Within the space of a week, two newspapers I regularly read to keep across stories in the South and South East are closing down. But what can be done to stop the decline of regional newspapers?
Wikipedia is a constantly evolving resource which can provide accurate and interesting data for journalists. But how can news organisations incorporate the entries in accurate reports when the site is so easily open to abuse.
Almost half of all Americans now have access to the web through a mobile device or tablet. What impact are they having on news organisations?
Heather Burke is a very brave woman. Her fiancé Dom Hodgson is organising their wedding with the help of a few friends on social media sites.
Journalists are essentially people who like telling an interesting story to as many people as possible. Developers are constantly looking for content makers to populate their sites and increase traffic. As the media becomes more aware of the possibilities of the web they are increasingly collaborating with developers to tell stories.
Cardiff University and the Guardian Media Group have announced a new Masters programme which will see students study a year long degree with a focus on digital media and journalism.
The social networking site Pinterest has grown rapidly in the UK this year and this blog post looks at the pioneering way that some magazines have adapted to the change.
Facebook is the online tool I have used privately to arrange my social life for many years, but now as a journalist it is also a necessary part of my work life. But where should a journalist draw the line.
A couple of months ago I was asked to provide my colleagues at ITV’s Millbank Office with some training on how to use Twitter, Google+ and other forms of social media. These are my updated notes on how to explain Twitter.
Interview with First Minister Carwyn Jones about the Labour Leadership Contest and Devolution in Wales