On Friday 6th July, Women in Journalism held our annual summer party in the ballroom of the Rosewood London. Credit: Eleanor Mills Not only did the stunning Rosewood host our event, which more than 350 people attended, they also laid on mouthwatering pies and chutneys from Holborn Dining Room, plus live entertainment and [...]
Women in Journalism is the premier network for women working in print, broadcast and online media. Our events programme ranges from high profile talks to smaller lively discussions and everything in between. We're thrilled to share a summary of what we have lined up across some of London's most prestigious venues for Autumn 2018 and 2019. We [...]
The Women in Journalism Summer Party was held at the stunning Rosewood Hotel on 6th July. Women in Journalism summer party sponsors for 2018 were The Knotted Vine The Knotted Vine is sponsoring a Spanish rosé wine, Armas Mencia Rosado Gusbourne Gusbourne is also sponsoring the event with their Blanc de Blancs 2013. Plus lovely Lovely Rosewood goody bags!
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At this year’s Press Awards, Jem Collins of Journo Resources was awarded The Georgina Henry Award for Digital Innovation. Here, she talks to our Social Media and Events Intern, Grace Holliday, about her win. Grace Holliday: Congratulations, Jem! How were The Press Awards? Jem Collins: Thank you! They were incredible. I didn't in a million [...]
By Donna Ferguson Last week Women in Journalism put on our third annual event for women in financial journalism, kindly hosted by the FT. The topic of discussion at this year’s event was ‘Taking on a Career Challenge’ and our panelists were: ● Becky Barrow, news editor of the Sunday Times and committee member of Women [...]
I recently worked on a six-part web series entirely produced by students. It was written by three women, directed by the same three women, produced by a further three women and shot entirely by a woman. In my experience university is awash with confident, capable, extraordinary young women bursting with enthusiasm: for storytelling; for questioning; [...]