Showing items tagged with 'specialist writers'
23 February 2016: Whether it is covering crime, the arts, politics or a region, there are many benefits to being a special correspondent.
12 January 2016: This NUJ event in Newcastle will bring together specialists covering crime, the arts and regional news to share secrets of the trade.
3 November 2015: Hated by spin doctors, specialist correspondents can use their knowledge to raise their profile by being the go-to person in their field.
4 September 2015: Top names from broadcasting and print share the skills needed to be a specialist journalist or add a specialism to your freelance portfolio.
23 March 2015: Writing and reporting on the NHS is becoming a complicated business. This event brought together an expert panel to give tips and discuss the issues.
10 November 2014: Health Service Journal's Shaun Lintern on why it is important that a "young, underpaid but nonetheless enthusiastic journalist" will be watching what's happening in your town hall.
4 July 2014: Cardiff and South East Wales NUJ branch sponsored the event attended by arts writers and critics from BBC Wales, Media Wales, New Welsh Review, Culture Colony Quarterly and freelance journalists.
23 April 2014: A survey shows health writers struggle to keep the public up to date with NHS reforms and health PRs have been forced to act unethically.
30 January 2014: This is the second International Conference on Health Journalism to be held at Coventry University, aimed at working journalists, NHS PRs, lecturers in journalism and journalism students.
13 November 2008: Time Out has entered into consultation with staff to cut up to 13 posts, representing 8 per cent of the workforce.