‘Pulitzer Prizes 2012: a complete list of the winners and their notable work’
The Huffington Post has picked up its first Pulitzer Prize for national reporting, while Politico has also scooped up its first Pulitzer, for editorial cartooning.
‘Lawyer pursuing alleged phone hacking in US considers asking FBI for help’
Mark Lewis, the lawyer at the forefront of the phone-hacking scandal, has arrived in New York, determined to “go wherever the evidence takes us, now some of that evidence is pointing to America.” He is also said to be considering approaching the FBI as part of his pursuit.
‘Northcliffe reports 6% revenue fall and 13% cost reduction’
Northcliffe Media, the regional newspaper publisher has reported a 6% drop in revenue over the past six months.
‘Belfast Telegraph scraps evening edition’
The Belfast Telegraph is scrapping its evening edition and will become a morning-only title.
‘Why the Huffington Post doesn’t equivocate on issues like global warming’
The Nieman Journalism Lab explore The Huffington Post’s editorial policy, which states that “Where truth is ascertainable, we consider it our responsibility to make it very clear and not to — in the guise of some kind of fake objectivity, the media often pretend that every issue has two sides and that both sides deserve equal weight.” This comes off the back of recent comments by the site, which state that they are “not equivocating on the issue of climate change.”
’5 ways young journalists can stay motivated, thrive in the newsroom’
Poynter offer 5 ways that journalists can thrive in the newsroom.