Multimedia Journalism BA

“Gold Star” Journalism Course Wins Industry Backing – And Praise. Journalism courses at Canterbury Christ Church University are “exemplary” delivering a “rich learning experience” for students, according to the industry’s main broadcast accrediting body.

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Louis East

An individual website
produced by first year student Louis East (featuring films made with
skills developed in studying TV journalism for a term)

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Benjamin Ashton 

An individual website
produced by first year student Benjamin Ashton (featuring
films made with skills developed in studying TV journalism for a term)

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Charlie Banks 

An individual website produced by first year student Charlie Banks (featuring films made with skills developed in studying TV journalism for a term) that was submitted for assessment after eight weeks of studying online journalism in term two.

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James Rose

James Rose

Third year student James Rose created this website to explore fracking in Kent. The website is presented as an information resource and tries to present a neutral viewpoint on this contentious issue.

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Katy Finbow

Third year student Katy Finbow created the website Animal Paws Today. It is dedicated to news related to the ethical treatment and ownership of animals.

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Laura Stelfox

Third year student  Laura Stelfox created the Crimes of Fashion website dedicated to highlighting the issues related to the fashion and beauty industry.

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Stevie Beer

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Third year student Stevie Beer created this website dedicated to highlighting and exploring the impact of national cuts as they filter down to local government.

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