About Tim Dawson

This is the website of the British journalist, Tim Dawson.  I am the author of several books, write regularly for national newspapers and magazines and produce audio visual packages for a variety of organisations. For twenty years, I wrote weekly for The Sunday Times and was a section editor on that paper for over a decade.  I am always looking for new outlets for my work as a reporter, editor and writer.
I have also, both now and in the past, undertaken work as a photographer, trainer, speaker, conference chair and facilitator, a PR, a copywriter, and an event and project manager.
I am currently the president of the National Union of Journalists, having served nearly twenty years on its national executives and held various leadership positions in the organisation during that period.  I write about  NUJ-related matters here. In this capacity, I regularly speak at major public events including recent meetings at the Palace of Westminster, the European Parliament and the Trades Union Congress.
If you want to know more about me, here is my LinkedIn profile.  Here is my website www.cycling-books.com.  Here is one of the websites order levaquin online that I run newmodeljournalism.com
If you want to email me about other matters please use tim AT timdawsn.demon.co.uk
If you are interested in the course that I run – Making Internet Journalism Pay – you can find details here.
If you want to follow me on Twitter, I am @timdawsn, @newmodeljourno and, @cyclingbooks
On Skype I am tim.dawson8
Current and previous clients include:
Newspapers
The Times, The Sunday Times, The Independent, The Guardian, Scotland On Sunday, The Scotsman, The Daily Telegraph, The Western Mail, The Herald, The Morning Star and The Daily Star (Beirut).

Magazines
The New Statesman, Prospect, The Times Education Supplement, The Surveyor, Housing Today, New Civil Engineer, People Weekly (US), Cycling Plus, Bicycling (US), People Management, and Amateur Photographer.

Copywriting, campaign management and event reporting
The Royal National Institute for Deaf People, The GMB, The Edinburgh International Festival, Electric Word plc, The Authors Licensing and Collecting Society, and Electric Word plc.

Training
The Guild of Health Writers, HBOS, The Royal Bank of Scotland, The Labour party, The National Union of Journalists, The National Union of Students, Acanthus Architects, Wilson James plc, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and the International Federation of Journalists.

 

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