WE ran a little piece about the music scene from the comfort of our office but here we are at the Essex Skipper pub where we were catching up on an act (Paul Howard and Jo Clack).
IT is good, where you can, to immerse yourself in the community within which you work. You don’t have to wear a press hat but people soon get to know and appreciate your role.
ATTENDING and reporting in court, can be full of little foibles and pitfalls. Every time we attend, we might have a little bit of advice for you.
WE spoke to the leader of Harlow District Council, cllr Jon Clempner about how he saw relationships with press and offers advice to journalists.
COULD it be the end of local press as we know it.
GET OUT and about on a planning story
HOW a former professional footballer is helping young journalists and what we can learn from that.
A Happy New Year….
YOU never know when you will stumble across someone a little bit special.
GET to the job. What happens when you are first to the scene of a story that ends up going all around the world. No pressure.
YOU have to take a holiday but you run an on-line newspaper on our own. So what do you do?
CONTINUING professional development. Otherwise known as go visit another on-line newspaper and find out how it is done.
YOU have got to get yourself embedded in the community. The more people see you, the more they will appreciate you.
DON’T be afraid to get in the car and follow the story. You never know where it might end!
THIS film looks at the fact that running an on-line newspaper is a lot of hard work.
THE films on this channel are simply suggestions to anyone who is or may want to start an online newspaper, or is involved in delivering news in a digital form.