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29 January 2016: BBC World News journalist Lisette Johnston leads a discussion into the increasing ‘overlap’ between User-Generated Content, blogging, citizen journalism, new media marketing and more traditional news practices.
18 June 2014: Harassment, discrimination and sexist behaviour are still part of the toxic environment women experience, the conference of the Association of British Science Writers heard.
2 May 2014: John Kerry, US Secretary of State, voices concerns over Ethiopia's detention of six bloggers and three journalists
4 July 2013: Graeme Smith, who entertained readers with a humorous and thoughtful blog about his illness since it was diagnosed eighteen months ago, has died of a brain tumour.
16 May 2013: Some of the biggest names in journalism, including Channel 4, Sky, New York Times, USA Today, CNN, MSN, The Guardian, Times, BBC, al–Jazeera and Huffington Post, are among the finalists for this year's Online Media Awards.
8 January 2013: Peter Avis, one of the NUJ's most devoted and best-informed Francophiles, has died.
31 March 2010: An anonymous reporter who describes "the death of local journalism" underlines the need for urgent action to save professional newsgathering in Britain and Ireland.