‘Editor suspended over Kate pictures’
The editor of the Irish Daily Star Michael O’Kane was last night suspended over his decision to publish topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge.
‘Topless photos ‘a shocking breach of personal intimacy’, French court told’
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have launched a case against Closer magazine.
‘Neil Kinnock takes legal action as new phone-hacking claims reach 174′
The former Labour party leader Neil Kinnock, former cabinet minister Stephen Byers and Louise Woodward, the former nanny jailed in the US for killing a baby are launching civil actions against News International.
‘NPR’s Todd Mundt says public radio needs to innovate or die’
Todd Mundt, editorial director of NPR’s Digital Services division in Boston says “it’s going to be very interesting how the landscape of public radio evolves over the next few years.”
‘Leveson must protect press freedom’
As we approach the issuing of Leveson’s recommendations for a new system of press regulation, Marta Cooper shares her concerns that his report might “endanger Britain’s centuries-old press freedom.”