presents JournoFest 2022: Full lineup revealed

News Associates’ annual journalism conference JournoFest is back bigger and better for its sixth year. JournoFest 2022 always brings together News Associates and The School of Journalism trainees for a day-long festival of all-star guest speakers – but this year JournoFest is week-long series of events open to the public! We’re kicking off JournoFest on Wednesday May 11 with an in-person and live-streamed launch night and networking soirée. Our keynote panel discussing the theme of ‘Why journ

ONLINE May 5: How to use TikTok as a journalist: FREE to members & current students

Want to use TikTok to promote your journalism but not sure where to begin? Think you’re too old for TikTok? This event is for you. Join us for an hour’s lively discussion about how to make the most of the fastest growing social media platform as a journalist. Our expert panel will be sharing tips on growing your own following, filming videos and using TikTok to spread the word about your work. Chaired by Daisy Wyatt @daisy_wyatt (a fan of the ‘2 Old 4 TikTok’ podcast), Head of Digital at Mail+

How To Be A Successful Podcaster

A panel event I hosted for Women in Journalism on 'How To Be A Successful Podcaster' in April 2021: Tune in to our panel of top podcasters from legacy print titles to lone freelances. You’ll hear about how to find and grow an audience, how podcasting can extend and enhance your existing personal or company brand, and if you can make money out it. Chaired by Daisy Wyatt, WiJ committee member, newly appointed Head of Digital @mailplus, the Daily Mail’s new subscriptions site, and formerly head of digital at the iPaper. Panel includes: • Hannah Ajala , Freelance journalist and founder We Are Black Journos & BBC Africa podcast producer. • Lorraine Candy (Postcards from Mid Life) • Francesca Specter (Alonement) • Cara McGoogan (Bed of Lies v the Daily Telegraph) named news website of the year at Drum Awards named News Website of the Year at Drum Online Media Awards i’s digital journalism won three awards and was highly commended in two further categories i‘s website has been named News Website of the Year at the annual Drum Online Media Awards, beating competition from the Evening Standard, HuffPost UK and South China Morning Post. The opinion section also received the award for Best Commentary, recognising its broad diversity of voices from experts to ordinary people that

i shortlisted in 12 categories at The Drum’s 2020 Online Media Awards

i is the most trusted national newspaper according to PAMCo industry body i has been shortlisted in 12 categories at The Drum’s 2020 Online Media Awards . was shortlisted for National News Site of the Year; for Best Launch/Relaunch; for Best News Journalism; and for Best Commentary. To find the Digital Edition, go to either the App Store ( or Google Play ( and search “inews Digital Edition” to download it. The Digital Edition can also

i is 'most trusted' national newspaper brand, industry research finds

Readers are seeking trusted and impartial sources of news and i scores highly in print and online i is the most trusted national newspaper according to PAMCo industry body i has become the most trusted UK national print newsbrand, research by industry auditor PAMCo has found. i’s trust approval rating stands at 86 per cent for the newspaper edition, ahead of The Times (78 per cent), The Daily Telegraph (69 per cent) and The Daily Mirror (61 per cent). i has drawn level with The Guardian, wit

'Be helpful or prepare for the worst': how editorial teams are innovating in crisis

The reverberations of Covid-19 are putting news media under immense pressure at a time when they have a vital role to play in the spread of public information. Print, digital and broadcast media have all faced vast disruption these past few weeks, with memos increasingly abounding announcing paycuts and furloughs. Those that remain are being forced to innovate out of necessity – and the furloughed souls may find themselves returning to a very different industry. The mass lockdown has also insp

The i sees newsletter growth by opening up dialogue with readers during coronavirus lockdown

The i paper has adapted its daily round-up newsletter to build a more personal dialogue with readers during the coronavirus (Covid-19) lockdown – and has seen subscriber growth as a result. Where before the briefing would go straight into the news headlines, since 18 March it has taken on a community feel, talking directly to readers and asking what they want to see covered. Part of the change involved giving the newsletter a regular picture byline – that of engagement editor Sophie Murray-Mor

