Syria: journalism is making its citizens’ revolution

With 28 journalists killed while covering the conflict, Syria was by far the deadliest country in 2012. The country is now one of the most challenging locations to report from. Reporters Without Borders recently released its 2013 Press Freedom index, placing Syria the 176th country with less media freedom out of 179 countries in the … Continue reading Syria: journalism is making its citizens’ revolution

Meeting with a foreign correspondent – Stuart Hughes

BBC World Affairs producer Stuart Hughes recently talked to Brunel students about his experience as a foreign correspondent and explained how journalists need to adapt to the changing media landscape.  Sadly, journalism can be a perilous profession and the story of Stuart Hughes demonstrates what it takes sometimes to journalists to bring the news to … Continue reading Meeting with a foreign correspondent – Stuart Hughes

❮INTERVIEW❯ Jessamy: “I would be lost if I couldn’t travel”

“I wouldn’t be who I am today without the experiences had, challenges overcome and friends met during my trips”, explained Jessamy Baudains, a 22-year-old student in Journalism. Guided by her passions for literature, history, photography and travel, her dream is to become a travel writer. “My interest in Journalism didn’t come to me one day … Continue reading ❮INTERVIEW❯ Jessamy: “I would be lost if I couldn’t travel”