Paul Myers

Internet Research Specialist, BBC

BBC

Internet Research Specialist

@researchclinic

Biography

Paul Myers is a BBC internet research specialist. Paul joined the BBC in 1995 as a news information researcher. He also runs The Internet Research Clinic, a website dedicated to directing journalists to the best research links, apps and resources. His role in the BBC Academy sees him organize and deliver training courses related to internet investigation, data journalism, freedom of information, reporting statistics, working with social media, web design and image production. He has worked with leading programmes like Panorama, Watchdog, national news bulletins, BBC Online, local & national radio and the World Service. He is also a regular blogger on the BBC College of Journalism website. Paul has also helped train personnel from The Guardian, the Daily Telegraph, the Times, Channel 4, CNN, the World Bank and the UNDP.

5 June 2015

The Social Impact of Digital Storytelling