‘Church of England sells News Corp shares in phone-hacking protest’
The Church of England has sold all of its shares in News Corporation due to concerns that Rupert Murdoch’s media empire has not learned lessons from the phone-hacking scandal.
‘Sun journalist arrested in Elveden probe released on bail’
A Sun journalist was released on bail last night after being arrested yesterday morning by officers from the Met’s Operation Elveden on suspicion of conspiracy to corrupt and conspiracy to cause misconduct in a public office.
‘Matt Kelly on leaving Mirror role: ‘The framework is there for somebody to really take it forward”
Matt Kelly, publisher for Mirror Group Digital talks to Journalism.co.uk about his time at the Mirror.
‘Survey: Editors still spend most of their time editing’
As it stands, editors think “original reporting is far more important to a story’s success than “shareability” or SEO.”, but more time is spent monitoring other media than it was three years ago.
‘Communications Data Bill: Technology is making dystopia not possible, but cheap’
Mike Harris of the Independent says that the “boom in surveillance technology sales is chilling free speech. We need to wake up to this reality.”