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The 'Big Society' is happening - online
by Fiona Anderson
It was timely that the launch of the latest Oxford Internet Survey coincided with the debate in the Commons over releasing all documents about the Hillsborough disaster. The debate came about because of a well supported online petition which, as...


 
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Reaching breaking point: journalism and trauma
by Stuart Hughes
Journalists at Norway's largest tabloid newspaper, VG (Verdens Gang), didn't have to imagine the trauma of the explosion which rocked central Oslo on the afternoon...

iPhone OS upgrade offers smart innovations
by Marc Settle
Like it or not, the impact of the iPhone is disproportionate to the number of people who actually have one. It's thought that barely 5%...


How do I become a journalist at the BBC?
by Jonathan Baker
News in the digital age
The phone-hacking scandal, riots, Wikileaks and super-injunctions have all illustrated the changing face of journalism in the UK today.
Social media has meanwhile become a core part of every news organisation.
Watch Nic Newman present his latest findings on how mainstream media is having to change to keep up in the age of digital discovery.


Justin Webb in conversation
By his own admission, it's taken Justin Webb two and-a-half years to bed in as a presenter of Radio 4's flagship Today programme.
Conducting studio interviews is, according to the former Europe correspondent and North America editor, a very different skill from reporting. "Maybe I'm a slow learner," he jokes, "but it takes time."
In this video, Justin talks to Nick Higham about his most recent role and his career on the road.



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