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Future of Journalism by Martin Cloake

Back in January, there were two events, organised by and the NUJ, looking at the changing role of the journalist. Martin Cloake attended both and came away with some very upbeat conclusions.

Source: InPublishing Magazine May/Jun 2010

Tea & biscuits? by Martin Cloake

Consultation takes many forms. Sometimes it doesn’t happen at all, sometimes it’s occasional and sometimes it’s mere dressing for a decision already taken. But, more positively, in some companies it is an ongoing deeply ingrained process, where there is a genuine desire to pool resources and benefit from colleagues’ experiences. Martin Cloake sat in on one such session, at RBI.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Jan/Feb 2010

Do we still need proper journalists? by Martin Cloake

With the seemingly remorseless rise of citizen journalists and UGC, do we still need the real thing? Shouldn’t we just hand out camera phones to all and sundry and wait for the exclusives to flood in? And, assuming we do need them, how should we be training them? Martin Cloake ponders this and takes soundings from students, course tutors and others.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Sep/Oct 2009

Skills up, quality down? by Martin Cloake

Today’s journalist is a highly skilled individual. They can write the story, shoot the film, record the interview, edit it all up, sub it and then squirt it down the various tubes that make up today’s multimedia newsroom. The burning question is, says Martin Cloake, can they do any of it particularly well?

Source: InPublishing Magazine Jan/Feb 2009

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