Equipping the modern journalist 

Thomson Foundation's Journalism Now programme is a series of CPD-accredited online interactive courses designed and led by industry experts providing the latest in digital and multimedia skills. The global learning environment gives exclusive access to live training and mentoring sessions, run by leading journalists, and a unique knowledge-sharing community platform. 

Browse our courses here.

  

17 interactive courses

106 CPD hours

5,000+ registered users so far

For journalists, bloggers, communicators, media managers and entrepreneurs, we have a range of courses to suit you.

 

50 experts

250 videos

700+ minutes of video

Courses in mobile journalism, social media, 360-video, business of journalism, engaging audiences, data journalism, storytelling and much more.

 

Three easy ways to join

 

Existing Journalism Now members can log into the community platform here

Don't have a login? Sign up to a Journalism Now or OPEN Media Hub course

Want to join the community without enrolling on a course? Apply for access

Popular courses

A powerful toolset for journalists, our interactive training courses focus on professional practice and industry knowledge and are delivered by leading figures in the world of journalism.

View our latest courses here

 

 

Mobile Journalism: Learn how to produce high-quality multimedia content using smartphones and portable digital equipment

   

 

Social Media Strategy: Create a strategy and approach to using social media based on your location and your target audience

 

The Business of Journalism: Creating a Brand and Building an Audience: Align your editorial choices with your brand

Recommended live chats

MOJO Talk live video series

Expert commentary and insights to keep you on the cutting-edge of mobile journalism, brought to you on Crowdcast, Facebook and YouTube by host Glen Mulcahy.

 

Investigative journalism skills

Former defence and intelligence correspondent for The Guardian, Ewen MacAskill talks and takes questions exclusively inside Journalism Now. 

 

Coming soon...

Waad Al Kateab exposed the horrors of Aleppo for Channel 4 News in what was their most watched content ever. She'll soon be live inside the platform.

 

One of the best platforms for journalists willing to expand their knowledge and learn about other aspects of the profession... You also get a certificate!​

Meehika, India

I especially like how the courses feature views from a wide range of journalists or media organisations, such as the BBC and BuzzFeed.

Imani, South Africa

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Journalism Now is a new global platform offering lifelong learning to journalists and communicators across the world.

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