Interview: PressPad Founder Olivia Crellin on How She’s Getting Journalism Interns Free Accommodation

Journalism is many things. It’s incredibly rewarding. It’s incredibly creative. It’s incredibly important in a democratic society. However, statistics show that it is not the most diverse of sector. In the UK alone, according to a 2016 survey from City University London, the British journalism industry is 94% white, 86% university-educated and 55% male. What’s more, […]

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An Interview With Blogger and Journalism Student Lydia Wilkins

Hi blog readers! Today, I’m delighted to be able to offer you an interview with Lydia Wilkins. Aside from writing a fantastic blog, Mademoiselle Women (https://mademoisellewomen.com/), she is currently a student at the Brighton Journalist Works, doing a part-time NCTJ journalism qualification. My interview with her, about the course, is a fantastic read for those […]

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Working with New Look and singing in Times Square – an interview with rising duo OMYO’s William Edward

If you think you recognise OMYO, you may well have seen them before. The pop duo, made up of Tom McCorkell and William Edward, have already made it pretty far off the back of a drunk bet made one New Year’s Eve to write a song. The pair have worked on campaigns for New Look and Accessorize and have seen the music […]

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