‘Dacre’s press cards plan facing Desmond veto’
Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre’s plan to make new regulator control press cards is facing veto from Richard Desmond’s Northern and Shell.
‘This Week in Review: Newspaper survival strategies, and the price of change in New Orleans’
Nieman Journalism Lab reviews last week in the media, including newspapers’ various strategies and Journatic.
‘A week when the BBC and Guardian reveal their hidden financial pain’
Ian Burrell discusses the BBC releasing its annual report later today and the Guardian Media Group warning its staff that it is losing up to £1m a week.
‘The media has two tribes, but there’s only one winner’
“The media has two tribes, but there’s only one winner” says Antonia Senior of the Guardian, “Modern media are dogged by a “two cultures” mentality.”
‘Is the media ignoring Sudan’s uprising?’
Al Jazeera asks if the media is ignoring Sudan’s uprising, which they say is “its own version of the Arab Spring.”
‘Microsoft sells MSNBC.com stake’
Microsoft is selling its stake in the news website MSNBC.com. They confirmed late last night that they will sell their 50% stake in MSNBC.com, the website they launched in 1996.