Budding reporters got their chance to interview Unruly co-founder Sarah Wood at a conference held yesterday to inspire the next generation of journalists.
Held at News UK’s London Bridge HQ, Wood, The Sun’s Editor-in-Chief Tony Gallagher and The Times’ Deputy Editor Emma Tucker took questions from over 200 students on how the digital age has transformed the news industry.
The conference was organised by News Academy, News UK’s flagship training programme, to give London students, aged between 16-18, valuable insight into what it takes to be a journalist in the digital age.
The students also got the chance to ask senior journalists from across News UK’s titles about their day-to-day roles and took part in a mock press conference.
Visit news.co.uk/academy for more details on the latest activities.