Labour MPs have said that Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt’s meeting of News Corporation boss Rupert Murdoch at the Olympic Games was “quite inappropriate”.
‘Kidnap highlights bravery of British media in Syria’
Photographer John Cantlie who was taken hostage in Syria returned to London last week. Sunday Times foreign editor Sean Ryan has described the British media as “extraordinarily brave”.
‘Investigative news channel ‘The I Files’ launches on YouTube’
The Center for Investigative Reporting has launched a new investigative news channel on YouTube, called The I Files.
‘Newhouse on New Orleans changes: ‘There’s every reason to be upset and angry, but…’’
Steve Newhouse, the chairman of Advance.net, the digital division of Advance Publications Inc., which owns more than 34 newspapers in 11 states in the US says “There’s every reason to be upset and angry,” after he decided to reduce print frequency and staff at his newspapers and move most of the publishing online.
‘This Week in Review: NBC’s tape-delay economics, and Twitter’s free-speech crossroads’
Nieman Journalism Lab review last week in the media.