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Emmerdale director Ian Bevitt gives Leeds Trinity University students big break as he declares: “Everybody in this room is a director!”

Emmerdale director Ian Bevitt gives Leeds Trinity University students big break as he declares: “Everybody in this room is a director!”

By Immy Share Ian Bevitt turned his audience of students into directors at Leeds Trinity University today during a workshop on Soaps and Storylines as part of Journalism and Media Week. He did so by handing out blank sheets of paper asking his audience of those aspiring to break into the media industry to storyboard interpretations of three random sentences […]

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More Than One Direction: Trinity alumni to return for panel on alternative careers for Journalism and Media graduates

More Than One Direction: Trinity alumni to return for panel on alternative careers for Journalism and Media graduates

By Richard Liddle Leeds Trinity University is to host a panel of alumni who have used the skills they developed in journalism and media degrees to achieve success in other sectors. The panel, titled More Than One Direction, is being held on Wednesday November 6 at 3pm in the Mary Hallaway Lecture Theatre, and will consist of four ex-students – […]

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Head of CIPR highlights false representation of PR in the media

Head of CIPR highlights false representation of PR in the media

By Tom Clayton Leeds Trinity alumna Sarah Hall spoke of the different strands of public relations as she discussed how the discipline is represented in the media. The current president of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations used herself as an example when discussing how PR is portrayed in modern journalism and television in a talk for Leeds Trinity’s Journalism […]

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Social class and regional diversity are the main challenges in modern day journalism, says Nina Hossain

Social class and regional diversity are the main challenges in modern day journalism, says Nina Hossain

By Charlotte Lascelles Yorkshire-born journalist, Nina Hossain, broke down the main issues and challenges of diversity in her talk about the media industry. The ITV News presenter took part in Journalism and Media Week at Leeds Trinity University to talk about her thriving career, how the world of breaking news works and on the diversity challenges she faced when training […]

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Graduates offer career advice to journalism and media students

Graduates offer career advice to journalism and media students

By Charlotte Lascelles Four graduates of Leeds Trinity University returned for Journalism and Media Week 2018 to talk about their experiences post-university. The graduates – Otis Holmes, Charlotte Regen, Xanthe Palmer and Becky Hammill – took part in a panel session with current students to talk about their experiences of working in the industry, as well as offering advice on […]

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One Show editor to bring key message of versatility at Leeds Trinity Journalism Week

One Show editor to bring key message of versatility at Leeds Trinity Journalism Week

By Tom Clayton BBC TV editor Sandy Smith is set to pass on the benefit of his expertise at Leeds Trinity University during Journalism and Media Week 2018. The current editor of The One Show will discuss all things TV when he gives his talk in the Mary Hallaway lecture theatre on Monday. Sandy is linked to the University through […]

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M&S launches Frazzled Café for mental health talk

M&S launches Frazzled Café for mental health talk

By Terrileigh Wilkinson HIGH STREET giant Marks and Spencer has joined forces with comedian Ruby Wax, a leading mental health campaigner, to launch the Frazzled Café.

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