Medievetare, webbredaktör och journalist, bosatt i Göteborg. Avslutade nyligen en master-utbildning i journalistik på London College of Communication.
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Swedish journalist, online editor and LCC journalism graduate. Based in Gothenburg. Want to know more? My CV is available on LinkedIn, follow the link below. Contact me at email@example.com.
The four weeks in the newsroom has truly flown by! Here you can see the result of my first two weeks, spent as a reporter.
Check out the online editions of my stories:
Feature: The power of the little black book.
Good connections within the industry can play a vital part in getting your first job after graduation. This is a feature about networking, approaching potential employers – and why social media is such a great tool.
Feature: Will online news stay free?
A look at the debate about charging for online content – is it the right way to go or not? The print edition went in the centre fold of the paper.Please note that the story online is in two parts! Follow the link at the bottom of the story.
A review of the current photo exhibition at Diemar/Noble Photography in London. Celebrating the first hundred years of photography in France.
David Hillman worked together with illustrators and photographers to create a series of Olympic themed stamps for London 2012. David tells us about his work and give a piece of advice for upcoming designers.
Feature: Save the Herne Hill Velodrome.
The last remaining venue from the Olympics in 1948 still plays an important role in the local community, but is in dire need of a renovation. The project to keep it going is well on its way to secure a continuing legacy.
Arts London News is distributed around the six colleges of University of the Arts London (UAL). Make sure to pick up your own copy on campus!