Full Video of the Debate can be viewed online here http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAF81808321C944F5
HOURS before Bristol sees six leading media figures discuss the future of press regulation, media journalist Roy Greenslade has challenged the Leveson Inquiry to investigate how the Sun got some of its ‘exclusives’ during the Jo Yeates case. It is already common knowledge that several newspapers blackened the name of Jo Yeates’ landlord, Christopher Jefferies, [...]
Mike Norton, editor of the Bristol Evening Post, and Steve Brodie, BBC Points West Home Affairs correspondent, join the panel for Hacked to Bits, the 2012 Benn Debate this Friday HARD PRESSED: This year Bristol NUJ expands its annual Benn Lecture into two events on the future of the media. Leading with the ground-breaking documentary Page One, the [...]
HARD PRESSED: Two events on the future of the media, March 16th, 2012 By Bristol NUJ and Bristol Festival of Ideas, supported by MediaAct and Mediawise Hacked to bits: Restoring public trust in journalism The 2012 Benn Debate, 7.30pm Friday March 16th, Arnolfini, Bristol. Tickets £6.50 and £5.00 concessions and NUJ members The reputation of journalism [...]
Arab Women Media Watch Centre in UK condemns the attack on Al Quds Satellite Channel crew during a rally in Amman, the capital city of Jordan yesterday.