Alan Rusbridger on The Guardian’s open journalism and paywalls

Alan Rusbridger

Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger (photo: The Guardian)

‘Alan Rusbridger on The Guardian’s open journalism and paywalls’
The editor of the Guardian says he’s not averse to asking readers to pay for products, but a paywall isn’t “the most interesting thing to be doing at the moment.”

’85% of the World Will Have High-Speed Mobile Internet by 2017′
Today, 85% of the world’s population has access to a mobile phone with voice and text capabilities. Five years from now, in 2017, the same amount of the global community will have access to high-speed 3G Internet through mobile phones, finds a new report from Ericsson.

‘Four Pakistani journalists murdered in a month’
In the month of May alone, four journalists were murdered in Pakistan. Their killings follow two others in Pakistan this year. Roy Greenslade reports.

‘Journalist Martin Lewis hits the jackpot as Moneysavingexpert sold for £87m’
Martin Lewis today became one of richest journalists in history when his website was sold for £87m.

‘Sometimes, less is more in a world of information overload’
Nieman Journalism Labs’ Andrew Phelps experiments with the Last Great Thing, a 20-day experiment in which Internet tastemakers shared one and only one great thing every day.

‘Now available by distance learning: an MA in online journalism’
The MA in Online Journalism at Birmingham City University is now available via distance learning.

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