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  • "Journalists and readers share a vital stake in our future"

    In a Q&A, Guardian editor-in-chief Katharine Viner, discusses the paper’s unique funding model, and explains why she believes journalism can tackle inequality by connecting with its readers.

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    Q&A with Katharine Viner: 'Journalists and readers share a vital stake in our future'

    The Guardian's editor-in-chief discusses the paper's unique funding model, and explains why she believes journalism can tackle inequality by connecting with its readers

  • The Guardian and Observer have received a total of 33 nominations in the National Press Awards for 2018.

    This includes nominations for Scoop of the Year, Investigation of the Year, News Website of the Year, Daily Newspaper of the Year and Sunday Newspaper of the Year. The awards are organised by the Society of Editors and celebrate the best of UK national journalism.

    Winners will be announced on 2 April. See all of the nominees here http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMaii

    National Press Awards Shortlist

    SHORTLIST ANNOUNCED FOR THE PRESS AWARDS FOR 2018 Shortlists for the premier awards celebrating the best of UK national journalism have been announced. The National Press Awards for 2018, organised by the Society of Editors, recognise reporters and correspondents, commentators, columnists, cartoonists, designers, photographers, scoops, investigations and campaigns.

  • Podcasts have come a long way. Our global head of video and audio at The Guardian, Christian Bennett, talks to InPublishing about our latest podcast series, Today in Focus - hosted by Anushka Asthana.

    Read the full interview here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQZIo

    Podcasting comes of age

    The line between publishing and broadcasting has been blurring for some time now and the recent upsurge in podcasting has accelerated the trend. Publishers are taking their place on the main podcast platforms alongside traditional broadcasters. Christian Bennett talks to Ciar Byrne about The Guardian's latest series, Today in Focus.

  • The Guardian UK hosted its inaugural diversity and inclusion week with a variety of speakers to talk about topics relating to our diversity characteristics including age, race, ethnicity, social mobility, sexual orientation, gender and disability. The awareness week was part of the Guardian's overall commitment to ensuring a diverse and inclusive working environment for our staff.

  • Guardian film Black Sheep nominated for best short documentary Oscar

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    Guardian film Black Sheep nominated for best short documentary Oscar

    Ed Perkins' film about a young black boy's response to a racist gang after he moves out of London is up for an Academy award

  • Guardian Jobs are doing things a little differently in 2019.

    They're helping you find good company, whether you're an employer looking for bright sparks or a jobseeker looking for a place where you can be yourself.

    Take a look at the new look jobs site and find your perfect match:

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  • The Guardian and Observer Charity Appeal 2018

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    The Guardian and Observer Charity Appeal 2018

    The 2018 Guardian and Observer appeal is supporting five* charities which played a crucial role in securing justice for the Windrush generation, and whose work protects the rights of all those who face their lives being turned upside down by the UK's hostile immigration system.

  • Hannah Jane Parkinson wins journalist of the year at Mind media awards.

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    Hannah Jane Parkinson wins journalist of the year at Mind media awards

    Prize recognises contribution to the understanding of mental health problems

  • Katharine Viner: 'The Guardian's reader funding model is working. It's inspiring'

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    Katharine Viner: 'The Guardian's reader funding model is working. It's inspiring'

    The Guardian's editor-in-chief reflects on the state of media today and explains how the support of 1 million readers has enabled us to report and investigate the most important stories of our time

  • More than a million readers contribute financially to the Guardian.

    More than a million people worldwide have contributed to the Guardian in the last three years, with 500,000 paying to support the publication on an ongoing basis, according to Guardian News and Media’s editor-in-chief, Katharine Viner.

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    More than a million readers contribute financially to the Guardian

    Business model showing way for journalism to 'regain its relevance', says editor-in-chief

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