The Protester is TIME’s 2011 Person of the Year
In a celebration of democracy, TIME Magazine has chosen The Protester as their Person of the Year.
‘BBC local radio: has the BBC scored an own goal with its cut plans?’
Patrick Foster discusses the BBC’s proposal to cut £15m from its local radio budget.
‘L.A. Times Rocked by More Turmoil: Top Editor Quits With Cuts Looming’
Russ Stanton has resigned as editor of the Los Angeles Times after four years. He is the fourth editor in a row to leave following demands for cutbacks.
‘Judges will decide who can tweet from court’
“Why should journalists be treated differently from the public at large?” asks Joshua Rozenberg following Lord Judge’s guidance on the use of Twitter from the courts of England and Wales.
‘UK is Europe’s most digitally aware nation, Ofcom study finds’
Ofcom, which has released its annual Communications Market Report, have said that the UK spend more time online, own more smartphones and digital video recorders and watch more television online than any country in Europe.”
‘Tony Maddox, CNN: ‘2011 is the most demanding year we can remember’
Journalism.co.uk talks to the executive vice president and managing director of CNN about the year in news, which he describes as “the most demanding year we can remember”.
‘Mansfield photographer’s shock at arrest threat’
A photographer in Nottingham is told by police community support officers that it is “illegal to take photographs in a public place”.