The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 23 January 2012

Press TV‘Iran’s Press TV loses UK licence’
Ofcom has pulled the plug of the English-language Iranian news network for breaching the Communications Act

‘Newspapers in Japan defy West’s media malaise’
According to the World Association of Newspapers, 92% of the Japanese population reads a paid daily

‘Survey: 59 per cent of newspaper readers say price has put them off’
A study shows that consumers find magazines and newspapers increasingly expensive

‘Daily Mail publisher loses challenge to Leveson inquiry anonymity ruling’
Associated Press has lost its high court challenge to overturn the Leveson Inquiry’s decision to hear anonymous evidence from journalists

‘It’s not TV, it’s Reuters TV: Rethinking a news channel for online audiences’
The news agency, which is traditionally known for its financial coverage, has launched this a YouTube channel this week

‘Website Scout London to launch weekly print mag’
London’s guide to entertainment and events is set to launch a new weekly print magazine in March

‘Egyptian citizen journalism ‘Mosireen’ tops YouTube’
A collection of some of the most iconic images of the Egyptian revolution takes YouTube by storm

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