Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson to face court

Media monitor, September 26: Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, along with six others, will be in court today to face charges related to alleged phone hacking Read more »

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MySpace hopes to tempt users back with redesign

MySpace has announced its fourth major redesign in an attempt to stem its steady decline after an early peak in 2005. The social network hopes to tempt users back after nearly a decade of steady decline Read more »

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The Sun: Met’s priority is to ‘find and shoot the messenger’

Media monitor, September 25: The Sun condemns the Met for shooting the messenger over the Andrew Mitchell incident and accuses them of targeting it for ‘what is known as journalism’ Read more »

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Time Out re-launches on Tuesday as a freesheet

Free at last: Time Out re-launches in London as a freesheet

Nigel Kendall talks about the new look Time Out as the magazine re-launches in London as a freesheet Read more »

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Three bloggers in Vietnam jailed for ‘anti-state propaganda’

Three bloggers have been jailed in Vietnam for ‘anti-state propaganda’, after posting articles critical of the government to the banned ‘Free Journalists Club’ website Read more »

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Nick Clegg warns press to keep an open mind on Leveson inquiry

Media monitor, September 24: Nick Clegg warns the press and Conservative party not to pre-empt or reject the recommendations of the Leveson inquiry Read more »

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Brixton Blog and Bugle: Supporting local journalism in London

The Journalism Foundation is delighted to announce that it is supporting the Brixton Blog, an online community newspaper and their print edition, the Brixton Bugle Read more »

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Google warned it could face more antitrust trouble in Europe

Media monitor, September 21: The EU competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia says Google must do more to ease concerns that it used its search clout to block rivals.
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Ofcom: Sky is ‘fit and proper’ to hold broadcast licence

Ofcom has ruled that BSkyB will keep its broadcasting licence. The investigation launched the day before News International closed the News of the World in the wake of the phone hacking scandal Read more »

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Ofcom: Sky is ‘fit and proper’ to hold broadcast licence

Media monitor, September 20: Ofcom has said today that Sky is “fit and proper” to hold on to its broadcasting licence after its parent company was embroiled in the phone-hacking scandal Read more »

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