Paul Bradshaw (journalist)
Bradshaw in January 2013
|Alma mater||University of Central England|
Paul Bradshaw is an online journalist and blogger, a Reader in Online Journalism at Birmingham City University and a Visiting Professor at City University's School of Journalism in London. He manages his own blog, the Online Journalism Blog (OJB), and is the co-founder of Help Me Investigate, an investigative journalism website funded by Channel 4 and Screen WM. He has written for journalism.co.uk, Press Gazette, The Guardian's Data Blog, Nieman Reports and the Poynter Institute in the US.
Bradshaw is the author of the Online Journalism Handbook, co-written with former Financial Times web editor Liisa Rohumaa, and also co-wrote the 3rd edition of Magazine Editing with John Morrish, due in 2011. He has also contributed to books including Investigative Journalism (2nd Ed), Web Journalism: A New Form of Citizenship; Face The Future and Citizen Journalism: Global Perspectives.
Adrian Monck ranked Bradshaw second in his list of "Britain's Top Ten Journo-Bloggers" (2007),. He was placed thirty-sixth in the Birmingham Post's "Power 50" list of 2009. He has been listed in Journalism.co.uk's list of the leading innovators in journalism and media and Poynter's most influential people in social media.
- Kiss, Jemima (1 June 2009). "4ip: Two new projects to help prop up local news". The Guardian (London). Retrieved 28 March 2010.
- Blackaby, Anna (2 June 2009). "Funding for Birmingham City University journalism website". Birmingham Post (Trinity Mirror Midlands). Retrieved 28 March 2010.
- Bradshaw, Paul (13 February 2008). "Local online news is changing, but not fast enough". journalism.co.uk. Retrieved 28 March 2010.
- Bradshaw, Paul (13 February 2008). "When Journalists Blog: How It Changes What They Do". Nieman Reports. Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard. Retrieved 29 July 2010.
- McAthy, Rachel (20 July 2010). "'Online innovator to leave university post after 'complicated decision". Journalism.co.uk. Retrieved 30 July 2010.
- "Magazine Editing in print and online – 3rd edition". Taylor and Francis. sponpress.com. Retrieved 29 June 2011.
- Monck, Adrian (7 November 2007). "Britain's Top Ten Journo-Bloggers". adrianmonck.com. Retrieved 28 March 2010.
- "Power 50 Profiles – No.36 Paul Bradshaw". Birmingham Post. 30 July 2009. Retrieved 28 March 2010.
- Oliver, Laura. "The leading innovators in journalism and media in 2010".
- Angelotti, Ellyn Michele. "Live Blog: 'Finding the Future of Journalism'".
- Luft, Oliver. "NUJ Regional Press Awards shortlist unveiled".
- Kiss, Jemima. "Can you rank journalists by authority on Twitter? PeerIndex thinks so". The Guardian (London). Retrieved 7 January 2010.
- "Paul Bradshaw". LinkedIn. Retrieved 28 March 2010.