A photographer told the Leveson Inquiry yesterday that he was sent to shoot Kate and Gerry McCann’s first holiday “without Madeleine” in 2008. The photographer also revealed that he was offered £10,000 by the Mail on Sunday for pictures of Met anti-terror boss chief Andy Hayman having a drink with a married woman in a pub.
‘ProPublica gets $1.9 million from Knight to expand its efforts in data journalism’
ProPublica is to receive a $1.9 million data journalism grant from the Knight Foundation.
‘I visited the Leveson Inquiry on ‘the dullest day yet’’
Craig Silverman discusses his visit to the Leveson Inquiry yesterday.
‘Journalist arrested in Belarus for publishing pictures of teddy bears’
Roy Greenslade reports how Belarusian security agents have arrested a website editor for publishing photographs of teddy bears.
‘From Nieman Reports: The “New Verification” means high stakes in an age of social media’
“The price for inaccuracy has never been higher” argues Craig Silverman in ‘Nieman Reports: Truth in the age of social media’.