The Extraordinary Editor: A Handbook for South African Media Leaders
“This latest initiative sets the bar even higher, providing editors and senior journalists with the skills to run their own news organisations by learning about the mistakes and successes of others in the university of life.” Jovial Rantao, Former Chairperson: South African National Editors’ Forum (available in soft copy).
Cost: Free to members
Guide to the Business of Newspapers
A manual with a set of critical ratios on how to measure, and respond to, certain signals that indicate whether a /your newspaper is healthy or sick. “Successful newspapers have made sure, through researching and researching and researching, that they have understood while others have failed hopelessly in trying to be relevant.” Jolyon Nuttal, author
Cost: Free to members / R100 for non-memebers
Reporting the courts: handbook
A handbook for South African journalists. By Kevin Ritchie. Edited by Gwen Ansell.
Reporting the courts: A desk guide and glossary
Reporting the Courts: A desk guide and glossary. By Kevin Ritchie. Edited by Gwen Ansell and Paddi Clay.
The Full Set: Reporting the Courts – Handbook and Glossary
Pocket Reporter acts as a news editor in your pocket to guide you through the newsgathering process. Its easy-to-use templates for different types of stories pose a series of questions to make sure you gather all the information you need to report your story accurately.