This is the blog for the National Union of Journalists’ (NUJ) 2007 Annual Delegate Conference (ADM). The NUJ this year celebrates its centenary.

The blog is maintained by a team of student NUJ members, who will be posting reports and interviews throughout the event. The team is managed by Paul Bradshaw, a senior lecturer in online journalism on the journalism degree at the University of Central England in Birmingham, and author of the Online Journalism Blog. If you wish to become a contributor, contact him.

As with any blog, we welcome your comments – if you disagree with what’s said, have another perspective, or just want to compliment the writer on another incisive piece of analysis, go ahead!

The small print

This is not an official NUJ website, nor the NUJ training website. Students are briefed before the project and content will be checked regularly, but in the spirit of blogging content will not be moderated before publication. The NUJ cannot be held responsible for anything posted here.

Posts carry the writer’s name and any queries should be addressed to the individual author. Any errors or inaccuracies will be corrected as quickly as possible.

If you feel something needs to be addressed urgently please call either Chris Wheal on 07831 268261 or Paul Bradshaw on 07950 330993.

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