‘How the digital divide developed in New Orleans & what that means for the future of news there’
As the New Orleans-based newspaper The Times-Picayune shifts from publishing every day to just three times a week, and the number of broadband subscribers in the city remains low, Poynter discusses the future of news in Louisiana.
‘JP journalists in Sheffield to ballot on strike’
After eight redundancies are expected to be made across the Doncaster Free Press, Derbyshire Times, Sheffield Star and its sister title the Sheffield Telegraph, Johnston Press journalists in Sheffield have threatened to strike.
‘Hacking is ‘tip of the iceberg’ in data black market’
According to MP’s, phone-hacking is the “tip of the iceberg…in a black market of information.”
‘Do newspaper sex adverts really encourage the trafficking of women?’
Roy Greenslade discusses whether newspaper sex adverts encourage the trafficking of women.
‘Al-Jazeera show’s Twitter account hacked’
The Twitter account of Al-Jazeera’s English-language social media show has been hacked by supporters of Syrian President Bashar Assad.