Tag Archives: newspapers

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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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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News for kids- big business

Developing on from my last post and the fact that the internet has allowed a different age group to be involved in the news and media this post will cover what it is like being a child of the internet … Continue reading

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It’s up to us – fellow future journalists!

“I do believe that the future of journalism will be better than its past,” Richard Gingras, the current head of Google said to journalism students at San Francisco State University. Deep breaths people heading into the media industry, it is … Continue reading

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“Jeeves Pass Me The Print Newspaper”

One article that caught my eye recently had the headline ‘The Richer You Are, The More You Read Print’ – you would think that in the multimedia age of laptops and ipads people with larger incomes would of course be … Continue reading

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Journalism is Not a Dying Industry

In 2009 when I was applying to study journalism at my home institution in Glasgow, Scotland I was faced with many comments from people (who are not family or friends) like: “Why are you going into journalism? It’s a dying … Continue reading

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