It's an interesting development in the ongoing transformation of the publishing industry, and one that results from a couple of media's biggest trends. First, there's the increasing appetite for video, and second, there's the migration of audiences from owned and operated sites to social networks.
So we're ignoring the German, Roman and Israeli roots, are we?
But by some newspaper’s logic, this could be a centuries-old headline. While self-described “migrant” Christian said the
So, what sort of relationship will Britain's new Prime Minister have with the press? She has enjoyed the giddiest of honeymoon periods, depicted as 'a serious woman for serious times'. Her rapid elevation to No 10 Downing Street was received with near-universal acclaim by the nation's leader writers.
A petition to grant Brighton & Hove independence reached 1,662 signatures last year. The group has many diverse aims and
The Independent Police Complaints Commission: Living in a World of Tangerine Trees and Marmalade Skies.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) report on the use of force by police could have been headed "Ours is the Most Restrained Police Service in the World And Will Strive to Improve Still Further." Of course they didn't; instead we saw the IPCC attempting to justify their beleaguered existence and ingratiate itself with a public who, like front line police officers, distrusts them. The result; a morale damaging report on the police use of force.
British people are the most likely to say their press is right wing out of seven European countries - and the most likely to say the press is too negative about immigration...
Telegraph bosses have caved to pressure from staff to withdraw controversial motion sensors that were installed under their
Jeremy Corbyn been condemned by the Daily Telegraph, after it published a front page piece blasting him for not being able
One of Britain's biggest newspapers has launched a blistering attack on the commissioner who ruled against it in an investigation