There are many books on news and current affairs, but most are aimed at an academic or professional audiences.
We are delighted to be playing host to emily bell, professor of professional practice & director, tow center for digital journalism at the university of columbia and previously director of digital content for guardian news and media.
The newsroom – it’s a good name. It’s a place where any kind of news gets made, be it print, broadcast or web.
Working our way through the different news media, here’s a listing of 10 of the best newsreel sources to be found online, newsreels being the news medium shown in cinemas worldwide from the early 1900s to the 1970s.
The sheer number of digitised newspaper resources out there is astonishing.
Microfilm newspapers and periodicals will become available at ST pancras when we open the new reading room at the end of march.
The charlie chaplin who appears in making a living is not in the tramp costume that would make him famous.
Each issue appears on its centenary, so there will no browsing through the entire archive for an overall picture of the war until the end of 2018.
New ways of doing journalism’ was the enticing title of a seminar held last night at city university in london.
In Spring 2021 the British Library will be hosting a major exhibition on the history of news in Britain.
Moving From a Newspaper Collection to a News Collection
Interested in data visualisation, information design or historic newspapers?
Historical newspapers are not always easy to digest. Mostly without illustrations or photography, the ‘wall of text’ of a nineteenth-century newspaper can be intimidating or difficult to engage with, and we’ve been thinking about how we can solve this.
What are newspapers made of?