Press TV journalists said to be freed ‘very soon’

‘Fresh hope that British journalists in Libya will be freed ‘very soon”
A video of reporter Nicholas Davies and cameraman Gareth Montgomery-Johnson, who work for Iranian broadcaster Press TV has shown that the journalists, who were detained three weeks ago by Libyan militia are in good health.

‘Ofcom should oversee new PCC, if newspapers cannot agree own reforms’
Ofcom might oversee the new reconstituted PCC if the press fail to agree on reforms.

‘Leveson attacks ‘utterly misleading’ Times court statement’
Lord Justice Leveson has described a witness statement from a former Times journalist as “utterly misleading” and “not accurate”.

‘Oldest photo magazine says iPad launch ‘exceeded our wildest expectations”
The British Journal of Photography has reported a more than 10-fold increase in readership since it launched its iPad edition.

‘The newsonomics of targeted TV’
Ken Doctor of Nieman Journalism Lab says that “Television is about to be disrupted by the same fragmentation print has faced”.

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