Chinese writer Mo Yan winning the 2012 Nobel Prize for Literature is making headline news in China, receiving praise and controversy among internet users.
‘BBC ignored my Jimmy Savile complaint, claims former director’
A former BBC TV director has claimed he blew the whistle about Jimmy Savile having sex with a young girl at the BBC but was ignored when he reported the incident to his bosses.
‘Guardian corrects byline on piece ‘substantially based on a Reuters story’’
As a Guardian editor’s byline appeared above a story based on a Reuters article, Poynter asks how much does a news organisation have to add to wire copy before it can take credit for a story?
‘Paul Kimmage defence fund reaches $58,000′
The defence fund set up to support cycling journalist Paul Kimmage in his defamation defence against the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has reached more than $58,000 in just over weeks.
‘Now regional publishers join with national editors to attack Leveson’
Roy Greenslade discusses how papers have ‘attacked’ Leveson.