Women’s Tri, the magazine aimed at an ‘overlooked’ readership of triathlon fans, has scored its own triumph by winning the CBJ Dragons’ Den competition.
The idea, pitched by MA Magazine Journalism students Alyss Bowen, Sergio Pereira and Sophie Turner, beat off challenges from rival groups to be chosen by the Dragons as the one most likely to succeed in the market. Read More…
Wake up, national journalists. There’s one magazine not far from CBJ whose circulation is soaring but no one ever writes about it
The six-monthly report revealing how UK magazines are faring circulation-wise came out this month and, once again, the national media ignored the stellar publishing success story of our times.
Hi – I really hope all of you are enjoying your first week of University. If you are a first year or a new MA student let me advise you that to get the very best out of your course, your studies and your life at CBJ you must start to read, watch and listen to news- all kinds of news- regional, local, national, and all kinds of news production…BBC, ITV, Channel 4, SKy- you name it- just consume it and it will make life easier and more productive once you start the course for real.
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To start us off on a light hearted note – any footy fans tell me which ground I am at in the photo ?