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‘The view from inside Syria’s propaganda machine’

Media monitor, July 5: James Reynolds of the BBC discusses al-Akhbariya, a privately owned Syrian television channel, which “slavishly follow[s] the government line” Read more »

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The New York Times introduces its Chinese language site

Media monitor, July 4: The New York Times has announced that it will be extending its global reach by making its online entry into China. The Chinese edition of the site will be at cn.nytimes.com Read more »

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Associated Newspapers plan global expansion of Mail Online

Media monitor, July 3: Mail Online is expanding opening new bureaux in Toronto, Delhi and Sydney. Online editor Martin Clarke said “this is our chance to compete with everyone else in the world.” Read more »

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Number of warnings over press behaviour surge

Media monitor, July 2: The Press Complaints Commission has revealed that the number of warnings it has issued to newspapers surged in the first six months of this year Read more »

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Senior police officer in Milly Dowler hacking probe

Media monitor, June 29: The deputy chief constable of Surrey Police is being investigated over claims that he failed to act over the hacking of schoolgirl Milly Dowler’s phone Read more »

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Tom Mockridge: News Corp restructure will be ‘very positive’

Media monitor, June 28: News International’s chief executive has told staff that “very positive” changes will be announced today, when Murdoch is expected to confirm that News Corp will be split Read more »

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Express Newspapers reports £1.1m operating loss

Media monitor, June 27: Express Newspapers have reported operating losses of £1.1m. Earlier this year the company announced they would make 100 staff redundant Read more »

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Murdoch considers splitting up News Corporation

Media monitor, June 26: The Wall Street Journal has reported that News Corp is considering splitting into two companies, separating its publishing arm from its much larger entertainment division Read more »

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Met hands files on four more journalists to prosecutors

Media monitor, May 22: The Crown Prosecution Service was yesterday given four files involving four journalists relating to the phone hacking inquiry. Charging decisions are yet to be made Read more »

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Investors accuse News Corp board of ‘lax oversight’

Media monitor, June 21: News Corporation’s directors turned a blind eye to phone hacking by News of the World staff, according to a court filing by a group of the company’s shareholders Read more »

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