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Help us to improve this site – take a short survey

October 15, 2014 7:03 pm : AJE Updates, Featured
The website editor is planning a design overhaul of this site and the AJE’s social media communication. We are keen to hear the views of members and users of the site and are launching a quick survey. [Image credit: Flickr / spike55151] Take the five minute survey now! How could we improve it? What sections more »

Read any good books lately?

October 12, 2014 10:15 pm : AJE Updates, Journalism Books, Journalism-Education
The AJE journal Journalism Education is going from strength to strength and developing interest and influence with every new issue. As part of its ongoing development the editorial team wants to increase the size and scope of the Reviews section by inviting even more contributions. The Reviews section aims to review as many newly published more »

Local and regional journalism after Leveson symposium

October 12, 2014 9:58 pm : AJE Updates, Conferences
Local and regional journalism after Leveson – 5 November 2014 in Chester Registration is now open for this one-day symposium organised by the MeCCSA Policy Network and the University of Chester. It will take place on 5 November 2014 in Chester (Kinsgway Buildings, room CKW132). The event will bring together academics, journalists and NGOs as more »

Fashion Journalism by Julie Bradford

September 20, 2014 10:58 pm : AJE Updates, Journalism Books
Fashion Journalism by Julie Bradford, University of Sunderland. It’s the first textbook about fashion journalism in the UK, and it looks at how it operates, how to get into it and how to do it. It includes lots of interviews with fashion journalists from newspapers, magazines, websites and retail brands, as well as stylists, PRs more »

Eyes Wide Shut? Will the Future of Journalism Mean We Are Better Informed?

September 20, 2014 10:49 pm : AJE Updates
The future of journalism will be debated at a free event at the Frontline Club, London on Wednesday 22 October 2014. The discussion will tackle questions about whether changes within journalism will leave the public knowing more or less than they have in the past. Will new technologies bring us greater depth of information? Will more »

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Brunel seeks journalism lecturer

Journalism@Brunel is looking for a lecturer in digital/multimedia journalism. This is an exciting time to join us. The August 2014 national survey ranked our programmes top in London and seventh in the country for overall student satisfaction. Over 70% of our students achieved a 2.1 and above last year and 85% of our graduates were more »

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External Examiner, MA Magazine Journalism, University of Central Lancashire

Closing date: February 2014 School: Journalism and Digital Communication An external examiner is required for the award-winning MA Magazine Journalism course at the University of Central Lancashire. The candidate should have at least an MA themselves. Contact Journalism division leader Julie Freer on Please visit the UCLAN MA Magazine website for more details.

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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Journalism: LJMU

The Liverpool Screen School seeks to appoint a dynamic, creative and experienced individual to a range of new, Lecturer/Senior Lecturer posts, which have been created as part of a major strategic investment in teaching and research at LJMU. You will contribute to a group of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Journalism and International Journalism. An more »

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Lectureship in Journalism: Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde, a research-intensive university in Glasgow, is advertising a Lectureship in Journalism. The closing date for applications is 11 July. Full details and application procedures are available through the University website Please contact Michael Higgins to discuss the vacancy.

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