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Clickbait? From Somerset to Grimsby, Trinity Mirror websites ask whether drive-thru Greggs is coming to their patch
Journalists across the Trinity Mirror regional press network were apparently encouraged to write stories asking whether a drive-thru Greggs would be coming to their areas.
One well-placed source contacted Press Gazette to say that journalists at their title were “appalled and angry” to be publishin.. Keep reading
The Telegraph’s deputy picture editor Shawn Russell has died of leukemia aged 46.
Telegraph picture editor Matthew Fearn said: “I would like to pay tribute to my much loved friend and colleague Shawn Russell who passed away after a short but very spirited battle with leukemia.
“Shawn was without d.. Keep reading
Former Press Gazette chief reporter Jean Morgan steps down as Journalists’ Charity trustee as she turns 80
Former Press Gazette chief reporter Jean Morgan has stepped down as a Trustee of the journalists’ charity after turning 80.
Morgan has beeen a trustee of the charity since 2003 and has also been a member of its management committee. She retired after 19 years reporting on the national and regional .. Keep reading
Amid tension between other Gulf states and Qatar, the International Federation of Journalists has demanded that journalists are not used as “political footballs”.
Last week, authorities in Saudi Arabia and Jordan closed down Al Jazeera offices in the countries’ respective capitals. The media organi.. Keep reading
The Conservative government has “absolutely no mandate” to drop the second part of the Leveson Inquiry, shadow culture secretary Tom Watson has warned.
The Conservatives pledged in their General Election manifesto that they would not hold the second part, saying that the “comprehensive nature” of t.. Keep reading
Carolyn Pepper, partner at Reed Smith, and trainee solicitor Roch Glowacki, on the copyright pitfalls and opportunities of online and social media journalism.
There are several pervasive myths which circulate in the publishing world relating to copyright.
One is that you are free to use a copyrigh.. Keep reading
Grenfell disaster: BBC Panorama reveals ministers were repeatedly warned about tower block fire safety
BBC Panorama revealed last night how ministers were repeatedly warned that fire regulations were not keeping people safe in a programme about the Grenfell Tower fire.
It also revealed that firefighters had extuingished the fridge fire which is thought to have started the blaze only to see flames ri.. Keep reading
Chief executive of the News Media Association David Newell has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to the newspaper industry.
Douglas Simpson was also among those recognised, being given an MBE for services to pharmaceutical journalism.
Newell has been chief executive .. Keep reading
Guardian News & Media has promoted Anna Bateson to the newly created role of chief customer officer.
The move comes as the publisher said it now has 230,000 paying members and 185,000 digital and print subscribers.
Bateson is to “oversee the Guardian brand and all Guardian marketing” alongside ass.. Keep reading
Wolverhampton-based daily the Express and Star has used augmented reality technology to promote creative artists in its area.
The Arts Council-funded campaign is called 100 Masters.
The Express & Star trialled the new feature by displaying work from Elizabeth Isley, a fashion designer and illustra.. Keep reading