Young content creators have been commended for their journalistic skills at the Future Journalism Awards.
The deadline is fast approaching for a Staffordshire University competition to reveal the next bright star in journalism.
The yearly Staffordshire Future Journalist competition was launched in November by a team of Staffordshire University’s PR and Journalism students.
Six Staffordshire University journalism graduates are celebrating after scooping honours at the Midlands Media Awards at the Mailbox in Birmingham.
Jennie Aitken and Lewis Cox won their categories outright, while Michael Sibert, Jack Furness, Michael McCann and Robert Trigg were highly commended in their class.
Staffordshire University students have launched the Staffs Future Journalist competition 2017 to discover the next generation of talented young journalists.
The competition is open to school children aged 7-18 across Staffordshire, Cheshire and the West Midlands who can write up a review, opinion piece or interview to stand a chance of winning.
Staffordshire University journalists have swept the board at the Midlands Media Student Awards.
Students past and present from the BA (Hons) Journalism degree course won more awards than any other university entered in this year’s contest.
Budding sports journalists of the future scooped top prizes at the Staffs Young Sports Writer 2016 competition at Staffordshire University.
The competition gave talented youngsters across Staffordshire a chance to show their impressive sports writing work.
A former Staffordshire University journalism student has scooped a national “exceptional performance” award after passing senior qualifications just 18 months after graduating.
Ed Crosthwaite was one of four candidates in the National Qualification in Journalism across the UK to win an award.
Lewis Pacelli and Andy Taylor, two final-year students at Staffordshire University have won the Midlands Blogger of the Year Award, beating their own lecturer in the process!
Lewis, who is about to complete a BA (Hons) Broadcast Journalism award, and Andy, who has been studying English, have launched Down the 18th as a company to provide audio and visual support to golfing organisations.
A Staffordshire woman has spoken of her joy at winning a prestigious Crufts prize at the end of an emotional week.
Vicky Wilkins, 22, from Penkridge, was awarded first prize in the 17-24 age class for the Shaun McAlpine award.
Staffordshire University is offering short courses on Twitter to help social media users to avoid legal pitfalls.
It’s Stay Safe on Twitter course will enable people from celebrities to bloggers and business people who use social media to follow guidance set out by the Attorney General.