Social media serves as a space where the distinction between material from journalists and their audience is blended into constantly updating fluid streams of information. Every twist and turn of the news is described, discussed […]
Compete in Hong Kong’s first Editors Lab on December 4th-5th Teams will compete at HKU to develop innovative video news prototypes Each team will consist of a journalist, a developer and a designer No preparation […]
Zaobao.com has launched the inaugural International Chinese Interactive News Awards 2015 to encourage media professionals and journalism students to hone and showcase their skills in news reporting and interactive media presentation.
Finding a job or internship at a large media organisation is always a challenge, but recent graduate Grace Huang (MJ 2013) found that taking online journalism and reporting and writing classes really helped her build up her foundation.
Arielle Emmett, an educator and veteran journalist, has joined the JMSC as a visiting professor this semester, teaching a course in online journalism to Master of Journalism students. She will also be conducting research on global media literacy.
Social media and other technological advances are changing journalism dramatically and helping journalists tell deeper, more complex stories in ways that were not possible in the past, two veteran broadcasters for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation say. […]