The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 13 January 2012

Romney

Politico, the politics based media outlet is teaming up with Facebook to monitor posts about Republican presidential candidates. Read our daily round-up of media news and developments Read more »

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The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 9 January 2012

John Kampfner, Index on Censorship’s Chief Executive will be stepping down at the end of March and moving to a job at Google. Read our daily round-up of media news and developments Read more »

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The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 6 January 2012

Colin Myler, the former editor of the News of the World has been appointed as the new editor-in-chief of the New York Daily News. Read our daily round-up of media news and developments Read more »

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The war is over, but the battle for Libya’s free press is still to be won

The window of time between keeping unbiased independent news organisations and going back to square one – to state-owned biased media – is limited and depends on how soon experts can step in, writes Suliman Ali Zway Read more »

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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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The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 16 December 2011

The Facebook ‘timeline’ feature is now available everywhere. The new look is currently voluntary, but will become compulsory in a few weeks. Read our daily round-up of media news Read more »

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The Journalism Foundation is an independent charitable foundation which promotes, develops and sustains free and independent journalism throughout the world. We believe that a free press is an essential instrument of a stable society, and the aim of The Journalism Foundation is to demonstrate how journalism can be a force for good by supporting projects which have a direct and positive effect on people’s lives. Read more »

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The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 9 December 2011

There have been some big changes to Twitter overnight. Read The Journalism Foundation’s daily round-up of media news and developments Read more »

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How an amateur photographer captured the Arab Spring

The world watched the Arab Spring unfold through the lens of photographers in Libya, Tunisia and beyond. Some were professionals; others, like Chris Belsten, were amateurs with a Flickr account 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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