The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 11 January 2012

‘YouView spent almost £20m in first nine months’
The video-on-demand service YouView spent £20m in its first nine months of operation and paid more than £1m to staff

‘Dispatches editor leaves Channel 4’

Kevin Sutcliffe has stepped down from Channel 4 after 10 years to “look for new projects and challenges”

‘Guardian starts charging 280,000 iPad Readers From Friday; How will it go?
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The newspaper will require a monthly subscription in order for readers to access content

‘How can local papers benefit from digital innovation?’
This will be the question asked at the next digital editors’ network meeting in Manchester in February. The discussion will be based around how regional media will develop in the digital age

‘The Daily Mail, Leveson and anonymous witnesses: four kinds of hypocrisy’
As The Daily Mail argue that the Leveson Inquiry should not take evidence from anonymous witnesses, Brian Cathcart shares his views

‘Piano Media wants national paywalls all over Europe’
“Don’t charge people who lived under Communism for the ability to comment” say Nieman Journalism Lab

‘Al Jazeera, Ushahidi Join in Project to Connect Somalia Diaspora via SMS’
Al Jazeera have launched ‘Somalia Speaks’, which will help to amplify local news from Somalia, via SMS

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