The results are in: How well do journalists cope with stress? Find out more at our special panel discussion, Wednesday May 17, Corinthia

Posted by - April 11, 2017

The results are in: How well do journalists cope with stress?  The London Press Club invites you to an evening hosted by neuroscientist Dr Tara Stewart who will be revealing the results of a study she recently conducted into the mental resilience of journalists. Join us at the Corinthia Hotel London on Wednesday May 17 at 6:30pm to

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Joint debate on global media freedom, Tuesday April 18, Corinthia

Posted by - April 11, 2017

The London Press Club, Index on Censorship and the Foreign Press Association are hosting a joint panel discussion together for the first time. The debate on global media freedom is being held to mark Index on Censorship’s Freedom of Expression Awards. The finalists – crusading news platform Maldives Independent and fearless Serbian investigative journalists KRIK – will explore the challenges

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Your last chance to book for this year’s Press Club Awards lunch

Posted by - April 10, 2017

The London Press Club awards lunch is proving again to be the must-attend media event of the spring. This year’s awards at the spectacular Ballroom of the Corinthia Hotel in Whitehall on Thursday 27 April is already in demand with a limited number of tables available with the national newspapers and broadcasters already booked in.

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Corinthia Hotel London

Shortlist announced for London Press Club’s annual awards

Posted by - April 3, 2017

The shortlists for the London Press Club awards are announced today. The four competing for the national newspaper of the year are: Daily Mirror, The i, The Financial Times, The Times. Nominated for the Sunday Newspaper of the Year award are: The Mail on Sunday, The Observer, The Sunday Telegraph, The Sunday Times. There are four

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The Long Lunch – a fitting farewell to Fleet Street

Posted by - November 8, 2016

The London Press Club is commemorating an important milestone in British journalism history in the most appropriate way – with a Long Lunch. Reporters Gavin Sherriff and Darryl Smith, the last journalists working in Fleet Street, have left, marking the end of an era. Since 1702 when the first British daily newspaper, the Daily Courant, was published there, Fleet

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An Evening with Steve Hewlett – Friday 25 November

Posted by - November 8, 2016

Steve Hewlett has had a distinguished broadcasting career from researcher on ‘Nationwide’ to editor at ‘Panorama’, as well as a presenter of ‘The Media Show’. Join us to celebrate his achievements as he remembers them. On Friday 25 November, he’ll be in conversation with Roger Bolton now the presenter of ‘Feedback’ but once Steve’s boss

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‘How to work with the Media’ masterclass, Wednesday, November 16

Posted by - October 19, 2016

The media industry can still seem intimidating to those who work outside of it – even though we spend much of our time on platforms making ourselves seen and heard. Companies know that they need to work with publishers and journalists to promote their business or products, but many simply don’t know how to go about

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London Press Club Ball raises more than £20,000 for Journalists’ Charity at V&A

Posted by - October 14, 2016

The imposing domed hall of the Victoria and Albert Museum was the stunning setting for this year’s London Press Club Ball which raised more than £20,000 for the Journalists’ Charity. Journalists, stars and editors attended the glittering annual event which was hosted by Sky’s Dermot Murnaghan – himself a long-standing ambassador for the charity ‘run by journalists for

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