Tag: Bristol Branch

“What’s the Blogging Story?” Watershed, Bristol, 22 October 2010

| November 2, 2010 | 0 Comments

What’s the relationship between traditional and new media? An evening of debate with mainstream journalists and bloggers.

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We’re the ‘mass’ in ‘mass media’: bloggers meet journalists with Bristol NUJ

| October 26, 2010 | 0 Comments

‘Newspapers used to be the mass media. But this is the mass media now,’ declared Guardian media commentator Roy Greenslade at Bristol’s Watershed last Friday to a packed audience of bloggers and journalists.

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What’s the Blogging Story?

TWO media events are coming up this October in Bristol, co-organised by Bristol NUJ, on journalism, blogging and technology – and the conflicts and challenges they raise. There’s a fantastic line-up of star speakers, and workshops where you can get to grips with the issues. It’s open to the public, down at the Watershed and […]

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Chapman and Harris elected to NEC

Simon Chapman and Di Harris have been elected by NUJ members in the South West to represent them on the NEC, the union’s ruling body.

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Job cuts and roundabouts from Northcliffe

MORE than 30 jobs are at risk at Northcliffe centres in the South West in a wide-ranging series of cutbacks which will see the Bristol-based Western Daily Press come under the control of an editor-in-chief in Plymouth.

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