"In our TV Newsroom (and in everyone else's , I guess...) when we decide to produce a story for the environment we always ask for scientists' interviews. But , usually, scientists talk too much, use 'difficult' language and a huge…"
What are climate correspondents for? asks Alex Kirby, former BBC environmental reporter. "I will try to go on being what anyone who reportson climate has to be, that contradictory figure, a serious reporter – a doubtful optimist, ahopeful scepticSee More
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Ten, even five years ago, the use of data as a basis for reporting was difficult and costly. Now, with a whole stack of tools to dig into ‘big data‘, join this group and contribute your thoughts on the emerging field of data driven journalism.See More
Recently, Hollywood stars reacted to the Media war surrounding Hamas and the attacks against Israel with major consequences for their own people specially innocent children on both sides.
More than 300 hundred artists have signed a statement from…
A recent British article illustrates, allegedly, the depth of ‘elitism’, even privilege, amongst its higher members of society. Is this a matter of class, culture or constitution? We are back to the politics and it looks like summer holiday illusions of equality are over. The figures are revealing:“…that while 95% of Britons believe “in a fair society every person should have an equal opportunity to get ahead”,…See More