Elliott Mills witters on for far too long; omnipresent voice Elliot Mills brings us back to a straightened-out meaning of meaning
In light of the Women in Media conference last week, Deputy Fashion and Beauty Editor Sophie Soar presents her favourite woman in the media and her apt ability to combine fashion and feminism
As clickbait, personal attacks, and other false reporting flood online journalism, media outlets are becoming increasingly dangerous, writes Joseph Whitfield
If you’re in your final year and struggling to get relevant work experience, why not try getting involved in student media?
Being a good journalist is a difficult task in light of recent events, and it can sometimes be easier to stay angry than to express it with words
Beauty Editor Millie Kershaw chats with Hearst Magazines aficionado and former Cosmopolitan Editor Louise Court about all things fashion journalism
On the weekend preceding International Women’s Day 2016, the Manchester Media Group are hosting our inaugural Women In Media Conference
Lauren Wills discusses the media’s role in the aftermath of important world events, and whether they have the right to report things that they simply don’t know
Thomas McEvilly and Lauren Wills debate the issue of press regulation, weighing up the need for freedom of expression, a transparent media, and ethical journalism
Haider Saleem catches up with BBC World Service journalist Jon Sopel on the difficulties of covering war zones
The place where former Manchester students report back from the ‘real world.’ This week, we chat to journalist Dan Poole.
The Fleet Street Fox, aka Susie Boniface, opens up about life as a tabloid journalist