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How to be a foreign correspondent - Part 2

 

The second part of our exclusive interview with the Foreign Manager of the Daily Telegraph, Paul Hill...

 

 

How to be a freelance foreign correspondent

Daily Telegraph foreign desk supremo Paul Hill explains what he looks for in a foreign correspondent and how to get onto his hallowed international pages...

How to be a foreign correspondent - Part 3

The third part of our exclusive interview with the Foreign Manager of the Daily Telegraph, Paul Hill...

Opinion: Media's morbid curiosity with terror

Coverage of the terrorist attacks in London has bordered on the obsessive. But who's responsible for the monster our demand for details has created?

Print journalism ‘more prestigious than online’

A poll by the syndication website greatreporter.com shows two thirds of reporters still think print pips the post in prestige over web journalism…

How to be a network political TV reporter

The BBC’s Laura Trevelyan explains how to get your foot in the door of political television news and climb to the top…

Hunter S Thompson: Death of an inspiration

The death of Hunter S Thompson, the pioneer of 'gonzo journalism', is surprising not least because of the manner of his passing…

Journalistic plagiarism is out of control

Plagiarism is not a new phenomenon in the media, but it has run rampant on the back of news websites and ‘blogs’…

Licence to drive: Should it be so expensive?

Passing a driving test in the UK has never been easy, but with increased costs and endlessly long waiting lists getting a licence is now harder than ever…

United States Election: An open letter to voters

As Election Day looms in the US, people in every country watch and wait, while one reporter appeals to Americans to vote responsibly…

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