The Sun’s Tom Newton Dunn accuses the Daily Mail of stealing photos, again. … Read the full post »
Here are my posts about the state of journalism and how it is carried out, mainly focusing on the UK but with the occasional piece about other countries too.
Not something you read every day: You can read the full story about the camel here.
From Wired: Every 30 seconds or so, the algorithmic bull pen of Narrative Science, a 30-person company occupying a large room on the fringes of the Chicago Loop, extrudes a story whose very byline is a question of philosophical inquiry. The computer-written product could be a pennant-waving second-half update of a Big Ten basketball contest, … Read the full post »
You might have thought that with all the fuss about the moment over whether the newspaper industry can really be trusted to regulate its own affairs in a meaningful manner, not to mention all the embarrassing issues highlighted by the Leveson Report, that the newspaper industry would at least be being rather careful about its … Read the full post »
In all the debate over how to implement the Leveson report, there are an awful lot of duff arguments rolled out. … Read the full post »
In amongst all the talk about Royal Charters, statutory underpinning and the like, there’s been an awful lot of talk about how a press regulator should be structured and almost nothing about what rules the regulator should enforce. … Read the full post »
Oh dear. This is what happens when you break an embargo. … Read the full post »
Spotted today at the foot of a story about how suicides peak in May… … Read the full post »
Never let it be said that the worlds of politics and media are overly self-referential… but Joe Otten has spotted the wonderful story of the Labour press officer with the job of issuing a press release calling on himself to change a decision that he had made.