The Guardian's Anywhere But Westminster wins Orwell Prize for Journalism
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The Guardian's Anywhere But Westminster wins Orwell Prize for Journalism

Guardian journalists John Harris and John Domokos have been awarded the Orwell Prize for Journalism for their Guardian video series, Anywhere But Westminster.

28/06/2021

Raab Condemns Forced Closure of Hong Kong Newspaper
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Raab Condemns Forced Closure of Hong Kong Newspaper

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has condemned the forced closure of a Hong Kong newspaper describing the move as “a chilling blow to freedom of expression.”

25/06/2021

Report Finds Increased Need For Trusted And Reliable News During Pandemic
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Report Finds Increased Need For Trusted And Reliable News During Pandemic

The Reuters Institute Digital News Report has found that the coronavirus pandemic has driven the need for trusted and reliable news, with news brands seeing a rise in subscriptions and trust.

25/06/2021

SoE announces donation to Journalism Diversity Fund
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SoE announces donation to Journalism Diversity Fund

The Society of Editors has announced a donation to the Journalism Diversity Fund, the fund which helps make a career in journalism more viable for a wider range of candidates.

25/06/2021

The things they said (in our May/June issue)
REVIEW

The things they said (in our May/June issue)

James Evelegh picks out some of the highlights from the latest issue of InPublishing magazine.

By James Evelegh  |  24/06/2021

NMA Chairman Awarded MBE in Queen’s Birthday Honours List
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NMA Chairman Awarded MBE in Queen’s Birthday Honours List

News Media Association chairman Henry Faure Walker, Newsquest chief executive, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

23/06/2021

The Sun announces new partners for its Who Cares Wins Awards
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The Sun announces new partners for its Who Cares Wins Awards

The Sun has partnered with public service broadcaster Channel 4 and NHS Charities Together for its annual Who Cares Wins awards.

22/06/2021

Philippa Perry joins The Observer Magazine
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Philippa Perry joins The Observer Magazine

The Observer has announced that Philippa Perry has joined as its new advice columnist.

21/06/2021

MPP Global integrates Zephr as an Intelligent Paywall partner
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MPP Global integrates Zephr as an Intelligent Paywall partner

MPP Global has announced a strategic partnership with Zephr to provide publishers with a joint solution that optimises subscription revenues across print and digital channels.

21/06/2021

Word of the year: hybrid
COMMENT

Word of the year: hybrid

If the word of 2020 was ‘pivot’, then the word of 2021 has got to be ‘hybrid’.

By James Evelegh  |  18/06/2021

Ditching the generic
INTERVIEW

Ditching the generic

How can you edit a regional newspaper when you never visit the area you’re writing about? By filling it with generic content, an approach that National World’s David Montgomery, the new owner of JPI Media, is rapidly doing away with.

By Ray Snoddy  |  18/06/2021

Newsrooms: we will remember them
FEATURE

Newsrooms: we will remember them

Widespread closures of newsrooms are taking place at Reach, the UK’s largest media group, with most staff to work mainly at home even after Covid-19. The move has sparked vivid memories, as Steve Dyson reports.

By Steve Dyson  |  18/06/2021

Dinner or Diner? The biggest question of 2021
MEDIA FUTURES

Dinner or Diner? The biggest question of 2021

Who owns the mainstream media outlets is now a massive issue. It has big implications for politics, freedom of speech and ultimately for democracy and the future of our society. Yet it also has major implications for running a media business itself.

By Jim Bilton  |  18/06/2021

Registered users drive commercial strategy
FEATURE

Registered users drive commercial strategy

A customer-first strategy, a commitment to innovation and a desire to collaborate are powering growth at the UK’s biggest news publisher, writes Meg Carter.

By Meg Carter  |  18/06/2021

Collaboration Culture
FEATURE

Collaboration Culture

Some industries are making great strides in how they use AI, but what about publishing? Many news organisations will struggle to reap the potential benefits, unless they learn to work together.

By Charlie Beckett  |  18/06/2021

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