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The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 27 August-2 September

September 2nd, 2011 | No Comments | Posted by in About us, Traffic

The top stories this week were:

1. How to: write great headlines that work for SEO

2. WikiLeaks accuses Guardian over unredacted cables leak

3. Local newspaper sites see 25% traffic growth in 2011

4. Reporters Without Borders suspends WikiLeaks mirror site

5. Tool of the week for journalists – ifttt, a promising app for dealing with data

6. FT study exposes problems in finding media information on corporate websites

7. How to: syndicate freelance articles abroad

8. Guardian calls on WikiLeaks to scrap ‘grossly irresponsible’ release plans

9. WikiLeaks publishes all 251,000 US embassy cables

10. BBC Somali launches special broadcasts on famine aid

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The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 13-19 August

August 19th, 2011 | No Comments | Posted by in Traffic

1.  Ten things every journalism student should know

2. How to: know when to use photos from social media

3. Editorial in Newsquest papers calling for capital punishment ‘was just a bit of fun’

4. PCC rejects Wayne Rooney’s complaint over tax story

5. Tool of the week for journalists – WhoReTweetedMe

6. Facebook study finds Independent’s content was shared and likes 136,000 times in one month

7. Hundreds complain to BBC over Starkey’s Newsnight remarks

8. Israel: Al Jazeera bureau chief ‘held without charge’

9. Second country expected to adopt group paywall later this year

10. FBI finds ‘no hard evidence’ of 9/11 phone hacking

 

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The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 6-12 August

August 12th, 2011 | No Comments | Posted by in About us, Traffic

1. London riots: Five ways journalists used online tools

2. London riots: journalists attacked across city

3. Student’s riot blog brings in a million views in one day

4. ‘It’s gone viral': How a student’s riot liveblog brought a million views in a day

5. How to: shoot and edit video on an iPhone

6. BBC reporters flee on foot as radio car torched in Salford

7. Journalism school to appeal loss of NCTJ accreditation

8. ‘They were planning to kill me, it was really bad’

9. IPCC ‘may have misled’ media over Duggan shooting

10. New York Times launches collaborative testing website

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The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 9-15 July

July 15th, 2011 | No Comments | Posted by in About us, Traffic

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

1. Johann Hari suspended pending investigation

2. How to: create a Facebook page as a journalist

3. Labour MP criticises BBC for not taking hacking seriously

4. How not to get your phone hacked

5. How journalists can use Google+ circles

6. Rebekah Brooks accepts invitation to face media committee

7. SunonSunday.co.uk domain transferred to News International

8. BBC World Service audience drops by 14m in past year

9. Adding analysis increases referrals from a journalist’s Facebook page

10. Video: Colin Myler’s final address to News of the World staff

 

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The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 2-8 July

July 8th, 2011 | No Comments | Posted by in About us

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

1. Huffington Post launches UK site

2. News of the World to publish final edition this Sunday

3. Ten ways journalists can use Google+

4. Exciting experiment or nothing new? Bloggers’ take on Huffington Post UK

5. University staff call for withdrawal of Rebekah Brooks’ fellowship

6. Sun sub-editors walk out in protest at News of the World closure

7. Huffington Post UK: Writing for free is a ‘grey area’

8. Phone hacking: Milly Dowler’s parents sue News of the World

9. Fox News Twitter account hacked, claims Obama is dead

10. Google launches What Do You Love search

 

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The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 24 June-1 July

July 1st, 2011 | No Comments | Posted by in About us

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

1. ‘Is there a better way of doing this?': Johann Hari responds to plagiarism accusations

2. Media Standards Trust calls for inquiry into Johann Hari’s Orwell Prize

3. #su2011: New online open newsroom a hit for Swedish newspaper

4. Centaur Media scraps print editions of Design Week and New Media Age

5. Orwell Prize Council begins investigation into Johann Hari

6. #su2011: Forget hyperlocal, the future’s ‘hyperpersonal’

7. Mea culpa? Johann Hari apologises for ‘error of judgement’

8. Seven jobs at risk as Scottish newspaper publisher goes bust

9. #su2011: iPad creates new demand for evening news

10. Bloggers showing ‘plenty of interest’ in writing for HuffPo UK

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The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 18-24 June

June 24th, 2011 | No Comments | Posted by in About us

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

1. How to: record phone interviews on iPhone, Android or landline

2. Web apps v native apps v mobile sites: a guide

3. BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg to leave for ITV

4. MailOnline reaches new record for monthly browser figures

5. Rusbridger: Guardian digital-first strategy will involve ‘significant’ job cuts

6. Paywall rises on FT’s ‘flexible’ iPad and iPhone web app

7. Foreign Office in massive U-turn on World Service headline

8. US newspaper publisher Gannett to lay off 700 staff

9. ITV breaches Ofcom product rules with coverage of river service

10. Sunday Times website scoops six Online Media Awards

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The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 11-17 June

June 17th, 2011 | No Comments | Posted by in About us, Traffic

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

1. BBC developing new iPhone app for field reporters

2. BBC Trust chairman Chris Patten vows to protect World Service from cuts

3. Bahrain to sue Independent over ‘defamatory’ articles

4. Economist reveals download numbers for iPhone and iPad apps

5. Local ad network Addiply secures investment to take business ‘to next stage’

6. Guardian announces new ‘digital-first’ strategy amid losses

7. BBC puts Television Centre up for sale

8. FT web-based iPad and iPhone app a ‘wake-up call’ to publishers

9. Sunday Times apologises to John Prescott over false quote

10. Journalism students travel to Poland for newspaper’s social media experiment

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The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 4-10 June

June 10th, 2011 | No Comments | Posted by in About us

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

1. Ten fantastic apps, tips and tools for recording audio

2. Twitter users face prosecution if they breach injunctions, warns attorney general

3. FT looks to bypass Apple charges with new web-based iPad app

4. Trinity Mirror to cut 90 editorial jobs at Daily Record and Sunday Mail

5. Internships are a mix of exploitation and privilege, says Ross Perlin

6. ‘Stunned’ NUJ in talks with Trinity Mirror over Daily Record job cuts

7. Samira Ahmed to leave Channel 4

8. John Bercow calls the Daily Mail a ‘sexist, racist, bigoted, comic’

9. WordPress rolls out Twitter and Facebook comments options

10. News Corp outlines ‘freemium’ subscription model for Australian


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

June 3rd, 2011 | No Comments | Posted 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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