Media Coverage

2017

#LOGANCIJ talks

Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia. 2 November 2017. Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales talks fake news at lively Goldsmiths event by Joe Lyness for East London Lines

James Harkin becomes director of the CIJ 
RISJ Fellow Named as a New Director of the Centre for Investigative Journalism by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford

2016
Gavin MacFadyen's obituaries

Gavin MacFadyen Obituary by Matt Kennard in The Guardian
Gavin MacFadyen Obituary in The Times
Gavin MacFadyen Obituary by Sam Roberts in The New York Times
Gavin MacFadyen Obituary by Emily Langer in The Washington Post
Gavin MacFadyen Obituary by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism 

#CIjSummer Investigative Journalsim Conference 2016
 

Media Matters: Innovation holds the key to industry's survival by Colette Sexton for The Sunday Business Post
 
3 Challenges the Bristol Cable Faces as it continues to grow by Caroline Scott for journalism.co.uk
 
The Ferret's road to sustainability as a media co-operative by Catalina Albeanu for journalism.co.uk
 
Attending Conference on Investigative Journalism by Zabihullah Noori for The Refugee Journalism Project
 
Learning About Tools for Investigative Journalism by Vivienne Francis for The Refugee Journalism Project

CIJ Summer Conference 2015
#CIJSummer

Online search tips every journalist should know
A very good summary of the Murray Dick talk on journalism.co.uk. 

The 3 Levels on the spectrum of interactive storytelling
A summary of Sandra Gaudenzi's talk on journalism.co.uk

Local, Investigative Media: 5 exclusives from The Bristol Cable
How to do local investigative jorunalism on a shoestring. journalism.co.uk

CIJ Film Festival 2015

An interview with Dylan Mohan Gray for the Morning Star about his film Fire in the Blood. 

CIJ/NUJ InfoSec Talk, September 2014

Information Security for Journalists: staying secure online on journalism.co.uk

Summer School 2013

Seymour Hersh in an interview to The Guardian on Obama, NSA, anf the 'pathetic' American media.

The BBC World Service Radio interview with Seymour Hersh about the Snowden revelations is available: BBC World Service Radio’s Weekend programme, Seymour Hersh it is followed by a discussion with the Spanish writer and journalist based in Madrid Miguel Anxo-Murado and Claire Bolderson, a British author and blogger based in London. The interviewer/presenter is Paul Henley.

They also interviewed Ioan Grillo about his investigation into Mexican drug cartels: BBC World Service Radio's Weekend programme Ioan Grillo, with Ioan is Silio Boccanera, London correspondent for Brazilian news channel, GloboNews. Again, presenter/interviewer is Paul Henley.

Book Review

Investigative Photography: Supporting a story with images. By Global Investigative Journalism Network.