Sunday edition of Sun sold 3 million copies, says Murdoch

‘New Sun sold 3m copies says Murdoch’
The Sunday edition of the Sun, which went on sale for the first time yesterday is said to have sold 3 million copies, according to Rupert Murdoch

‘Leveson Inquiry: Lord Prescott to appear’
The Leveson inquiry resumes today with Module Two. The former deputy prime minister John Prescott, ex-Scotland Yard officer Brian Paddick and Sue Akers, the Met deputy assistant commissioner in charge of the investigation into phone-hacking will appear

‘Leveson inquriy: Sue Akers, Lord Prescott, Brian Paddick – live’
Watch the Leveson Inquiry live here

‘This Week In Review: A nonprofit news dead-end in Chicago, and political meddling in Philly’
Nieman Journalism Lab provide a review of last week in the media

‘Efforts made to free British journalists detained in Libya’
Two British journalists working for the Iranian broadcaster Press TV have been arrested in Libya

‘Report to urge BBC to ditch controversial local radio cuts’
The BBC will be urged to axe senior management rather than cut local radio budgets

‘The newsonomics of hyperlocal’s next round: Patch, Digital First, and more’
Ken Doctor provides reasons to be optimistic about hyperlocal journalism

‘Digital growth files 27 per cent profit rise at FT group’
Digital subscriptions of the Financial Times have risen by 29 per cent

‘Tea Leaf Nation: A look at China through a social media lens’
Three former Harvard students have set up a site called Tea Leaf Nation, which analyses China through the lens of social media

‘Simon Kelner: The Sun on Sunday, the Screws without the strings’
Simon Kelner gives his verdict on the Sun on Sunday

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