24 hours in the life of a newsroom is the website the ESJ Lille and CFI have created to help journalists all over the world train in agreement with international standards. We have developed four series of practical index card to help you get a precise idea of how exactly a day goes in a TV, radio or a web newsroom.
The foundations of journalism in four collections: Seasoned professionals in each media share 24 key moments in their work.
Television is a media that opens a window on the world. Every day it puts the news in pictures for the audience . Stories can be covered during the newscast and then can be explored thanks to longer formats.
The radio is a media of the instantaneous. The audience can listen to it everywhere : at home, in the streets, at work, in their car, abroad… you’re in touch with the whole world thanks to a simple transistor.
From being an emerging form of media to becoming a colossus in the world of live news, the internet has changed a great deal over the last 15 years. Information published online is available worldwide in the form of text, images and sound. The internet is the most interactive form of media as it allows the public to react easily to news by posting comments.
The printed press is the oldest media, and it’s also a reference. Every day, the newspaper sums up the major news and organizes it. It helps analyze, broaden and put the news into perspective for its readers.