Director of Journalism, Politics and Contemporary History
Paul Broster is Associate Director of Journalism at the University of Salford and Programme Leader of MA Journalism, the university’s NCTJ-accredited postgraduate course.
Paul has worked as a news editor, news correspondent and feature writer across national, regional and local newspapers for 20 years, including the Daily Express and Manchester Evening News.
His teaching focuses on print and online journalism and his research explores the future and sustainability of newspaper journalism in the digital age. Paul is also an examiner for the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ), a trainer for the BBC College of Journalism and an external examiner for journalism at Southampton Solent University.