‘Wounded British photographer rescued from Homs’
Paul Conroy, the British photographer wounded in Syria last week in the same attack that caused the death of Marie Colvin, has been smuggled out of the city of Homs and is safe in Lebanon.
‘Bradley Manning nominated for Nobel Peace Prize’
A spokesman for the Nobel Peace Prize jury says 231 nominations have been submitted for this year’s award, with publicly disclosed candidates including a former Ukrainian prime minister and the U.S. soldier accused of leaking classified material to WikiLeaks.
‘Times editor says media not driven to data journalism’
Journalism driven by data has become a touchstone of modern media. Yet data illiteracy among journalists is high, according to Aron Pilhofer. But it’s not rocket science,” he said, and insisted it is “critical” for reporters to acquire at least some basic skills.
‘The Drawing Board: Composition’
Christian Adams, the Political Cartoonist for The Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, writes about timing in cartoons.
‘Eight common mistakes when writing for the web and what to do about them’
A simple checklist of common errors and how to avoid them for first-time writers. Learn how to improve your journalism