Reporting and photos by Corinne Vigniel In covering the story of the missing Hong Kong booksellers—one of the biggest local stories of the year—BBC correspondent Juliana Liu described weeks of chasing reliable sources and one […]
In the age of social media, journalists are no longer only in the information business, they’re also in the attention business, says Professor Alfred Hermida. Prof Hermida said that people today often go directly to […]
JMSC master of journalism students reporting on the Hong Kong Occupy Central protests have achieved great success with their stories, photos and videos published by major media organisations around the world.
Graduate students at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre recently returned from winter internships all over the world with a lot of experience and quite a few published articles under their belts. JMSC students had their […]
Over the winter break, more than 50 students from the JMSC completed internships in media organisations in Hong Kong, China and round the Asia Pacific Region. Companies taking JMSC students included Time Out HK, the South China […]
The JMSC has placed more than 50 students in internships in media organisations over the winter break. Both Master of Journalism and Bachelor of Journalism students are taking up work placements in Hong Kong, China and […]