Tag Archives: most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk

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

1. Al Jazeera to relaunch citizen media platform Sharek

2. Eight top tips for those stepping into data journalism

3. ‘It is time to take storytelling seriously’

4. #jpod – Open data and journalism: How and why journalists should be digging for stories

5. Mail Online editor: Knox verdict report due to ‘human error’

6. Channel 4 scoops three gongs at One World Media Awards

7. BBC accuses China of ‘deliberate’ jamming of World News

8. Vogue editors sign international pact on model photos

9. Arabic rolling news channel Sky News Arabia launches

10. Al Jazeera English closes Beijing bureau after visa refusal

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 21-27 April

1. Vadim Lavrusik: 10 ways journalists can use Facebook

2. How journalists can create Guardian-style data visualisations

3. Sky News apologises for ‘briefly revealing’ rape victim name

4. Liveblog: Rupert Murdoch’s evidence at the Leveson inquiry

5. Neal Mann (@fieldproducer) to join WSJ as social media editor

6. Fleet Street Blues apologises to X-Factor judge Tulisa’s PR firm

7. Orwell Prize: Journalist and blogger shortlists unveiled

8. Google Currents: Five UK publishers hit 100K in two weeks

9. Google closes down online news payment system One Pass

10. MPs discuss local newspapers in wake of Johnston Press cuts

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 14-20 April

1. How the sinking of the Titanic was reported

2. NUJ fears jobs ‘massacre’ as five Johnston Press dailies go weekly

3. Sun journalists to be trained in mental health reporting after complaint

4. Advice on securing your first job in media production

5. Tom Watson phone hacking book out this week

6. US local newspaper launches paid-for HTML5 web app

7. App of the week for journalists: Signal

8. Regional Press Awards shortlist unveiled

9. Reporting the Anders Behring Breivik trial

10. Mail Online expects to become profitable this summer

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 7-13 April

1. Newspaper reporter: fifth worst job? US careers study seems to think so

2. How the Texas Tribune is making $5K a month from Google microsurveys

3. Cameron, Blair and Brown to appear at Leveson inquiry, reports say

4. Hearst unveils new ‘tablet-friendly’ women’s magazine

5. BBC Breakfast moves to Salford: Early reaction

6. Hacked Off: Motorman data leaks are ‘inevitable’

7. App of the week for journalists: Byword, a great text editor for iPhone/iPad

8. Johnston Press confirms further editorial mergers

9. Investigative video news channel to launch on YouTube

10. How citizen video journalists in Egypt are ‘pushing at traditional journalism’

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 24-30 March

1. Rusbridger: Guardian paywall ‘has not been ruled out

2. Five tools for the journalist’s toolbox

3. Two British freelance journalists killed in Syria, CPJ reports

4. Mission America: How the Guardian’s US move has added 4m readers

5. WikiLeaks: ‘We have not finished’

6. Tool of the week for journalists: Timeline

7. Orwell Prize 2012 Journalism and Blog longlists announced

8. How the Guardian’s community of commentators contributes to the story

9. Ex-cricketer awarded £90K damages in Twitter libel case

10. Lost journalists documentary hits $50k goal on Kickstarter

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 5-9 March

1. Twenty inspirational women journalists

2. Frances Harrison: My double life as mother and foreign correspondent

3. Local newspaper paid-for iPad apps hit Apple’s Newsstand

4. Marie Colvin funeral to be held in New York this weekend

5. BBC to launch online corrections page, Trust confirms

6. Sun’s former digital product manager joins Johnston Press

7. Paul Conroy talks about Syria: ‘It’s a massacre’

8. Emap considers selling its print magazines and events

9. Richard Fletcher named as Telegraph website editor

10. Evgeny Lebedev: Independent to launch new campaigning website

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 25 February-2 March

1. Murdoch claims three million sales for Sun on Sunday launch

2. Report: Social media top for future news outlet investment

3. New York Times gets new-look Facebook page with timeline of 160-year history

4. Financial Times to set up new ‘live news’ operation

5. How to: submit a Freedom of Information request

6. Tool of the week for journalists: Cuttings.me

7. Crowdfunding journalism: How one project secured $50,000 in 38 hours

8. Tom Watson: Report could link NOTW with police payments

9. Nick Davies wins Paul Foot award for phone-hacking investigation

10. ABC: Express and Star sees biggest monthly traffic increase

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

1. A Guardian hotel? Publisher says it is ‘exploring options’

2. How to: use Facebook Subscribe as a journalist

3. Former NOTW web journalist launches newsgathering tool

4. Tool of the week for journalists: Press Pass, to search for journalists on Twitter

5. Campaign launched to ‘save the Freedom of Information Act’

6. Johnston Press in consultation with senior executives

7. Emap understood to be seeking new London HQ

8. Ofcom: BBC news report breached girl’s privacy

9. More details emerging about Sun on Sunday launch

10. John Witherow: ‘Marie Colvin was an extraordinary figure’

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

1. Sun editor: Page 3 ‘part of British society’

2. Page 3 campaign grows as Leveson recalls Sun editor

3. Telegraph hires Sky producer James Weeks for video role

4. Heather Mills records 65 hours of ‘harassment’

5. Briefing Media to buy UBM medical and farming titles

6. Police officer cleared over NoW Milly Dowler ‘leak’

7. Tool of the week for journalists – Pinterest

8. ProPublica-inspired global news site launches in Australia

9. EU privacy rulings: ‘huge consequences’ for UK press

10. Ian Edmondson: ‘Culture of bullying’ at News of the World

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 21-27 January

1. How to: prepare for a journalism job interview

2. Johann Hari declines invitation to return to Independent

3. News International to launch Sunday version of the Sun on 29 April, sources say

4. A guide to mastering 100wpm shorthand

5. Women’s groups condemn ‘harmful’ stereotypes in media

6. Is your blog in this PR database of 1.3 million blogs?

7. PA editor: Name mistake ‘catastrophic example of human error’

8. Mail Online publisher: ‘If you don’t listen to your users then you’re dead’

9. App of the week for journalists – Flipboard

10. Tool of the week for journalists – Formulists (use it before it disappears)