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Podcast articleLisa Mitchell, director of editorial Content at BFBS, on serving a military audience

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The British Forces Broadcasting Service is part-charity, part-news organisation. A seasoned editor discusses lines of impartiality, championing heroes and innovation in news

How can the local news sector hang on to its young stars?

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Low pay and job layoffs are putting talent off pursuing a career in the industry: "it really seems like we're commodities, and it doesn't matter how committed or able people are"

Podcast articleYehong Zhu, CEO of Zette, on launching and growing a news media startup

A Forbes business reporter-turned-entrepreneur sheds light on how to ignite your engine as a news business and secure venture capital investment

BBC journalist Clive Myrie on diversity, impartiality, press freedom and mental health

"I didn’t set out to be a totem for the black community, but if I am encouraging younger black kids to get into this business: that’s wonderful"

Futureproofing your newsroom: understand your USP in a crowded space

Journalism innovators at the Society of Editors' Future of News event say that the bustling attention economy forces news outlets to prioritise user needs and experimentation

Today’s top tip for journalists

Tip: Five steps to making your workplace Gen Z friendly

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Hire and retain talent from a generation with different expectations at work

Jobs board

Global health editor

Independent, not-for-profit investigative journalism organisation is looking for a new editor to lead its global health team

PR of the week

IBS trial discovers all-in-one treatment

Virtual trial reveals Enterosgel®, an intestinal adsorbent, is a safe effective treatment for the main symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome with diarrhoea (IBS-D)

Freelancers for hire

Features

Eight tasks ChatGPT can do for journalists

No, AI cannot replace you. But it can remove some of the everyday tedium so you can focus on what you do best: actual journalism

Journalists among the least trusted people, says Edelman study

The media is caught in a cycle of distrust and it is not helping depolarise the information ecosystem

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