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National Council For The Training Of Journalists
The National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) was founded in 1951 as organisation to oversee the training of journalists for the newspaper industry in the United Kingdom and is now playing a role in the wider media.[1] It is a self-appointed body and does not hold any statutory powers from central government, meaning students and those seeking to enter the media industry do not have to legally hold one of its qualifications to obtain work as a journalist.Contents1 Purpose 2 Diploma in Journalism 3 NQJ 4 The Oxdown Gazette 5 References 6 External linksPurpose[edit] The NCTJ delivers the premier training scheme for journalists in the United Kingdom [2] The NCTJ offers a range of qualifications for those beginning a career in journalism and for those who want to continue their professional development
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Mark Austin (journalist)
Mark William Austin (born 1 November 1958) is an English journalist and television presenter, currently working as a U.S. correspondent for Sky News. Austin is best known as the former co-newscaster for the ITV Evening News, alongside Mary Nightingale, and the former co-newscaster of the ITV News
ITV News
at Ten, alongside Julie Etchingham
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Piers Morgan
Piers Stefan Pughe-Morgan (né O'Meara; born 30 March 1965), known professionally as Piers Morgan, is a British journalist and television personality currently working as a presenter on the ITV Breakfast programme Good Morning Britain. He is also the editorial director of First News, a British national newspaper for children. Morgan began his journalism career in Fleet Street
Fleet Street
as a writer and editor for several tabloid papers, including The Sun, News of the World and the Daily Mirror
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Kay Burley
Kay Burley
Kay Burley
(born 17 December 1960) is an English television newsreader and presenter
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John Inverdale
John Inverdale
John Inverdale
(born 27 September 1957) is an English broadcaster who works for both the BBC
BBC
and ITV. During his radio career, he has presented coverage of many major sporting events including the Olympic Games, Wimbledon, the Grand National and the FIFA World Cup.[1] He was the main television presenter of Today at Wimbledon until 2014 and has hosted television coverage of sports programmes including Rugby Special and Grandstand. He has presented ITV's coverage of the Rugby World Cup
Rugby World Cup
and the French Open. Since 2013, Inverdale has been embroiled in several broadcasting controversies, which have prompted criticism as well as articles written in his defence
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Geordie Greig
Geordie
Geordie
(/ˈdʒɔːrdi/) is both a regional nickname for a person from the larger Tyneside[1] region of North East England
North East England
and the name of the Northern English dialect spoken by its inhabitants. The term is associated with Tyneside, south Northumberland
Northumberland
and northern parts of County Durham. Geordie
Geordie
has been used and still is used by people to refer to anyone from North East England.[2] In many respects, Geordie
Geordie
speech represents a direct continuation and development of the language spoken by the Anglo-Saxon
Anglo-Saxon
settlers of this region – initially mercenaries employed by the ancient Brythons
Brythons
to fight the Pictish invaders after the end of Roman rule in Britannia in the 5th century
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Helen Skelton
Helen Elizabeth Skelton (born 19 July 1983)[1][2][3] is an English television presenter and actress, best known for co-presenting the BBC children's programme Blue Peter
Blue Peter
from 2008 until 2013[2][4] and as an occasional presenter on Countryfile.[5] She co-presented two series of the BBC
BBC
One programme Holiday Hit Squad alongside Angela Rippon
Angela Rippon
and Joe Crowley. She is the current presenter of all swimming coverage on the BBC
BBC
including the European Swimming Championships, World Aquatics Championships and the Olympics
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Ofqual
The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) is a non-ministerial government department that regulates qualifications, exams and tests in England
England
and, until May 2016, vocational qualifications in Northern Ireland.[1][2] Colloquially and publicly, Ofqual
Ofqual
is often referred to as the exam "watchdog".[3]Contents1 Role1.1 Area of governance 1.2 Modular vs. linear controversy2 Structure 3 References 4 External linksRole[edit] Ofqual's role is to maintain standards and confidence in qualifications.[4] Area of governance[edit] It regulates exams, qualifications and tests in England. Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland are regulated by each respective national government
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
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Reshmin Chowdhury
Reshmin Chowdhury (Bengali: রেশমিন চৌধুরী; born 16 December 1977) is an English sports journalist and broadcaster who works for the BBC and BT Sport.Contents1 Early life 2 Broadcasting career 3 Singing career 4 Awards and nominations 5 Personal life 6 See also 7 References 8 External linksEarly life[edit] Chowdhury was born and brought up in London, England and is of Bangladeshi origin.[1][2] Chowdhury described her childhood as growing up "in an extremely open-minded, progressive Bengali Muslim family and within a huge second-generation community where education, culture, religion and music were the cornerstones of my upbringing."[3] Chowdhury attended Woodford County High School for Girls. In 2000, she graduated with a 2.1 BSc (Hons) in Politics with Economics from the University of Bath
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National Council For The Training Of Journalists
The National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) was founded in 1951 as organisation to oversee the training of journalists for the newspaper industry in the United Kingdom and is now playing a role in the wider media.[1] It is a self-appointed body and does not hold any statutory powers from central government, meaning students and those seeking to enter the media industry do not have to legally hold one of its qualifications to obtain work as a journalist.Contents1 Purpose 2 Diploma in Journalism 3 NQJ 4 The Oxdown Gazette 5 References 6 External linksPurpose[edit] The NCTJ delivers the premier training scheme for journalists in the United Kingdom [2] The NCTJ offers a range of qualifications for those beginning a career in journalism and for those who want to continue their professional development
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