Channel 4 journalists arrested and deported from Bahrain
A Channel 4 News crew has been deported from Bahrain after they were arrested while covering the controversial Formula One grand prix.
The end of the Murdoch Archipelago
James and Rupert Murdoch are set to appear at the Leveson Inquiry this week. No better time, then, to revisit Bruce Page’s The Murdoch Archipelago, the definitive account of the 113-year-old dynasty, its power and influence. First published in 2003, the book was re-worked in October 2011 to encompass the unfolding scandal.
English-Language Daily News Egypt Closes After Seven Years
Bloomberg reports that Egypt’s only independent English-language daily newspaper printed in the country has closed after seven years, according to its editorial staff.
The newsonomics of risking it all
Nieman Labs looks at how investigative reporting is still alive and well with a report on the sixth annual Reva and David Logan Investigative Reporting Symposium at UC Berkeley.
Reuters: Our World Now
An excellent anthology of spectacular news photography from Reuters in Our World Now 5.
A series of blog posts written by the individual members of the Storyful team, from journalists who have experience working for established newspapers and broadcasters, to the technology team who are developing Storyful products.