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Beat Media Group comprises of three leading news and content brands - Sportsbeat, Storybeat and Kennedy News and Media. From strategy to syndication, video news releases to corporate videos, Beat Media brands reach an audience of 750 million with an output of 60,000 stories, videos and infographics a year. Everybody loves a story. Stories can make us cheer, dance, laugh, cry. A good story can take us around the world, to another world or make us want to change the world. We tell stories of unbreakable human spirit, stories of big ambition and grand designs. We tell stories of triumph and struggle for clients big and small. We tell stories for the world’s media, reaching millions every week, using every tool for every platform. We tell stories for the biggest brands and the most admired names. And we do it from morning until night. Every day. We are multimedia agencies, with a committed team of editorial, design and communications creatives who produce agenda-setting content from offices in London and Manchester. We are experts and thought leaders in the ever-evolving digital landscape. We are storytellers who paint our pictures with words, pictures, graphics and emojis on every canvass, from newsprint to SnapChat. Because nothing beats a good story. And telling stories is what we do. So - what’s your story? Meanwhile out more about our award-winning journalism training programmes at our sister company News Associates - rated by the UK's number one journalism school in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 by the National Council for the Training of Journalists.
Professional Training and Coaching
School of journalism: CFJ Journalism training workshops and long-term trainings: CPJ High added value trainings in communication strategies, communication with the presse, lobbying, media-training, communication skills, web expertise and leadership : CFPJ
The Broadcast Journalism Training Council (BJTC) works in partnership with all the main employers in the UK broadcast industry. Our primary responsibility is to accredit UK journalism courses within higher education. Our current partners are; ITV, Sky, ITN, BBC, Reuters, Global, AP, Channel 4, Bauer and the NUJ. Our Council members are all experienced employers and trainers who participate in forum meetings to discuss the development of training, to improve the skills and knowledge across the Broadcast Journalism industry. Together they set the criteria for accrediting courses, then teams of professional journalists and tutors to advise and inspect the courses. Our accreditation standards are very much based on direct and practical experience and all accredited courses are very much valued by teachers and students, employers and employees, as they are relevant and responsive to the operational demands of the broadcast industry.
Uloop is a student-powered marketplace. College students use Uloop to find jobs and internships, housing and roommates, tutors, scholarships, travel, and to buy and sell textbooks, tickets, furniture, and other items with other students on campus. Uloop also provides a roommate matching website (Roomsurf), an off-campus housing website (College Student Apartments), a textbook price comparison website (Textsurf), a journalism training platform (College Media Network), an online classifieds platform for college newspapers (CampusAve), and a college news wire service (UWIRE).
Nicola has been Editor of the Warrington Guardian for eight years and is only the second woman to hold the post since the paper started 160 years ago. She also edits the Warrington Midweek and warringtonguardian.co.uk. In 2006 she was appointed Group Editor of Newsquest Cheshire, and in December 2008 added the Wirral Globe and the Leigh Journal titles to her portfolio. She is now responsible for 12 weekly newspapers and 10 websites, plus the Wirral Lifestyle magazine. She has an editorial staff of 50. In 2009 she reorganised the editorial departments and introduced central subbing for the Cheshire/Merseyside titles which are all now produced from Warrington. She continues to work with the other editors and their teams who are based in Northwich, Sale, St Helens, Leigh and Wirral to produce market-leading newspapers and websites. Nicola takes an active role in the company’s journalism training acting as an invigilator and assessor for workshops and refresher courses for trainees before taking their NCE. She is a member of the Society of Editors.
Founded in 2004, the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism is the world's premier provider of ongoing training for business reporters and editors. The Reynolds Center is a nonprofit organization based at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication that offers business journalism training about business issues for all journalists. The center is supported through grants from the Las Vegas, Nevada-based Donald W. Reynolds Foundation. The Center's website is BusinessJournalism.org Web, designed specifically for business journalists and other journalists who may cover business in the course of their work. The Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism has trained more than 10,000 journalists on business issues and coverage. The center's website, launched in February 2004, focuses on the business reporting needs of publications of all sizes, featuring advice from writers and editors. It has attracted quality contributors including Diana Henriques, investigative business journalist for The New York Times; James Flanigan, economics writer for The Los Angeles Times; Anne Marie Squeo, reporter for The Wall Street Journal; and Trudy Lieberman, director of the Center for Consumer Health Choices at Consumers Union. About the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation: The Donald W. Reynolds Foundation is a national philanthropic organization founded in 1954 by the late media entrepreneur for whom it is named. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, it is one of the largest private foundations in the U.S. About the Cronkite School at ASU: The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, named in honor of the longtime CBS news anchor in 1984, is a leading professional journalism school with nearly 2,000 undergraduate and master's students. The Center moved to the Cronkite School in July 2006.
Los Angeles, California
Fostering Media Connections (FMC) uses the power of media and journalism to lead the conversation about children, youth and families in America. FMC has three main programs: The Imprint, Fostering Families Today and Youth Voice. The Imprint is a daily news publication dedicated to rigorous, in-depth journalism focused on families and the systems that impact their lives. Fostering Families Today is an award-winning bi-monthly print and online magazine that is distributed to resource families and kin caregivers across the country. Youth Voice is a journalism training program for young people with lived experience in the foster care or youth justice systems.
“Practice” is a journalism training program aimed at students of the faculties of journalism, languages and new graduates, offering them an opportunity to have a practical training by practicing in the newsroom and media production departments of Enab Baladi Organization, as to qualify them to enter the media market.
Apparel and Fashion
Hypeach embodies "California Fresh" style. Hypeach offers unique, high quality apparel at affordable prices. We hand-select each piece in our curated collection inspired by Southern California's coastal lifestyle. Our Hypeach brand promise is to consistently bring you high quality apparel, an exceptional customer experience, and good vibes! The Hypeach mission is Fashion That Gives Back. A portion of every purchase supports our charity partner, GlobalGirl Media, a non-profit that empowers young women from underrepresented backgrounds with digital journalism training & skills. We believe in using Hypeach as a force for good, and together we can accomplish so much.
New York, New York
NBCU Academy is the new journalism training & development program from NBC News, MSNBC, CNBC, and Telemundo.