Two journalism students have attended an awards evening in London after being shortlisted for a major industry prize. Third-year BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism students Beth Graham and Tanya Yilmaz attended the glitzy ceremony on 4th March to mark the Professional Publishers Association’s (PPA) New Talent Awards 2014. They were both nominated for the Most Promising… Read more »
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Four students from the Media School have teamed up to launch a new student magazine, focusing on the radical side of life at university. CRUX MAG, set to be launched on 1st March, aims to provide the most complete compilation of student events on the web, featuring listings, playlists and articles on the more alternative… Read more »
The Bournemouth Rock newspaper is offering a £25 ODEON Cinemas gift card for the reader who is able to predict the most winners at the upcoming Academy Awards. Via an online form, readers of the paper are invited to predict who they expect to win in all 24 categories at the Oscars on March 2…. Read more »
The journalism department at Bournemouth University has become the first higher education establishment to support the innovative app Vizibee, described as a “video network for journalists”. Developed by a team that included two BBC journalists, the app joins other tools like Vine and Tout that allow users to shoot videos of varying lengths. Vizibee, released… Read more »
An international online journalism site, aimed specifically at girls, has expanded to Bournemouth University. Her Campus features style, beauty, health, love and lifestyle content, written by female students for other women at university. Based in Boston, USA, it now has more than 200 chapters across the world, covering America, Australia and the United Kingdom.