Henry

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Name: Henry Peirse
Date registered: December 20, 2011

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  1. 70 years on and a reminder about the roots of liberty — June 6, 2014
  2. GRNlive correspondent Catherine Field coverage plans over D-Day Commemoration — June 3, 2014
  3. Media business models for Twitter — October 10, 2013
  4. I say disrupt more…. — October 1, 2013
  5. The Fickleness of News — March 26, 2012

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Jun 06 2014

70 years on and a reminder about the roots of liberty

Jun 03 2014

GRNlive correspondent Catherine Field coverage plans over D-Day Commemoration

GRNlive correspondent Catherine Field will be going up to Normandy on Thursday 5 June, first thing in the morning. She will be at the Caen Memorial and D-Day exhibition and interviewing veterans during the day Thursday and will be staying there over night. On Friday 6 June, she will be at Bayeux to cover British …

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Oct 10 2013

Media business models for Twitter

How Twitter can make real money in media – ideas from the sensible to the downright bonkers. Before I start, my background is news media, from working in the field to running a network of reporters providing live breaking news coverage for TV and radio broadcasters…  The other premise is that if Twitter needs to …

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Oct 01 2013

I say disrupt more….

As a dinosaur of the news business I have seen more change than is imaginable to my poor industry. In 20 or so years it’s gone from an upstanding part of democracy to a barely recognisable heap of unprofitable chaos. Sad as this could be, it’s not the point. News in all forms is information …

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Mar 26 2012

The Fickleness of News

By Daphna Baram After a few strong and busy months of news, there’s always a slow one. The reasons for it are not always lack of news happening. Sometimes we are looking at the weeks ahead, making sure we have correspondents in all of our “forward planning” spots, securing feed points and sorting out insurance …

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Jan 26 2012

Television is dead, long live programming

These days the idea of sitting down at X o’clock to watch a show is quaint, rather like riding a horse to work… We are entering a golden age of media, of entertainment, of news, of sport….on a screen in our homes, bedrooms, offices or on the go… Choice, choice and more choice but let …

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Jan 24 2012

Q&A with Henry Peirse, founder of GRN

Q&A: GRN on how the agency for freelance journalists abroad is developing Henry Peirse, founder and CEO of GRN, explains how the agency provides broadcasters with freelancers and discusses rates of pay, how they vet journalists and the ethics of rookie reporters working in dangerous places www.journalism.co.uk

Jan 13 2012

Views to the future of Iraq

GRN in Baghdad

Jan 12 2012

Hangouts transform TV

This is cool…any correspondents want to try this for a breaking news story? http://www.lostremote.com/2012/01/11/how-google-hangouts-will-transform-traditional-tv-broadcasting/

Jan 10 2012

You can’t spell Media without Me

Interesting take from TechCrunch

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