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 national newsroom editor

A day in the life of a national newsroom editor

National newsroom editor Abbie Llewelyn shared her experience of covering national stories and developing her journalism career. As special projects editor at Express Online, Abbie leads a research-based news team focusing on exclusives and investigations. She has...
Best places to find positive news

Best places to find positive news

When reading or watching the news, it can sometimes be hard to find stories that put a smile on your face – so we thought we’d help by giving you a list of the best places to find positive news. Whether you’re a sucker for solutions journalism or simply want to find...
Best journalism newsletters to subscribe to

Best journalism newsletters to subscribe to

From jobs and opportunities to personal insights into the industry, here is our list of the best journalism newsletters to subscribe to. When finding quality journalism, we have more choice than ever – newsletters are a fantastic way to cut through the noise and get...
How I got into… entertainment journalism

How I got into… entertainment journalism

We spoke with Beth Kirkbride, editor of The Indiependent magazine and News Associates alumna, about how she got into entertainment journalism and what her advice would be for young people wanting to break into the industry. BETH’S ROUTE INTO ENTERTAINMENT JOURNALISM...