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Media links of the day

Media links of the day

"Make awesome stuff now. Don’t wait your turn," and other practical advice for recent journalism school graduates from Ann Friedman, the former editor of GOODMagazine, via Nieman Lab.

Armando Montano, a 22 year-old summer intern at AP in Mexico City, was discovered dead in an apartment building's elevator shaft on Saturday. The Washington Post reports.

The Guardian reports that the number of warnings over press behaviour issued by the Press Complaints Committee has increased, despite a dip attributed to the launch of the Leveson inquiry. Although some complaints were made by celebrities fearing press-intrusion, the majority were lodged by members of the public, “many of whom were grieving because of the death or illness of a child, partner or parent, or the aftermath of an affair.”

The Chicago Tribune has launched an investigation into the alleged unethical behaviour of Journatic, a content provider that supplied the paper with articles that had bogus by-lines.  

PANPA has published a diagram showing the shape of the digital future at Fairfax.

For more industry news, please see WAN-IFRA's Executive News Service.


Emma Knight


2012-07-02 17:34

Shaping the Future of the News Publishing

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