Shortlist announced for the National Press Awards for 2019 – Society of Editors

** Please note due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the awards have been postponed to a date later in the year.** Shortlists for the premier awards celebrating the best of UK national journalism have been announced. Organised by the Society of Editors, the National Press Awards for 2019 will recognise reporters and correspondents, commentators, columnists, cartoonists, designers, podcasts, photographers, scoops, investigations and campaigns. The awards culminate with the coveted News Website of the Y

JPIMedia steps up its mobile-first strategy with a new i newspaper app

After re-designing the mobile version of its website mid-September, i launched an app yesterday (21 October 2019) which brings the new look directly into users’ smartphones. This move brought stronger focus on mobile-first formats and smartphone users habits. For example, in addition to subheadings and online images to help readers navigate the story on the palm-sized screen, the publisher uses grey fact boxes to highlight significant quotes, pull out key information or highlight case studies.

The i launches paid-for news app with three daily editions and live breaking news

The i paper has launched a new paid-for app publishing the best of its journalism in three daily editions alongside live breaking news. The inews UK app will cost £5.99 per month and will publish daily at midnight, midday and 5pm. The model is similar to that of the Times. It promises content “hand-picked by specialist editors”, including newsroom exclusives and premium content from syndicated partners. Articles can be read offline, with readers able to customise their newsfeeds with their fa

i named brand of the year at British Media Awards 2019

i named brand of the year at British Media Awards 2019 Left to right, MC Colin Murray with i editor Oliver Duff, digital editor Daisy Wyatt and assistant editor Hanna Tavner (Photo: BMA) i has been named 2019 Media Brand of the Year at the prestigious British Media Awards, beating competition from The Times and The Sunday Times. Judges praised i’s “impactful news coverage, stylish comment, striking design and focus on innovation” and called i the “best of the best”. They singled out “agenda-

Guardian, i, Economist and FT win at British Media Awards 2019

The Guardian, i, The Economist and the Financial Times picked up the top prizes at Campaign's British Media Awards 2019. Guardian News & Media, the publisher of The Guardian, won Media Company of the Year after breaking even on an operating basis for the first time for two decades, thanks to its pioneering model of voluntary reader donations. GNM beat UKTV, which picked up silver, and Hearst UK, which collected bronze, in the fiercely contested category. i won Media Brand of the Year, with th

i shortlisted for four awards at the Drum Online Media Awards

i shortlisted for four awards at the Drum Online Media Awards 2019 i has been nominated for National News Website, Editorial Campaign and sees two staff members nominated for Journalist of the Year In the past year, has regularly published exclusives, grown its audience by 457 per cent and become the most trusted newsbrand publisher online i has earned four nominations at 2019's Drum Online Media Awards, which take place on 30 April. has been shortlisted for National

Trust in i's journalism is at a record high according to new research

Trust in i's journalism in print and digital is at record high, according to new industry research Trust in this business is hard-won and quickly squandered. We’re grateful to readers for supporting 'i' journalism Most journalists want their work to be read (or heard or seen) as widely as possible. There’s more to this than ego. Every day, powerful reporting helps to change lives around the world, often in small ways, sometimes profoundly. There is little point in building audience scale, ho

Immediate, Dennis, FT and i lead British Media Awards 2019 shortlist

Immediate Media, Dennis Publishing, the Financial Times and the i newspaper have topped the nominations list for Campaign’s British Media Awards 2019. Immediate was the most shortlisted company with six nominations at the awards, which reward excellence in UK-based national, local and international media. Dennis, the Financial Times and i were next best with five nominations each. Six titles are vying for Media Brand of the Year: BBC Good Food, Beano Studios, the Financial Times, i, NME and T

2018 British Media Awards: i wins seven trophies

i staff celebrate at the British Media Awards. From left: Fran Excell (commercial), Lee Finch (commercial), Daisy Wyatt (assistant editor), Cahal Milmo (chief reporter), Steve O'Meara (commercial), Hanna Tavner (assistant editor - iweekend), Curtis Reed (commercial), Oliver Duff (editor), Andy Webb (head of sales). (Picture: Hanna Tavner) Up against competition including the Financial Times, The Guardian, The Times, Channel 5, BT Sport and the BBC, i collected three gold awards, more than any o
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