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Important: All CFJ computers will be wiped of student data during August. Priority

Jun
29

All newsroom computers will have their yearly 'service' and upgrades beginning on the 1st August 2015.

**ALL STUDENT DATA WILL BE WIPED AND CANNOT SUBSEQUENTLY BE RETRIEVED.**

As all students should already have their data stored on their own backup media (hard drive, cloud etc) this should present no problems and is an essential part of keeping the CFJ's Imacs running smoothly.

PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE ALL OF YOUR WORK BACKED UP ON YOUR OWN DEVICES/STORAGE WELL BEFORE 1st AUGUST. 

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NCTJ Awards for Excellence 2015

Jun
25

The NCTJ Awards for Excellence are open for entries from students and trainees across the UK.
 
The awards recognise and reward the best journalism students completing NCTJ courses and journalists with less than two years' experience in the industry. For the first time, the awards are being opened to those studying the Diploma in Journalism by distance learning and the trainee category will be widened to include those with less than two years’ employment in any sector of journalism who have completed the Diploma in Journalism. 

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The Sun's Jacob Lewis on how the CfJ prepared him for globetrotting, eating sheep eyeballs and wearing high heels on cobblestones

Jun
24

In the latest of our video chats with recent CfJ graduates, Jacob Lewis of the The Sun talks us through the gruelling hardships of travelling the world for a national newspaper.

 

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Job going on the Isle of Wight

Jun
16

Sorry for my tardiness in posting this.

A job is going for a trainee reporter at the Isle of Wight County Press. Nice little place to work. It is going through some upheaval at the moment, so what you will be working on will be different to how I started out, but it is a nice company to work for and independently owned.

If you want any extra info, give me a shout on mpmckew212@hotmail.co.uk.

 

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Vacancies at Newquest, Weymouth Dorset

Jun
15

There are vacancies for Graduate Copy Editors at Newsquest in Weymouth.  Newsquest is one of the largest regional newspaper publishers in the UK with 18 daily and 230 weekly and monthly titles.  They are looking for graduates with journalism degrees who have done media law and public affairs.  Start date 8 July with interviews 22 June.   To request an application form email GES@newsquest.co.uk quoting GCEWEY.  For any other information contact Carl Blackmore, Regional Production Manager, 01305 830900.

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Shorthand Classes w/c 15 June

Jun
12

There will be no MA shorthand class on Wednesday 17 June and no UG class on Thursday 18th.

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*ALL STUDENTS* PLEASE RETURN ALL CFJ KIT

Jun
08



Could students please return all CFJ kit to Gerardo by thursday 11th June.  I need to audit the equipment.

On this occasion I will waive the late return fee.

Please ensure your kit is complete and tidy and that all accessories are present. Tell me about losses/breakages please. 

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Cancelled: Year 1 NCTJ Public Affairs revision session, Tuesday

Jun
01

Unfortunately I have had to cancel Tuesday's revision session because of work commitment. Thursday session is still on.

Paul

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NCTJ Public Affairs revision sessions today

May
28

MA Students, 2pm M1 22

Year One students, 3pm M1 22

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Should Bahar Mustafa keep her job?

May
27

It is said that there is a special place in hell for women that do not support other women.

I, unfortunately, appear to be one of them in this situation.

 

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