Students get the chance to hear the inside story

Media students have an opportunity at events being organised by the London Press Club and the Media Society to pick the brains of senior journalists and executives about breaking into journalism.

A forum and Q&A organised by the London Press Club will be held from 6.30pm on Tuesday 8 October at Northcliffe House in Kensington, the home of the DMGT group – the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, Mailonline, Metro – and also of the Evening Standard, the Independent as well as the i newspaper.

Executives from national newspapers as well as training group executives will answer questions and give advice to media students. Tickets, which cost £7.50, are available HERE.

The following day, on Wednesday 9 October, the  The Media Society, in association with BBC News, invites media students to attend an evening of insight into the way news programmes are made and who makes them.
This will include seeing a live broadcast of the BBC Six O’clock News, a discussion with the Editor Presenter and Director of that night’s programme followed by a panel discussion with leading broadcast journalists across television, radio and online – both from the BBC and other commercial channels.

Richard Dymond

Honorary Treasurer and Director of the London Press Club and the London Press Club Ball.

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