The Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation is proud to announce the details for the inaugural Marjorie Deane Lecture at City, University of London. The lecture will be delivered by William Lewis, CEO of the Dow Jones Group, and is titled The new revolution in news. It will take place at 6pm on 10th February 2020… Read More Inaugural Marjorie Deane lecture at City, University of London
Sam Blake, an intern at The Economist’s New York office funded by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation, has had two more articles published in the print edition of The Economist this month. The first was about a new study that suggests that higher minimum wages hit poorer bosses’ pockets hardest and the second was… Read More The Economist publishes two more articles by Marjorie Deane intern
Paid for by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation, the award is designed to provide work experience for a promising journalist or would-be journalist, who will spend three months at the New York office of The Economist writing about business, finance and economics. Applicants are asked to write a covering letter and an original article… Read More The Economist invites applications for the 2020 Marjorie Deane internship in New York
City University of London recently hosted a careers event for students on its MA in financial journalism course, involving leading financial editors in the industry. The course is financially supported by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation. The “meet the financial editors” event included Mark Trevelyan, EMEA learning manager at Reuters; Duncan Mavin, managing editor at Dow… Read More Amal Warsame on City University’s Careers Event
A very interesting leader and lead note by Sri Muppidi, a Marjorie Deane intern at The Economist’s office in London, has recently been published in this week’s print edition of The Economist. For more information about the internships that the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation funds please click here.
A very interesting article about the economics of streaming services by Sam Blake, a Marjorie Deane intern at The Economist’s office in New York, has recently been published in the print edition of The Economist. For more information about the internships that the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation funds please click here.
On November 6th, the students on the MA in financial journalism course at City University of London (which is financially supported by the foundation) took part in a live news day. The exercise simulated a day in the life of a newsroom, covering breaking news in the world of business, economics and finance that day.… Read More Amy Borrett on City University of London’s live news day
This vacancy at The Economist may be of interest to all current and former interns looking for a job in journalism. “The Economist is looking to hire a staff writer to cover British politics. Journalistic experience is not necessary. Original thinking and the ability to write clearly and entertainingly are, however, crucial. We test for these… Read More Vacancy: British politics correspondent at The Economist
Sam Blake recently started as an intern supported by the foundation at The Economist’s offices in New York. He writes: “Thank you to the Marjorie Deane Foundation for the remarkable opportunity to work at The Economist this autumn. The newspaper has long been a favorite of mine and it is exhilarating to join in on the… Read More Sam Blake starts as an intern for The Economist in New York
Sri Muppidi recently joined The Economist as a Marjorie Deane intern in the London office. She writes: I’m grateful for the opportunity to write for The Economist, thanks to the support of the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation. I’ve been an avid reader of The Economist and feel lucky to learn from such a talented… Read More Sri Muppidi joins The Economist as a Marjorie Deane intern