Three-D Issue 27: Local journalism under threat

John Jewell Cardiff University It is clear that for regional and local journalism these are troubled times – with many titles facing crises which threaten their existence. Morale amongst journalists is demonstrably low – as editor of the Press Gazette Dominic Ponsford has pointed out, at least half the jobs in local newspapers have disappeared in the past decade and …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 27: Joining the IPSO Readers’ Advisory Panel

Kate Sang Heriot Watt University Member of IPSO Reader’s Advisory Panel Although my research is focussed on women’s experiences of employment, I rarely get the opportunity to apply that work beyond the academy. We all face considerable pressures to produce research which is suitable for REF and meets disciplinary specific metrics. However, because my research …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 27: Leveson revisited, and HE’s multiple fronts

Einar Thorsen Bournemouth University Rupert Murdoch has relaunched his attempt to buy the remainder of BSkyB to secure total ownership of the broadcaster, following his aborted attempt in July 2011. Then Prime Minister, David Cameron, had just announced a judicial public inquiry – firstly into future regulation of the press and secondly specific allegations of corruption and lawbreaking – …Continue Reading

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