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The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 28 May-3 June

June 3rd, 2011Posted by in About us, Journalism

The top 10 most-read news stories and blog posts this week on Journalism.co.uk were:

1. Julian Assange wins Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism

2. Mail Online expected to become world’s most popular news website

3. Twitter’s new ‘follow’ button encourages readers to follow reporters

4. How the five journalists with the greatest online influence use social media

5. Five great journalist portfolio and CV websites

6. Bureau of Investigative Journalism to launch new blog later this year

7. #newsrw: Heather Brooke – ‘How do any journalists in the UK do their job?’

8. Visualisation shows the topics New York Times journalists are writing about

9. How newspapers can use Facebook more effectively

10. Complaint against i newspaper for ‘misleading’ claim of no celebrity gossip upheld

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