Hello! has recruited a City Journalism BA student for their first diversity internship. This remote internship pays £75 per day and aims to equip students from minority backgrounds with experience and confidence when applying for jobs.
Three prominent British journalists who know all about creating data-driven work are: John Burn-Murdoch, Senior Data-Visualisation Journalist at The Financial Times; Ashley Kirk, Visual Projects Editor at The Guardian; and Alex Homer, Senior Journalist at the BBC Shared Data Unit. Here are their top tips for getting to grips with data-driven journalism.
In movies, journalists are often depicted as cool dudes with a latte in one hand and their Macbook in the other, like Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada. But movies aren’t real life, and sometimes, fictional journalists are too ridiculous to believe. XCityPlus has identified some of the most ludicrous fictional journalist moments.
For journalists working through the pandemic and the changes it sparked, it can seem impossible to balance a career and still take care of their mental and physical health.
But what about the people who write about these topics for a living? We spoke to some leading health journalists to find out how they stay happy and well when working from home – and what they’ll do going forward.