Why it’s time to really, truly, improve online advertising

Coming down off the rosy glow of several days in San Francisco, the beautiful city by the bay, the attendees of the Online News Association meeting are returning home with heads spinning full of inspiration and enthusiasm Read more »

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Germany’s second largest news agency files for bankruptcy

Insolvency proceedings have been agreed by the District Court of Berlin-Charlottenburg as Germany’s second largest news agency, DAPD, has filed for bankruptcy Read more »

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Financial Times ‘highly valued’, says incoming Pearson chief

Media monitor, October 3: John Fallon, who will replace Marjorie Scardino as the CEO of Pearson described the Financial Times as a “valuable”, but did not rule out a sell-off Read more »

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BBC urged to launch inquiry into Jimmy Savile abuse allegations

The BBC is under pressure to mount an inquiry into allegations of sex abuse brought against Jimmy Savile. They also face questions about their decision to halt a film investigating the accusations Read more »

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61-year-old journalist arrested in computer-hacking probe

Media monitor, October 2: Two men including a 61-year-old journalist have been arrested by officers investigating allegations of computer hacking Read more »

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Daily Telegraph urges David Cameron to resist statutory regulation

Media monitor, October 1: The Daily Telegraph has urged Prime Minister David Cameron to resist statutory regulation of the press if Leveson demands it in his report Read more »

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Prince Harry confirms he won’t complain to PCC over nude photos

St James’s Palace has said today that they will not be making an official complaint to the Press Complaints Commission about the Sun’s decision to publish nude pictures of Prince Harry Read more »

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News International denies allegation regarding phone hacking and stories

Media monitor, September 28: News International has challenged an allegation that all major stories in the News of the World over a two-year period were a result of phone hacking Read more »

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ITV to axe 45 jobs from regional news operation

ITV has announced today that it will be restructuring its regional news operation by axing around 45 jobs. Cutbacks will be made to technical, craft and support roles as well as editorial roles Read more »

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Magazine publisher Future brings in £5m via its digital editions

Media monitor, September 27: Magazine publisher Future has sold more than £5m worth of digital editions of titles including Total Film and Metal Hammer in the last 11 months Read more »

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