Lord Condon gives evidence at Leveson Inquiry today

‘Leveson inquiry: Lord Condon, Lord Stevens, Lynne Owens – live’
Lord Condon, the former Met commissioner is the first witness at the Leveson Inquiry today. Condon’s time at the top of the Met from 1993 to 2000 has been described as “the most traumatic six years a commissioner has faced”

‘What are wannabe journalists supposed to make of ‘the public interest’?’
Roy Greenslade discusses an extract by a City university MA student from ‘The phone hacking scandal: journalism on trial’, which deals with the realities that face wannabe journalists

‘Tweeting from court: ‘It’s multi-skilling gone mad”
Press Gazette report on the unease journalists have felt over tweeting from court

‘BBC commercial plans are unambitious, say MPs’
A committee of MP’s have said that the BBC must boost commercial revenue despite its budget cuts

‘Apple iPad 3 event: a guide to the rumours’
As Apple unveil the next iPad, Shane Richmond discusses what we might expect

‘Marie Colvin funeral to be held in New York this weekend’
The funeral of the Sunday Times war correspondent Marie Colvin, will take place in New York this weekend

‘Freedom of Expression Awards 2012′
The Index on Censorship Freedom of Expression Awards 2012 present nominees in four categories: journalism, advocacy, innovation and arts

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