Haritha Vidyaalayam--Educational Reality Show

Have a flair for investigative journalism? Approach an NGO

Key role in investigative journalism now played by NGOs

By Roy Greenslade/Guardian

Paul Lashmar, a former investigative journalist and now acting head of
journalism at Brunel University, sees reasons to be cheerful about the
state of investigative journalism in Britain. He points to "the rise

Wanted -- Someone to report as journos march to protest job loss

As newspaper shares slide, City expects drastic change

By Roy Greenslade/London Evening Standard

A group of journalists are highlighting their anger about newspaper
redundancies by dressing as cowboys and cowgirls. On Wednesday
morning, 38 members of the National Union of Journalists in Sutton

Book clubs? Say that again

In A Sign Of The Times, Bertelsmann Closes Its Book Clubs Division

By Laura Hazard Owen/paidcontent.org

Book clubs were once an essential revenue stream for the book
publishing industry, with millions of customers buying discounted
books directly. But today, with deep discounts and wide selections
offered by online retailers, book clubs have become much less
important to the publishing industry. In a nod to

'For BBC, a time for breaking tears'--Feedback

Horrible wastefulness and duplication of coverage by the BBC. Is it not?
Kurian Pampadi, Journalist

Original mail:

Hundreds of BBC News jobs at risk in attempt to cut costs by £89m
Reporters among 8,000 staff under most threat from World Service
merger with News after licence