Here’s a snapshot of the best bits from this month’s mag:
We take a look at one of the toughest journalism sectors – regional dailies – and find out why, despite sliding sales and disappearing ad incomes, editors believe they do have a future.
We find out why customer magazines could be the best place for journalists to ride out the recession, in a special report on the sector.
Tabloid hack turned would-be global web entrepreneur Rob McGibbon takes us through a year in the life of his online start-up Access Interviews.
Outgoing Sunday Times magazine editor Robin Morgan takes aim at the pernicious influence of celebrity PR and reveals why editors are wrong to neglect on-the-ground reporting in favour of comment.
Design expert Michael Crozier provides a guide to the best-designed newspapers in the world.
We have a breathtaking photography spread from World Press Photo winner Mashid Mohadjerin – who reveals the secrets behind her award-winning shots.
Lawyer Christina Michalos provides a guide for journalists on the legal pitfalls of using Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites.
Wired UK editor David Rowan privides a guide to his must-have high-tech tools for journalists.
There’s also an eight-page Reporters’ Guide to Obesity – and a guide for journalists on how to make the best use of PR distribution services.
As usual we have exclusive mag-only columns from David Banks, Axegrinder, Grey Cardigan, Daisy McAndrew, David Singleton, Peter Kirwan and Popbitch editor Camilla Wright.
Other regulars include our two-page freelance section and three pages of insider training and tips in The Knowledge.
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