Leveson indicates the direction of his final report

Leveson

Lord Justice Leveson gave an indication as to the direction of his final report, which will set out the measures taken in order to improve the culture, practice and ethics of the press Read more »

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News International pays substantial sums to victims of phone-hacking

Swathes of celebrities and politicians have settled damages claims over the News of the World phone-hacking scandal, the High Court heard today Read more »

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Duchess of York

The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 16 January 2012

Jason Farrell of Sky News says that the Duchess of York is only guilty of good investigative journalism as she is charged for secretly filming in orphanages. Read our daily round up of media news Read more »

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CPJ

The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 21 December 2011

CPJ has issued a special report, identifying that 43 journalists have been killed around the world in direct relation to their work in 2011. Read our daily round-up of media news
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Media Map

The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 14 December 2011

From Freedom of the Press to GDP, the Media Map Project brings together comparable data that shed light on how measures of media and development intersect. Read our daily round-up of media news Read more »

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Life within the News International hierarchy

David Brewerton was The Times’ Executive Editor for three years. So how did he fail to see what was going on within the organisation? Read how life looked from the inside of News International Read more »

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