Winston Churchill said the UK and US are ‘divided by a common language’, but does this hold true of the US–UK journalism market? This chapter examines the journalistic practice of operating as an international journalist and the different news values and newsgathering between the US and the UK. It also makes a comparison of traditional journalism and Journalism 2.0 to gain insights into current practice. It will also look at both reporting about the UK for a predominantly American audience and reporting as a foreign correspondent back to the UK.