Tag Archives: Journalism

OPINION: concerns over press freedom

So the day has come- we journalists are going to be regulated. It was reported today that the three main political parties have come to an agreement on a new independent press regulation regime set up by royal charter. The … Continue reading

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Student’s work not valued

Hours of unpaid work, doing the tasks that no one who is actually getting paid wants to do is something many students or people doing ‘work experience’ face. At the start of this month the House of Commons heard a … Continue reading

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OPINION: Public Relations is a necessity in the NHS

The NHS have been getting a hard time lately, be it with poor patient treatment, corrupt waiting lists or sloppy medical procedures however I think that the latest news of the BBC comes as an attack on the industry we … Continue reading

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OPINION: Barclays pays out the big bucks

Today it was reported by the BBC that a more than 400 employees of Barclays bank earned more than £1m last year. This comes after a number of scandals made by the bank last year when they submitted false interest … Continue reading

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The man who leaked the Leveson Report.

That blue booklet is something the British press have feared since the start of the Leveson Inquiry- the final report. However now that the Leveson Report is out, loud, and proud we journalists can take a deep breath. So what are … Continue reading

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Get your hands off my cookies!

Now here is a pleasent surprise in 2012 where more and more news websites and articles you run into have a paywall… The Financial Times has taken down its paywall for its Money Supply blog. So instead of paying a … Continue reading

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Will we see media dictatorships?

A drastic and potentially harmful idea has hit the media industry this week. By the end of the year the FCC may ease media ownership regulations. For some media outlets, this could be great news and improve revenue in the … Continue reading

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