CPJ urge Obama to discuss media restrictions in China

‘CPJ calls for media reforms in China’
Joel Simon, the Executive Director of Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has written to President Obama to urge him to “raise concerns about media restrictions in China” when he meets with Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping at the White House. According to CPJ research, at least 27 journalists were in jail at the end of last year

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The Guardian publishes a piece on how Fleet Street reacted to “the News Corp crisis triggered by the Met’s raid on journalists’ homes”

‘Mike Daisey gives anyone a free byte of his Steve Jobs play’
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‘Journalism and the internet: Editors’ quotes from the Leveson Inquiry’
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‘Media Reform responds to arrests at The Sun’
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