Introducing The Weekly Round Up

Introducing The Weekly Round Up
For those of us who would describe ourselves as political junkies this year has brought about mental and emotional drainage and sensory overload to say the least. American journalist Mike Rosenberg tweeted a series of amusing tweets using GIF’s (a highly underrated art form) to illustrate the strife of political editors and journalist in these...

From Ignoramus to TV Snob

From Ignoramus to TV Snob
My first week at London360 as a reporter for Series 12, has been fun, varied and really informative. I’ve wanted to be a journalist for a long time and have done research before on what this job entails. But I’ve learnt so many new things that I was not aware of. Jasmine Dotiwala and Reshma...

Is Journalism as mythical as Zeus?

Is Journalism as mythical as Zeus?
Journalism has been criticised ever since its early beginnings. In England, journalism reared its new born head in the 17th century. It was a tangible object that gave individuals within the community updates on scandals, rumours and what was ‘new’ in the ‘news’ (see what they did there!). Throughout history journalism has found itself to...

My First Two Weeks at London360

My First Two Weeks at London360
My First Two Weeks At London360 Magical – I have experienced a whirlwind of emotions whilst being here at London360 for just two weeks. Everyday has been jam packed and have met so many inspirational beings. The experience seems to be surreal so I have to simply describe it as magical. I am very grateful...

So, You Think You’re a Journalist?

So, You Think You’re a Journalist?
Do you think you have what it takes to be a journalist? Well, so did I. I was privileged to be given the opportunity alongside five other passionate, ambitious journalists, to begin training with London360 as part of Media Trust. If you think you’re going to get into media by prancing around and telling people...