The Royal Engineers are seeking a social media assistant with many of the skills we teach here in the CfJ. The work is based a Brompton Barracks. A full job description appears in the document below. All applications should be sent to Major Sean Scullion, Chief of Staff, Regimental Hedquarters Royal Engineers, Brompton Barracks: Sean.Scullion788@mod.gov.uk . Applications should include a CV and a covering letter.
On 20 June Radio 4's The Media Show will broadcast a special edition live from the Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House. They have subtitled the event "Revolutions" because they are looking at the revolution that is taking place in how the news is reported. Media Show editor Richard Hooper hopes this will be of interest to students in the Centre for Journalism and he invites you to apply for free tickets via this link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/showsandtours/shows/the_media_show_20june18
Amol Rajan, the BBC's Media Editor, who you will all recall from this year's Bob Friend Lecture, is presenter of the Media Show. He will be joined on 20 June by Fran Unsworth, the BBC's Director of News and Current Affairs and a panel of journalists who are disrupting the mainstream media. There'll be a chance for members of the audience to ask questions. After the broadcast there will also be an opportunity for you to meet Amol and ask questions. I encourage you to apply. It is a great opportuniuty
I'm very pleased to be able to confirm that Associated Newspapers have agreed to award two Daily Mail Scholarships in the Centre this year: a postgraduate scholarship for one student studying the MA in Multimedia Journalism and an undergraduate scholarship for one final year student on the BA in Journalism.
Each scholarship is worth £5,000 and the chance to do work experience at the Daily Mail. Winning one of these awards gives you a unique opportunity to make yourself known to a top employer. One of last year’s winners works as a reporter at the Daily Mail.
How can you win? Contestants should submit an original news story of not fewer than 550 words and not more than 1000 words suitable for publication in the print edition of the Daily Mail. All submissions to be submitted to Nicola's office by noon on Tuesday 8th May 2018. Each submission should be accompanied by a cover sheet giving your name, the degree for which you are studying and a telephone number at which you can be reached.
Plainly you need to read the print edition of the Daily Mail and to make yourself familiar with its style and editoriual agenda. Note, please, that the requirment is for an original news story, not a comment piece or feature. For additional advice, please feel free to consult me, Angela, Ian, Rob or Ron. Good luck!
As Kishan explained during his excellent session in the newsroom, there is a chance for two students from the Centre to spend a little time at Peston on Sunday.
To secure this superb opportunity, you should send Kishan and me one side of A4 setting out what you think of one edition of Pesaton on Sunday (this week's or next) and some suggestions for improvement.
Add a couple of paragraphs about yourself and, curcially, why you think you wopuld do a good job at PoS.
Kishan's e-mail address is kishan dot koria at itv dot com and you probably know that I am T.Luckhurst@kent.ac.uk
DEADLINE TO APPLY IS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23rd, 2018
Many thanks to every student who submitted an entry to this year's competitition. The standard was truly excellent. However, the panel has reached a unanimous decision. The shortlisted candidates who wlll travel to Sky's Millbank studios in central London next Friday for interview and test are: Laerke Christensen, Alexander Crean, Isabel Muller Eidhamar and Frazer Norwell. We will arrange a detailed briefing for the shortlisted candidates early next week. Feedback for those who did not make the shortlist will also be available on request. Thanks again to all who competed. It was a privilege to read so many thoughtful submissions. Huge congratulations to those shortlisted.