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Italian freelance journalists protest against working conditions
by Alessia Cerantola
While evidence presented to Leveson is making journalists even less popular in Britain - if that were possible - it is hard to read this dispatch from Italy by Alessia Cerantola without feeling that there are journalists who deserve...
The World in 2012?
The Economist's Daniel Franklin makes predictions and assesses some of the challenges for the year ahead.
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Twitter: out on a wire
by Stuart Hughes
It's not very often that a news organisation reprimands its staff for being too eager to break a story. But recently Associated Press did exactly...
Schools Questions and Answers competition
by Matthew Eltringham
BBC producer Rob Pearson outlines a UK-wide schools competition: The opportunity to hold decision-makers to account is one that youngsters get all too rarely. But for...
How to present breaking news
by Najiba Kasraee
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Alex Crawford reflects
As the first journalist to enter Tripoli with anti-Gaddafi forces, Sky News special correspondent Alex Crawford has been widely acclaimed for her coverage of Libya and 'the Arab Spring'.
In the latest 'Reflections' event at the Frontline Club in London,
Alex spoke to Vin Ray
about her career and the people who've inspired her.
Radio 4's Gwyneth Williams
Gwyneth Williams, controller of BBC Radio 4, is in charge of an institution which many people care passionately about.
In a joint event with the Media Society,
she spoke to Telegraph radio critic Gillian Reynolds
about the challenges, pitfalls and expectations of her role.
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