Intern magazine aims to kickstart debate on internships


A new magazine is hoping to kickstart the debate on internships, and it’s hoping crowdfunding will help get its message heard. Continue Reading

Alexander Lebedev gets 150 hours of community service


The Russian owner of the Independent and Evening Standard has been found guilty of battery after he punched another businessman on television. Continue Reading

Sun paywall to cost £2 per week from August

The Sun is introducing a £2 per week subscription package that includes access to Premier League highlights, starting from 1 August. Continue Reading

ASA reveals 2012’s top 10 most complained about ads


He’s had a controversial career in the footballing world, but it’s Stuart Pearce’s appearance in a Go Compare advert that has seen him top the Advertising Standards Authority’s list of most complained about adverts in 2012. Continue Reading

Newsquest’s sweary kids promote local media’s superpowers

Local newspapers have had a hard time of it in recent years, what with shrinking circulations and a fall in advertisers. Continue Reading

What to do with Page 3? [Video]

The No More Page 3 campaign, which is calling upon Sun editor Dominic Mohan to take the bare boobs out of the national newspaper, continues to gather support. Continue Reading

Myspace looks to empower users with redesign

Remember Myspace? The greatest hero-to-zero story in social networking’s history is still going, and is aiming for a triumphant comeback à la Rocky with another redesign. Continue Reading

Blur set to debut new songs in Twitter ‘gig’

Ever-aging Brit-rockers Blur will debut two new songs on Twitter in a unique experiment into live-streaming on the platform. Continue Reading


“Before we all sink into a slough of digital dystopian despair, it might be worth considering this: is this a sign of the strength, not weakness, of revelatory journalism in the digital age?”

Charlie Beckett, director of POLIS at the London School of Economics, reacts to news that the UK government forced the Guardian into destroying hard drives that contained information leaked by Edward Snowden.

(Source: POLIS)


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