Tag Archives: Must-read online journalism

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 19-25 November

1. Mail titles hit back at Grant over ‘mendacious smears’

2. Ten things every freelance journalist should know

3. Sky News faces contempt charge over kidnap coverage

4. How to: best post news on Twitter and Facebook

5. Steve Coogan claims Andy Coulson set up ‘sociopathic sting’

6. Tips for freelance journalists on National Freelancers’ Day

7. Mother of Hugh Grant’s baby: press made life ‘unbearable’

8. Guardian apologises to Sun for Leveson doorstepping claim

9. Max Mosley: Press had ‘no human feeling at all’

10. Syrian cameraman ‘mutilated and killed following arrest’

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 12-18 November

1. Stephen Lawrence judge refers Spectator over possible contempt

2. ‘Wherever there was news, we went’: Libya’s ‘A-Team’ fixers on getting the story out

3. How to: get noticed by journalists

4. Ten free apps in the Chrome web store that journalists should know about

5. Phone hacking: Tom Watson attacks BBC over coverage

6. More than 50 Trinity Mirror jobs under threat in Midlands

7. Coverage of Libyan conflict dominates Rory Peck Awards

8. Rippla, a site to monitor the social media ‘ripples’ of news stories, launches

9. Tool of the week for journalists – WhenToTweet

10. Independent and Standard announce merger appointments

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 5-11 November

1. Ten technical Twitter tips for journalists

2. Knight-Mozilla names news technology fellowship winners

3. Telegraph, Mail, Mirror and Sun agree to remove Beatrice images

4. Economist and Bloomberg journalists win Bastiat prize

5. Phone hacking: Tom Crone admits ‘incorrect’ evidence

6. #MozFest – First draft of new Data Journalism Handbook written in 48 hours

7. Media release: StumbleUpon is most important content sharing site for Mail Online

8. James Murdoch refuses to rule out closing the Sun

9. Police Review magazine to close after 118 years

10. Review finds BBC Online weaknesses ‘effectively addressed’

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 29 October-4 November

1. Newspaper image recognition app Paperboy launches for UK titles

2. Journalists get a photo byline in Google News (but only those on Google+)

3. Independent launches site redesign and new iPad app

4. Dying for the truth: drug cartels target journalists in Mexico

5. Phone hacking: Internal NI documents published

6. Fifth of FT.com traffic coming from mobile devices

7. Tool of the week for journalists – TimeKiwi, to create social media timelines

8. Jo Yeates’ landlord: media responsible for ‘extraordinary tissue of fabrications’

9. Investigative journalism news site ExaroNews launches

10. Injunctions furore has calmed, editors tell select committee

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 22-28 October

1. Newspaper sites see traffic drop across the board

2. WikiLeaks suspends publishing ‘to ensure future survival’

3. Future CEO Stevie Spring resigns following restructure

4. Cuttings.me, a new portfolio platform for freelance journalists

5. Tool of the week for journalists – Error Level Analysis, to test if a photo is a hoax

6. Reporting the Arab Spring: ‘These stories will go on and on’

7. IWMF honours four women for courageous journalism

8. News among most popular tablet uses, US report finds

9. BBC Trust launches impartiality review of Arab spring coverage

10. Storify gets a new look and promises ‘to revise the entire reader experience’


The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 8-14 October

1. Daily Mail takes after Werrity with dubious use of Fox business card

2. Guardian to publish daily newslist online

3. Global circulation falls as readers become ‘promiscuous’

4. Independent launches bold new masthead and dumps viewspaper in makeover

5. Guardian to launch ‘reflective’ iPad app at £9.99 per month

6. Keith Perch quits as Leicester Mercury editor

7. Ofcom dismisses PLO complaint against Al Jazeera English

8. Tool of the week for journalists – Codeacademy, for those who want to start to code

9. Paperboy app: Take a photo of newspaper article to find the digital edition

10. Independent launches metered paywall outside UK

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 1-7 October

1. Daily Mail criticised over Amanda Knox guilty story

2. How to: become a roaming reporter

3. ‘If this then that’: ten recipes for journalists

4. Irish Post to be revived by Loot publisher

5. ‘Tenacious’ journalists win press freedom awards

6. Tool of the week for journalists – Topsy, real-time search for the social web

7. BBC to cut nearly 2,000 jobs

8. Free speech groups call for release of Vietnamese blogger

9. Bectu considers legal action over BBC Wales job cuts

10. Phone hacking: Mosley bankrolling Prescott’s case


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

1. Orwell Prize will not pursue Hari over failure to return money

2. ITV apologises after video game footage used in documentary

3. Five tips from a radio journalist who reports solely from an iPhone and iPad

4. BBC News wins top online journalism award

5. Hearsay, a non-Facebook way of social news sharing

6. Tweet, Like and Google +1 buttons: lessons in privacy

7. Frost/Nixon voted best broadcast interview of all time

8. BBC America scoops Emmy for North Korea report

9. Labour criticised over call for journalists to be ‘struck off’

10. Johann Hari offers to repay Orwell Prize money

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 17-23 September

1. The Guardian and Independent launch Facebook apps

2. Times’ Joanna Geary announces move to Guardian

3. App of the week for journalists – VC Audio Pro, a must-have for radio journalists

4. Libya: CNN journalist injured in grenade attack

5. Student’s homeless report wins Breaking Into News contest

6. AP photographer overall winner in press photo awards

7. Broadcasters ordered to hand riot footage to police

8. Google+ is now open to all – but are journalists using it?

9. Tool of the week for journalists – Collaborative video editing platform Stroome

10. New Statesman blog posts breached accuracy code, rules PCC

The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 10-16 September

1. Johann Hari admits plagiarism and returns Orwell Prize

2. Regional newspaper editor asks for job applications via Twitter

3. TUC: NUJ to call for support against far-right groups

4. Meltwater online copyright dispute reaches tribunal

5. Guardian to raise weekday price to £1.20

6. Newsquest North West staff begin strike over job cuts

7. Leveson inquiry: Brooks denied core participant status

8. Tool of the week for journalists – Batchgeo, for mapping data

9. Guardian Student Media Awards 2011: shortlist announced

10. Offices of Al Jazeera’s Egypt TV channel raided