FOR A FUN AND informative evening of networking and journalism workshops with a special focus on diversification and new ways to make journalism pay, come to the London Freelance Branch Salon. Our speakers have made a living from all kinds of things, and attendees should come away with ideas on how to use their skills and experience to add an income stream. It's from 6.30pm til 9pm on Thursday 13 July in Central London and it costs £10 for NUJ members and £20 for non-members. Visit the link below to book.
Remona Aly, a journalist, commentator and broadcaster with a focus on faith, lifestyle and identity who is a presenter of BBC Radio 4's Something Understood. She writes articles, appears on Sky News, ITV and the BBC, and also does podcasting and communications work. See @RemonaAly
David Quantick, who started as a music journalist (Q, NME) and now does a mixture of gag and script writing across TV and radio. David has worked on programmes such as Veep, The Thick of It, Brass Eye and The Day Today. He has also published a novel, The Mule, through crowdfunding. An NUJ member, he has been involved in copyright campaigns. See @quantick
Booking is essential and is open now: visit the link below.