media reform coalition

Only 13% support the current levels of cuts taking place under the Tories.
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They demanded an urgent meeting to discuss 'imbalances' in coverage.
Academics from nine British universities have written to the BBC requesting a meeting about the “significant groundswell
The online and television media showed “clear and consistent bias” against Jeremy Corbyn at the start of the Labour leadership
The Media Reform Coalition are pressing for something Curran refers to as the "elephant in the room". A 15 percent cap on cross-media ownership, giving up 20 percent of any given news market to public service obligations, and in the case of the 15 percent threshold, diluting share ownership to further undermine the power of publishers.