‘Ofcom announces changes to Channel 4 Board’
Ofcom has announced that the Royal Opera House chief executive Tony Hall will replace Lord Puttnam as deputy chairman of Channel 4.
‘Q&A Sky News: 2011, an extraordinary year for news’
Sarah Whitehead, the head of international news at Sky News talks to journalism.co.uk about this year in news.
‘Swedish journalists found guilty on terrorism charges in Ethiopia’
The Swedish journalists Johan Persson and Martin Schibbye have been convicted of supporting terrorism by a court in Ethiopia.
‘U.S Considers Combating Somali Militants’ Twitter Use’
American officials have said that the government is looking into the legal options to shut down the Twitter account of the Shabab militant group of Somalia. Jeffrey Gettleman of The New York Times says that this opens “debate over the line between free speech and support for terrorism.”
‘YouTube Rewind 2011: The Year in Review’
YouTube look back at the moments that defined the site in 2011.
‘Sun wins Ofcom appeal against news sites being regulated by video watchdog’
News Group Newspapers, publisher of The Sun has won its appeal against Authority for Television On Demand, who argued earlier this year that The Sun’s internet video offering met the definition of an On-Demand Programme Service, set out in the Communications Act in 2003