If you haven’t stumbled across the new internet phenomenon that is TikTok, I’m slightly jealous. Millions of young people have been caught in the snare of the social media app – 689 million users every month, to be precise.
Journalists: Vile, immoral, sensationalising scumbags with no souls. At least, that is what we thought the general consensus would be when asking strangers what they really think about our beloved profession. In the current political climate, the reputation of journalists has never been more polarised. But are we fretting over
For nearly 25 years, frieze has been covering contemporary art with eight design-heavy issues a year. Since then it has expanded its brand to art fairs in London and New York; an annual publication about historical art; a bilingual arts quarterly in German and English; and year-round art courses and workshops. XCity Plus
XCity Plus takes a trip down to *Research to find out what the staff think about social media’s effect on journalism and how big media trends play into funding and research. A research company in Shoreditch that aims to cover the politics and financing of science and higher education, *Research puts out
We’ve heard what Katie Hopkins had to say in just 30 seconds, so imagine what the MailOnline columnist came out with in a whole 30 minutes. Read the full interview with Hopkins in the next issue of XCity, but if you can’t wait that long for your Katie fix, here’s an exclusive sneak peek of some
There are 5,000 refugees fleeing the North African country, Eritrea, every month. It is the second biggest refugee crisis after Syria, but their stories rarely reach the world’s press. Reporters Without Borders have called Eritrea a “blackhole of information”, ranking its press freedom the worst in the world for the past eight years. Investigative