journalism

  • January 23, 2011

    Religious leaders in Britain must make themselves more available to journalists to provide "authentic, mainstream" views, says a leading Muslim.

  • September 4, 2010

    Germany is remembering the "father of Protestant media" on the centenary of his birth and paying tribute to his strong belief in journalistic independence.

  • August 26, 2010

    Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Catholic Cardinal Wilfrid Napier are opposing a proposed media law that critics say resembles apartheid legislation.

  • June 24, 2010

    Last night at the One World Media Awards, I looked at more than 100 clips from film, radio and feature articles on developing world stories. A broad sweep of organisations and journalists, from the BBC to the Coventry Telegraph, were celebrated for their coverage and creativity and dedication to stories that bring the world to the UK.

  • June 20, 2010

    Telegraph newspaper religion editor, George Pitcher, has left the paper after just over two years in the post. He was hired by former editor-in-chief Will Lewis in May 2008.

  • April 18, 2010

    The media is an important vehicle for religion, but also challenges its inbuilt authority structures, said a range of experts on the interaction of the two meeting in Chicago recently.

  • February 17, 2010

    The president of the Madagascar's largest Protestant church has welcomed the release of two imprisoned church radio journalists, but warned they still face trial for allegedly colluding in an army mutiny.

  • February 13, 2010

    The Independent's leading article the day the Synod completed its business is alive to the dynamic of the Gospel message and the contradictions of Christianity in a way that some within the household struggle to see, and importantly it is more than just critique. It is a proposal for an alternative path.

  • January 25, 2010

    Some see the decline in the impact of mainstream religion as meaning people in the US have no interest in religion. That is not so, says Martin Marty, and the case of Pat Robertson proves the point. The attention he gets is less of a paradox than some think.

  • October 15, 2009