out to...
New year, new media: 22 journalism predictions for 2022

New year, new media: 22 journalism predictions for 2022

It’s the beginning of a new year and editors and reporters across the country are sharing their journalism predictions for 2022. Journalists, trainees and journalism tutors all know the importance of keeping up with trends, making the most of available technology and...
How to prepare for a journalism course

How to prepare for a journalism course

You’ve been accepted onto your dream journalism course and the start date is looming… so what do you do next? Here are our top tips on how to prepare for a journalism course. Read, watch and listen to as much journalism as you can This may seem obvious, but it’s so...