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Galloway Doubles Pay Packet With Appearances On Russia, Arab Channels

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 11.07.2014 | UK

George Galloway has earned £65,000 in just six months as a presenter and guest for dubious state-run broadcasters. The Bradford MP is the highest ...

Trial By Media, Death By Press TV

Daniel Brett | Posted 24.06.2014 | UK Politics
Daniel Brett

Human rights activists fear that in spite of its complicity in human rights abuse, Press TV may soon be back on the airwaves, broadcasting more forced confessions and propaganda at a time when President Rouhani is presiding over a bloodbath of political prisoners.

This Kiss Is Not a Kiss: Iran's Problem With Women and Film-Makers

Neil Durkin | Posted 22.07.2014 | UK Entertainment
Neil Durkin

One of the many depressing things about this is that Iran's anti-women conservatives can't seem to see further than their own bigoted views and appreciate that Hatami, as a juror at Cannes, was potentially doing a useful job of projecting (excuse the pun) a positive image of Iran via its amazingly good film industry.

Libyan Militia Held UK Journalists After Mistaking Welsh For Hebrew

The Huffington Post | Charlie Lindlar | Posted 20.03.2012 | UK

Two British journalists working for Iranian state-owned broadcaster Press TV were held captive by Libya militia after they mistook their Welsh for Heb...

Britain is Better Off Without Iranian Press TV, Regardless of What the Channel's Supporters Tell Us

Tom J Wilson | Posted 27.03.2012 | UK Politics
Tom J Wilson

Ofcom has revoked the UK licence of the Iranian state controlled channel Press TV. Since 2007 Press TV has been the flagship of Iran's propaganda mission to the West, and now it is gone and that has to be good news for supporters of democracy and human rights everywhere. Enter Geoffrey Alderman.

Press TV Discredits Itself

Jody Sabral | Posted 25.03.2012 | UK Politics
Jody Sabral

As the internet swarms with reaction to Ofcom's decision to take Press TV off the Sky platform in the UK, the channel is further discrediting itself by ignoring the claims of foul play. Instead of taking the necessary steps to stay on air and protect its employees, Press TV claims this is the end of free speech in Britain.

Iran's English TV Outlet Knocked Off British Screens And Fined

PA/The Huffington Post | Posted 20.01.2012 | UK

Iranian news network Press TV has had its licence to broadcast in the United Kingdom revoked by communications watchdog Ofcom. The London-based cha...