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A new school of thought is finding itself in newsrooms.  We have seen how international media have reported the conflict in Syria, the refugee problem in Europe, US elections etc. 149 more words

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The media and Grenfell Tower: the good, the bad and the ugly

Just over a week on from the Grenfell Tower horror, it’s clear there are goodies and baddies.

Top of the list of those who have emerged with reputations enhanced are, of course, London’s firefighters, and their impressive chief Dany Cotton. 846 more words

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The Four letter F word News!!!

As far as I know, A.R. Rahman is an accomplished music composer. A musical genius, he is also known to be a very humble and genial human being. 907 more words


Submission to Public Interest Journalism Committee calls for new defence to gag laws

By MARK PEARSON Follow @Journlaw

My submission to an Australian parliamentary committee examining the future of journalism proposes a new defence to give genuine public interest journalism a market advantage over fake news, celebrity gossip and other unethical infotainment products. 2,397 more words

How to cover unspeakable tragedy

The sight of pizza always cheers me up.

But a picture of our favourite Italian food gave me particular joy this week.

The @BostonGlobe sent us pizza to keep us going.

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