Colin Myler

Tabloids will only survive online, says Graham Johnson

‘The Only Way Is Ethics – Newspapers After Leveson’: Graham Johnson, former Sunday Mirror Investigations Editor says that tabloid newspapers will not survive under a new regulatory system
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Simon Kelner, editor of The Independent.

Statutory regulation of the press is not the answer, says Simon Kelner

Journalism Foundation CEO Simon Kelner addressed The Westminster Media Forum this afternoon as part of a discussion on the priorities for future press regulation in the UK. Read more »

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Journalism students talk about the future of media

At a time when the media is so publicly on trial, jobs are few and print is struggling, The Journalism Foundation spoke to the next generation of student journalists about why, at this point, they feel drawn to a
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Homeless people used as 4G wireless hotspots in Austin, Texas

The advertising agency BBH has launched an initiative called ‘Homeless Hotspots’, which uses homeless people as wireless hotspots in Austin, Texas. Read more »

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News Corporation’s hacking bill exceeds £100m

Yesterday Rupert Murdoch’s News Group newspapers paid out over £300,000, bringing their total bill for the phone hacking scandal to a reported £125m Read more »

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7-'Free at last'

In Tunisia the battle for media freedom is far from over

Despite the democratic gains in the wake of the former Tunisian President Ben Ali fleeing in January last year, the battle for media freedom in Tunisia is far from over Read more »

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Arab world suffers decline in media freedom

2011 saw a decline in media freedom across many countries in the Arab world, in spite of the democratic gains of the Arab Spring Read more »

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BBC set to launch ‘Brave New World Service’ in 2014

‘This is the BBC World Service’ – words that are heard every day all over the world, but ones that held particular resonance for John McCarthy as he was chained up in an underground cell with a radio pressed against his ear Read more »

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'Free at last'

Facebook to arrange, Twitter to share, YouTube to show the world

The Arab Spring was widely reported as the Twitter and Facebook revolution. Collected are some of the key social media commentators of the Arab Spring, writes Celia Graham-Dixon Read more »

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Newspaper coverage of The Journalism Foundation

Diary of the day: The Journalism Foundation’s launch

The Journalism Foundation launches today. Keep up to date with press coverage, The Journalism Foundation’s diary of the day, plus tweets, comments and more Read more »

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