Phone Hacking Trial: Brooks on legitimate Sun Stories and turning down MPs’ Expenses – Martin Hickman

28 02 2014

sun-getcccctyDay 60: Stories for which the Sun paid a civil servant thousands of pounds could have come from a variety of legitimate sources rather than a public official, the paper’s former editor Rebekah Brooks said today. Read the rest of this entry »





Plurality Begins at Home: Policies for Invigorating Local Media – Steve Barnett

28 02 2014

Mock-up-of-a-local-paper-002While much of the headline debate on plurality tends to revolve around undue concentration at the national level – how to define it, how to measure it, how to prevent it – a growing local problem risks being ignored. Read the rest of this entry »





Social Media Sites and Cyberabuse, Part 2 – Clare Brown

28 02 2014

social-media-logosIn the second of this two part post Clare Brown, Library & Information Manager at Collyer Bristow examines developments and potential risks of a range of social media websites.  Part 1 was published on 27 February 2014. Read the rest of this entry »