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science journalism

The New York Times announced in a press release today that it has teamed up with Chinese publisher Shanghai Zhenwen Advertising Co., Ltd. to launch a monthly science magazine. Science Times China, as the magazine is called, is written in Chinese and sold in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and other large Chinese cities.

The press release suggests that the bulk of the magazine will consist of articles already published by the Times in English. Material will be take from the weekly science section of the Times, as well as from other relevant sections published by the Times newspaper and by nytimes.com. However, the Times will also incorporate some local Chinese content, while still retaining full editorial control over the new publication.

Michael Greenspon, general manager of The New York Times News Services Division, is quoted in the release: "New York Times readers in all corners of the world value the news, analysis and information that our journalists offer," he states. Greenspon adds that, "with the launch of Science Times China, we welcome a new group of like-minded readers to our loyal audience who are curious about seeing the world through the lens of science and technology."

Author

Hannah Vinter

Date

2012-02-22 17:48

The World Conference of Science Journalists is scheduled for 30 June in London Press Gazette reported.

The 3-day conference proposes over 30 seminars to journalists in the field which will address subjects such as the role of Public Relations in science journalism, ways to incorporate different forms of media into science reporting, and ways to make use of regional reporting.

Hot topics including the discussions of embargoes and writing about creationism are also on the agenda for the conference, which will take place at Central Hall in Westminster.

Author

Leah McBride Mensching

Date

2009-06-16 08:33

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