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Syria joins list of countries where journalists' murders go unpunished

The targeted murders of journalists in Syria means that the war-torn country has entered the annual "impunity index" produced by the Committee to Protect Journalists' (CPJ). Syria joins Iraq, Somalia, the Philippines, and others on the list of countries ... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - 4 hours ago]
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Daily Mirror's 'crying girl' picture lands the paper in an ethical row

The Daily Mirror is in hot water over today's poster-style front page image showing a little girl crying to illustrate a campaign about poverty in Britain. But the girl is not British. It was taken years ago. And she is not weeping because she is poor. ... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - 1 hour ago]
First reported 4 hours ago - Updated 4 hours ago - 1 reports

Paul Weller's children awarded £10,000 for 'intrusive' Mail Online pictures

Singer Paul Weller has been awarded £10,000 in damages because Mail Online published unpixellated pictures of three of his children. Weller sued the website's owner, Associated Newspapers, for misuse of private information on behalf of his daughter ... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - 4 hours ago]
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First reported 4 hours ago - Updated 4 hours ago - 1 reports

Sunday Times journalists win right to appeal over Cruddas story

Two Sunday Times journalists have won permission to appeal against a high court judge's finding that they defamed Conservative party co-treasurer Peter Cruddas. Lord Justice Maurice Kay and Lord Justice Laws, sitting in the appeal court, gave the pair ... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - 4 hours ago]
First reported 6 hours ago - Updated 6 hours ago - 1 reports

Pickles pursues the wrong policy as people reject local newspapers

The estimated population of the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham is somewhere north of 180,000. From 25 April, those residents will not have the opportunity to read a printed local weekly newspaper because Trinity Mirror is closing the Fulham ... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - 6 hours ago]
First reported Apr 15 2014 - Updated Apr 15 2014 - 1 reports

The Sun's sports editor to leave after 29 years with Murdoch's group

Mike Dunn, head of sport at The Sun, is to leave the newspaper. It will end his 29-year association with Rupert Murdoch's outfit, going back to the 1986 move to Wapping. He will, however, remain at the paper long enough to cover this summer's world ... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - Apr 15 2014]
First reported Apr 15 2014 - Updated Apr 15 2014 - 1 reports

Regional newspaper publisher to axe 76 jobs to fund digital investment

The newspaper publisher billed as Britain's largest independent regional news company is planning a massive restructure, with the potential loss of 76 jobs. The Midland News Association (or MNA Media) is to axe staff across all departments - 12 in ... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - Apr 15 2014]
First reported Apr 14 2014 - Updated Apr 14 2014 - 1 reports

PRs outnumber journalists in the US by a ratio of 4.6 to 1

I have pointed out on numerous occasions that there are more PRs in Britain than journalists, which has been the case for many years. The same has also been true in the United States. New figures provided by the US department of labour show that ... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - Apr 14 2014]
First reported Apr 14 2014 - Updated Apr 14 2014 - 1 reports

Journalists are the least well-read people, writes Giles Coren in The Times

Giles Coren, who once let rip at sub-editors for the way they edited his column , has now taken on the whole journalistic fraternity. In his Times column on Saturday, he wrote that "without question" journalists are "the least well-read people you ... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - Apr 14 2014]
First reported Apr 14 2014 - Updated Apr 14 2014 - 1 reports

Time raises debt mountain to acquire IPC Media

Time, the US magazine giant, is planning to raise $1.4bn (£837m) of debt in order to fund the acquisition of its British publishing arm, IPC Media. It is part of Time's attempt to maintain ownership of its empire in the restructure caused by the spin-off ... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - Apr 14 2014]
First reported Apr 11 2014 - Updated Apr 11 2014 - 1 reports

Two more people arrested over payments to public officials

A 42-year-old woman has been arrested by detectives investigating alleged corrupt payments to public officials. Scotland Yard said the former public official was arrested at 6.10 today at her home in south London on suspicion of misconduct in public ... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - Apr 11 2014]
First reported Apr 10 2014 - Updated Apr 10 2014 - 2 reports

Maria Miller and Leveson - believe the facts, not the conspiracy theory

Maria Miller was forced to resign as culture and media minister because of public revulsion over MPs' expenses. It was as simple as that. The idea that her downfall was the result of a media witch hunt fuelled by newspaper editors' anger at her political ... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - Apr 10 2014]

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...an ethical issue in buying a stock photo of a child not in poverty and using it to illustrate poverty? Does it matter that the headline begins "Britain, 2014, but the photo is actually "USA, 2009? "When it comes down to it, to seek to illustrate this story with a crying child was doomed to fail whichever route the Mirror took. It should have thought more carefully." "It's a picture of a crying child made available to Getty for them touse and distribute through their library, which we used for illustrative purposes. Imagine the stink if we'd used a pic of an actual child who had received food parcels." "We would like to point out that the picture of a giant rat in Monday's paper was actually taken in North London, not Merseyside, last year. We were given incorrect information and apologise for the confusion.""
...Dunn, previously sports editor at the News of the World, said: "I never even realised I had worked 29 years for the company until someone told me. To say those years have raced by would be an understatement."
...write the words only ever skim-read other, similar words, thus 'deactivating their deep-reading facility' and stunting their literary development. "Have a looklook at their work. How often do they begin a column with the sentence 'Here's a thing.' or 'So.'? Why do they use 'like' and 'right' and 'okay and 'um' and 'do you know what I mean?' so much? These used to be locutions we laughed at people for uttering aloud, let alone writing. It happens because there was a brief phase a while back when a couple of influential writers thought it would be fun to appropriate street inarticulacy into their professional prose, and in their hands it was a powerful tool."
...Lachlan was not not going to come back. It was a question of how we would work together. How would we be a team? "I was shocked. But I didn't read them and I was not given them until after I had filed for divorce. I regret the whole Vanity Fair thing. I wish we just could have got divorced quietly. There is this view out there, and I'm sure you've heard it, 'Boy, Rupert, he makes a decision and he moves on.'"

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The targeted murders of journalists in Syria means that the war-torn country has entered the annual "impunity index" produced by the Committee to Protect Journalists' (CPJ). Syria joins Iraq, Somalia, the Philippines, and others on the list of countries ...
Sunday Times journalists win right to appeal ov... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - 4 hours ago]
Two Sunday Times journalists have won permission to appeal against a high court judge's finding that they defamed Conservative party co-treasurer Peter Cruddas. Lord Justice Maurice Kay and Lord Justice Laws, sitting in the appeal court, gave the pair ...
Paul Weller's children awarded £10,000 for 'int... [Published Media: Greenslade | guardian.co.uk - 4 hours ago]
Singer Paul Weller has been awarded £10,000 in damages because Mail Online published unpixellated pictures of three of his children. Weller sued the website's owner, Associated Newspapers, for misuse of private information on behalf of his daughter ...
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