Calling former students and interns looking for a new job in 2021. The Economist is looking for an experienced audio producer to make The Economist Asks podcast, an in-depth interview show with transatlantic appeal, as well as to contribute to its other feature shows, Money Talks and Babbage. The ideal candidate will write concise and… Read More Vacancy: audio producer at The Economist
A reminder that the deadline for applying to the Marjorie Deane internships in 2021 closes in just a week’s time, on November 21st. More information about how to apply can be found on The Economist‘s website.
Antonia Cundy, who was an intern at the Financial Times in 2020, supported by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation, writes: “The Marjorie Deane internship is an incredible opportunity to work in the beating heart of one of the best newsrooms in the UK. Right from the start you are treated like a proper FT… Read More Alumni Update: Antonia Cundy
The Economist invites promising journalists and would-be journalists to apply for the 2021 internships, which are supported by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation. Successful candidates will spend three months with The Economist in London writing about finance and economics. The internships will be paid. How to apply: Send a covering letter and three ideas for articles suitable… Read More Vacancy: Marjorie Deane internships at The Economist in 2021
Myles McCormick, who was an intern at the Financial Times in 2018, supported by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation, writes: “The Marjorie Deane scheme is one of the best opportunities out there for young journalists. It places you at the heart of the Financial Times newsroom and gives you the chance to work on… Read More Alumni Update: Myles McCormick
Cat Rutter Pooley, who was an intern at the Financial Times in 2017, supported by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation, writes: “As an ex-City lawyer trying to break into journalism, the Marjorie Deane fellowship meant the FT could take a chance on me. Despite having limited writing experience, I got thrown in to covering… Read More Alumni Update: Cat Rutter Pooley
The Financial Times is offering a six-month Marjorie Deane Internship, supported by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation. This is a great opportunity for a promising journalist interested in finance and economics to gain paid work experience at one of the world’s leading news organisations. Marjorie Deane was a pioneering financial journalist who broke down… Read More Vacancy: Marjorie Deane internship at the Financial Times
Congratulations to Luisa Porritt, who was today elected as the candidate for Mayor of London of a major party in Britain. She run in the mayoral election due in May 2021. She was previously an intern in 2012 at The Economist’s London office, funded by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation.
In spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, another cohort has just begun the academic year on the MA in financial journalism at City, University of London. The Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation financially supports a professorship, several scholarships and a summer school that takes place annually in New York and Shanghai in aid of the course.… Read More Luke Harrison on the start of another academic year at City, University of London
Sophia Caldera recently joined The Economist’s New York bureau as an intern supported by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation. She writes: “It is a privilege to be writing for The Economist, and I am grateful to the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation for making this experience possible. After graduating from Harvard University with a… Read More Sophia Caldera joins The Economist as a Marjorie Deane intern