The High Court has said that news broadcasters do not have to hand over footage of the Dale Farm eviction to police.
‘Leveson inquiry: Harry Evans, Peter Oborne – live’
The Guardian’s live coverage as former Sunday Times editor, Harry Evans and Daily Telegraph columnist, Peter Oborne give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry.
‘Daily Express sued by parent who denies racism claim’
Express Newspapers is being sued for defamation over a story headlined “Head hits at ‘racist parents’” that appeared last year.
‘NS hails traffic boost as Bernstein made digital director’
The New Statesman has said that it receives more than twice the monthly web traffic of rival political weekly The Spectator.
‘Software developer revives debate about whether journalists should learn to code’
Poynter discusses whether or not journalists should learn to code.
‘Facebook: is it really worth $100bn?’
With 70 per cent of the world’s internet users signed up to Facebook, Shane Richmond asks “can it justify such a high flotation?”