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Regional Press Awards
OUT & ABOUT WITH ALAN GEERE

Regional Press Awards

Under one roof at the Regional Press Awards were 250 of the great and the good, the has-beens (sorry, judges) and the will-bes. So, what better place to take the temperature of the industry? Alan Geere was there with his thermometer of news…

By Alan Geere  |  19/06/2024

Does the traditional media still have clout in today’s digital / TikTok world?
REVIEW

Does the traditional media still have clout in today’s digital / TikTok world?

Inspired by ITV’s agenda-shifting drama, ‘Mr Bates vs The Post Office’, that was the theme for a London Press Club debate staged in the august and historic surrounds of Stationers’ Hall in March. Paul Connew picks out the main talking points.

By Paul Connew  |  19/06/2024

Journalistic independence in a time of division
LECTURE

Journalistic independence in a time of division

On 4th March, A. G. Sulzberger, publisher of the New York Times, delivered the 2024 Reuters Memorial Lecture. This is a transcript of his talk.

By A. G. Sulzberger  |  19/06/2024

Making the most of content
MEDIA FUTURES

Making the most of content

‘Audit’ and ‘content’ are two words that send shivers down the spines of many editorial types. Link them together in a single sentence and the shivers can turn into apoplexy, writes Jim Bilton.

By Jim Bilton  |  19/06/2024

To trust or ignore? How is Gen Z finding political information and what might they do with it?
FEATURE

To trust or ignore? How is Gen Z finding political information and what might they do with it?

With Generation Z navigating the online election coverage via social media, if at all, Dr Carolyn Jackson-Brown discusses the types of content they might find.

By Dr Carolyn Jackson-Brown  |  19/06/2024

Daily Mail Unveils New Global Video Strategy and Commercial Opportunities
News

Daily Mail Unveils New Global Video Strategy and Commercial Opportunities

The Daily Mail has launched a new video offering, including a slate of premium content and original video franchises to roll out on YouTube and other major video platforms.

19/06/2024

Sheffield Star prints Orgreave special
News

Sheffield Star prints Orgreave special

The Sheffield Star this week produced a special print edition to mark the fortieth anniversary of what it describes as the most violent conflict in British industrial history.

19/06/2024

NUJ calls for #InclusivePressAccess to election campaign
News

NUJ calls for #InclusivePressAccess to election campaign

The union is calling on political parties to make their press events and campaign activities accessible to disabled journalists.

17/06/2024

Sunak and Starmer to face Sun readers
News

Sunak and Starmer to face Sun readers

Never Mind The Ballots: Election Showdown will see the two candidates to be our next Prime Minister quizzed before a live audience of Sun readers on June 24.

17/06/2024

Reach launches cross-title video series
News

Reach launches cross-title video series

Reach has launched its 5000 voices project, a video series running across its UK national and local titles in the run-up to and surrounding the July 4 election.

17/06/2024

Springer Nature unveils two new AI tools
News

Springer Nature unveils two new AI tools

Following successful pilots, Springer Nature is rolling out two new bespoke AI tools to support the identification of papers that contain AI-generated fake content and / or problematic images.

17/06/2024

PPA reacts to Labour manifesto
News

PPA reacts to Labour manifesto

The PPA has released its reaction to the Labour manifesto.

14/06/2024

Liz Gerard’s Notebook
COLUMN

Liz Gerard’s Notebook

Manifesto time, D-Day departure, dodgy stats, the Mail’s election sabbatical, Johnson goes OTT, Michael Mosley, front-page sportsmen and front page of the fortnight.

By Liz Gerard  |  13/06/2024

A picture’s worth…
COLUMN

A picture’s worth…

… a thousand words. One good example of the enduring power of the still photograph emerged from last week’s D-Day commemorations.

By James Evelegh  |  13/06/2024

The National appoints Wafaa Albadry
News

The National appoints Wafaa Albadry

The National says the appointment drives growth in its newsletter offering, with a renewed focus on delivering longer-form news and analysis from the Middle East and showcasing The National’s breadth of global journalism.

13/06/2024

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