The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 25 January 2012

‘Survey: 68 per cent say they distrust tabloids’
A new survey has revealed that 68% of the British public do not trust tabloids

‘Leveson urged to ensure libel law reform is not delayed’
John Kampfner of Index on Censorship urged Lord Justice Leveson to ensure there is a reformation of England’s libel laws

‘Why newspapers are closing the shutters on staff photographers’
Roy Greenslade discusses the reduction in staff photographers at newspapers

‘Julian Assange Is Getting His Own TV Show’
Julian Assange is starting his own TV show in the spring, where he’ll interview “key political players, thinkers and revolutionaries”

‘Women’s groups condemn use of ‘harmful’ stereotypes in media’
Women’s rights groups have asked for more balanced reporting of violence against women and “consistent regulation” of the print media, says journalism.co.uk

‘Why privacy is essential for free speech to thrive’
“Privacy is essential for free speech to thrive” says Jo Glanville of Index on Censorship

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