JOURNALISM in Scotland is changing, and nobody really knows what the future holds.
But, in the meantime, new models of journalism are springing up, from co-operatives like The Ferret and West Highland Free Press to hyper-locals and community journalism.
The old paradigm of an all-knowing expert broadcasting in one direction is gradually giving way to a more consultative model of journalism that listens to audiences and their experiences.
We have secured funding to run the New Models of Journalism course in Edinburgh next week.
This one-day session will give you the ideas, resources and practical examples you need to explore new ways of doing of journalism, from reader-owned and non-hierarchical models to the latest tools and techniques for developing a two-way relationship with your audience that pays.
For more information, email Joan Macdonald, here.
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Contact: Joan Macdonald