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August 25 2010

15:07

#followjourn: @tomscotney – Tom Scotney/Global Water Intelligence

#followjourn: @tomscotney

Who? Tom Scotney, Middle East editor at Global Water Intelligence and “real ale drinker, heavy metal enthusiast, Oxford United fan”.

Where? Global Water Intelligence. Tom’s has also contributed to Journalism.co.uk, “Help Me Investigate: How working collaboratively can benefit journalists”

Contact? @tomscotney

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August 23 2010

09:02

#followjourn: @sbisson – Simon Bisson/freelance

#followjourn: @sbisson

Who? Simon Bisson, “travelling technology journalist, blogger, vrai Jerri, and all round geek”.

Where? Simon blogs from “the bleeding edge of technology” on his site, Technology, Books and Other Neat Stuff.

Contact? @sbisson

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August 20 2010

09:20

#followjourn: @rungsberry – James Rivington/reviews editor

#followjourn: @rungsberry

Who? James Rivington, reviews editor at TechRadar.com

Where? His writing can be found over on TechRadar.com, and his site profile page at this link.

Contact? @rungsberry

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August 19 2010

14:23

#followjourn: mojo90 – Jonathan Morris/news reporter

#followjourn: mojo90

Who? Jonathan Morris, BBC News website/tv/radio reporter.

Where? Jonathan has his own website at this link, where he has archives of his written, video and editing work.

Contact? @mojo90

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August 18 2010

15:31

#followjourn: @timanderson – Tim Anderson/freelance

#followjourn: Tim Anderson

Who? Freelance journalist, technology writer.

Where? Tim has a tech blog at Tim Anderson’s ITWriting and a profile on the ITJOBLOG

Contact? @timanderson

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August 17 2010

13:54

#followjourn: @_JackRiley – Jack Riley/digital media editor

#followjourn: Jack Riley

Who? Jack Riley, digital media editor at the Independent.

Where? Jack has a blog on the Independent website, older posts from which are archived at this link. You can also find him on Journalisted and LinkedIn.

Contact? @_JackRiley

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August 16 2010

09:40

#followjourn: @rogerhighfield – Roger Highfield/editor

#followjourn: Roger Highfield

Who? Roger Highfield, editor of New Scientist and former Telegraph science editor.

Where? On the New Scientist site, as well as Roger’s personal site, Boffin, which has an archive of his articles for New Scientist and others. He continues to write for the Telegraph and those articles can be found collected at this link.

Contact? @rogerhighfield

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August 13 2010

14:03

#followjourn: @neilchandler – Neil Chandler/chief reporter

#followjourn: Neil Chandler

Who? Neil Chandler

Where? Neil is the Daily Star Sunday chief reporter. Articles for the post are aggregated at this link. He also has a Twitter page.

Contact? @neilchandler.

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August 12 2010

14:33

#followjourn: @roztappenden – Roz Tappenden/multimedia journalist

#followjourn: @roztappenden

Who? Roz Tappenden, freelance multimedia journalist and broadcast journalist for BBC News Online. Roz has previously worked for BBC Inside Out, Sky News Online and Sussex regional newspaper the Argus.

Where? She has a couple of websites and blogs: multimediajournalist.co.uk; Dorset on the Brink; Boscombe Blog.

On Twitter: @roztappenden

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August 11 2010

08:37

#followjourn: @christiandunn – Christian Dunn/freelance

#followjourn: @christiandunn

Who? Christian Dunn, former digital editor at NWN Media and now freelance journalist, SEO consultant, web site manager, mutli-media producer, and, er, geo-engineering PhD student.

Where? Christian publishes a blog on Science, web, SEO and journalism. He also has a Flickr page. Christian wrote a two part feature for Journalism.co.uk in 2008 on writing for the web: Part 1 / Part 2.

On Twitter: @christiandunn

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August 10 2010

16:32

#followjourn: @daisygreenwell – Daisy Greenwell/journalist

#followjourn: @daisygreenwell

Who? Daisy Greenwell, journalist with the Big Issue

Where? Daisy has her own WordPress blog where she posts her articles for the magazine. She also pops up on LinkedIn at this link.

Contact? @daisygreenwell

Just as we like to supply you with fresh and innovative tips every day, we’re recommending journalists to follow online too. They might be from any sector of the industry: please send suggestions (you can nominate yourself) to judith or laura at journalism.co.uk; or to @journalismnews.Similar Posts:



August 09 2010

11:07

#followjourn: @dansung – Dan Sung/technology journalist

#followjourn: @dansung

Who? Dan Sung, tech journalist, football blogger, and features writer at Pocket-lint. Appearing on Journalism.co.uk despite being a Spurs fan. Claims to be the “inventor of the dirty pudding”. Perhaps it’s best not to know what that is.

Where? Dan’s work can be found over on Pocket-lint.com, with separate pages for his news and reviews archives.

Contact? @dansung

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August 05 2010

10:25

Are you on the j-list? Check today’s updates

We’ve updated our list of the people we think are helping to build the future of journalism and the news media, adding a host of new names

The list is now has 49 names, and we are still looking for a 50th. Please make your recommendations via Twitter using the #jlist hashtag or by leaving a comment on the post, and we’ll open it up to a public vote very soon.

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August 03 2010

09:00

#followjourn: @lucytobin – city reporter/freelance

#followjourn: @lucytobin

Who? Lucy Tobin, city reporter for the Evening Standard and freelance education writer.

Where? Lucy’s Evening Standard articles can be found at this link, and she has her own website here. She also contributes to the Guardian as an education writer.

Contact? @lucytobin

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August 02 2010

08:50

#followjourn: @jaynehowarth – Jayne Howarth/freelance

#followjourn: Jane Howarth

Who? Freelance journalist

Where? Jayne has been in the newspaper industry for 20 years, 15 of which were spent with regional daily paper the Birmingham Post. She has her own wordpress site website at at this link.

Contact? @JayneHowarth

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July 29 2010

10:28

#followjourn: @MarkOgier – online editor/game reviewer

#followjourn: Mark Ogier

Who? Mark is online editor and game reviewer for the Guernsey Press and the Globe.

Contact? @MarkOgier

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July 28 2010

11:52

#followjourn: @james_randerson – environment editor

#followjourn: James Randerson

Who? Deputy head of environment at the Guardian and editor of environmentguardian.co.uk.

Where? James’ Guardian profile with collected articles is at this link.  He’s also on Journalisted and LinkedIn. He Tweets about the environment and more at…

Contact? @james_randerson

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July 27 2010

11:45

#followjourn: @louiseridley – Louise Ridley/web editor

#followjourn: Louise Ridley

Who? Louise Ridley

Where? Web editor and writer at BBC Focus Magazine. More information on Louise’s career can be found on her LinkedIn page

Contact? @louiseridley

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July 26 2010

16:31

#followjourn: @victoriaraimes – Victoria Raimes/reporter

#followjourn: @victoriaraimes

Who? Victoria Raimes

Where? Award-winning reporter for Edinburgh’s daily paper, the Edinburgh Evening News. She pops up on LinkedIn at this link.

Contact? @victoriaraimes

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July 21 2010

16:00

#followjourn: @kevglobal – Kevin Anderson/freelance

#followjourn: Kevin Anderson

Who? Freelance journalist and digital strategist

Where? Kevin worked at the BBC for eight years, before being made the Guardian’s first blogs editor in September 2006. He went on to become digital research editor at the Guardian from 2009-2010. He writes on the blog Strange Attractor, and was a speaker at Journalism.co.uk’s June conference, news:rewired – the nouveau niche

Contact? @kevglobal

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