Rally for Media Reform – democracy in Britain corrupted by illegal and unethical press practices

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Stuff elsewhere

I haven’t posted here recently as I’ve been writing a lot of stuff for other sites. Here’s the ones published so far, I’ll update as more appear:

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VisiononTV at the Rebellious Media Conference: What’s wrong with the tradtional media?

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Two meetings on reclaiming the media

Update: Following these two successful meetings – and also raising the issue at tonight’s NUJ Claudia Jones lecture, I’ve set up a new mailing list and will discuss setting up a follow-up discussion and planning meeting with NUJ colleagues. Stay tuned for further details.

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Unasked questions about Murdoch’s influence

The Labour Party got a lot of mileage from David Cameron’s refusal to give a straight answer in Parliament on Wednesday. Watching minister after minister ask him whether he had discussed the BSkyB during any of his meetings with representatives of News International, I was struck by the unasked question.

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My piece in the Guardian on News International and the NUJ

I’ve written a new piece for the Guardian, which you can read here: The NUJ could have saved the News of the World

I’ve also done a playlist of trade union songs if you want to listen to some radical tunes, which you can watch on Youtube.

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