The Daily Mail & General Trust has reported a 24 per cent slump in operating profits at its newspaper publishing arm. Despite this, there has been a surge in profits at its regional newspaper operations.
”Very strong public mood’ for ‘strict’ press regulation, finds poll’
A new study by the Institute for Public Policy Research has found that more than 80 per cent of the British public are in favour of “strict” regulation of the press.
‘Leveson inquiry: Frédéric Michel, Adam Smith – live’
Jeremy Hunt’s former special adviser and News Corp lobbyist give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry today.
‘Press freedom watchdogs demand release of Palestinian broadcaster’
Press freedom watchdogs have called on the Israeli military to release the director of a Palestinian TV station who was detained last Thursday.
‘How La Nación is using data to challenge a FOIA-free culture’
One of Argentina’s largest newspapers is creating and sharing databases with the public, while training its newsroom to use data visualisations.