The Art of Networking

At the Women: Inspiration & Enterprise (WIE) Symposium Annual Conference designed to empower and inspire women, British author, freelance television and radio producer, Carole Stone gave a 20 minute workshop on networking. With over 40,000 contacts under her belt, it’s no wonder she was the right woman for the job. However, the art of networking…

The You Generation: Fantastic Food

The You Generation’s turning up the heat this week as they launch a search for YouTube’s best bakers, craziest cooks and superb sizzlers. Here’s a few rules you need to follow in your recipe for success: 1.    The video mustn’t be more than 5 minutes long 2.    You must lick a spoon at some point…

Writing Opportunity – AfroNoire Magazine

Hi all, AfroNoire Magazine is currently looking for writers to be part of their team, as well as contributors who will contribute to the magazine from time to time, for the following pages: Hair Beauty Fashion Style Love & Sex (Relationships) Lifestyle (Restaurants & Partying, Design, Technology, Travel, Celebrities News, Education, Events, Shopping,) Entertainment (Music, Film, Theatre, Dance)…

The You Generation

In Association With Skype Syco Entertainment & YouTube Partner To Launch The World’s First Global Audition Channel – The You Generation Launches March 20th 2013 with a live stream interview with One Direction. Deadline for 1st round submission: Saturday 30th March 2013 The You Generation is the first global online audition process, giving people the…

Shine Media Journalism Training Scheme

Tomorrow’s News Star Do you think you have what it takes to be tomorrow’s next news star?           Do you want a career in radio, TV or print journalism?    Would you like to have the opportunity to work with and learn from media professionals at Channel 4 and ITN? IF…

Can diversity schemes change the face of the newsroom?

When it comes to race, UK journalism is mainly dominated by white. Fewer than 7% of journalists and editors come from ethnic minority backgrounds, according to the Professional Publishers Association (PPA). Given that most of the UK’s journalism industry is based in London, where ethnic minorities make up over 30% of the population, this is…