BJR

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AcronymDefinition
BJRBonjour (Tour de France cycling sponsor)
BJRBritish Journal of Radiology
BJRBusiness Judgment Rule (corporate law)
BJRBritish Journalism Review (UK)
BJRBayerische Jugendring (German: Bavarian Youth Council; Bavaria, Germany)
BJRBrad Jones Racing (car racing; Albury, New South Wales, Australia)
BJRBanff Jasper Relay (Canada)
BJRBed Joint Reinforcement (construction)
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She was vice-president of the Hay-on-Wye Festival of Literature, a member of the Editorial Board of British Journalism Review and a past chairman of the Broadcasting Press Guild.
After his death in 1998, Lady Cudlipp created an archive of his work and presented it to Cardiff University, set up the annual Hugh Cudlipp lecture and, for many years, was a judge and presenter of British Journalism Review's Hugh Cudlipp Award, part of the annual Press Awards.
In fact, I said as much in the academic British Journalism Review of December 2016.
Seguramente la mayoria de los autores estan de acuerdo con la sentencia de Fray (2011), en uno de los articulos del numero especial sobre el tema de la British Journalism Review: "la verdad es que cuando los negocios y las finanzas se convirtieron en la mejor historia del mundo, a casi todos los periodistas se les paso" (Fray, 2011: 53).
FRASER, Matthew (2009): "Five reasons for crash blindness", en British Journalism Review, 20 (4), pp.
Preparing a paper for a conference at the University of Westminster in partnership with the British Journalism Review, I spoke to a number of journalists and was stunned by a comment from Andy McSmith who, recalling a lobby briefing while political editor of the Independent on Sunday, told me:
Joy Johnson is a member of the editorial advisory board of the British Journalism Review. She was formerly a BBC political journalist and Director of Media and Marketing for Ken Livingstone as Mayor of London.
In the article published in the British Journalism Review in 2000 Leigh talks about when intelligence officers are "allowed to pose as journalists in order to write tendentious articles under false names", or when "intelligence agency propaganda stories are planted on willing journalists", even though these missions seemed petty and small.
If I'm rushed, I get it free." Bill Hagerty, editor of the British Journalism Review, said that young readers, many of whom grew up with the Internet, are starting to expect their news for free.
BBC World, carried here by PBS, reflects "stoicism, paternalism, [and] a certain degree of pompous self-righteousness," according to the British Journalism Review. CNN International is a little looser and hipper, but the easiest way to tell them apart is by the accents and the sports headlines.
The former political journalist also gave an unusually lengthy and frank interview this week to the British Journalism Review in which he reflected on when he might give up his post.
GEOFFREY GOODMAN, editor of the British Journalism Review, said: "The Sun's stance on this matter is just infantile...newspapers must ask any question they want."
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