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BBC Radio 4 presenter Justin Webb has said that news broadcasters' salaries should "keep them on the side of the people".
His comments come in wake of the White Paper unveiled by Culture Secretary John Whittingdale last week, which outlines the future of the BBC.
Among the measures announced by Whittingdale is a requirement for the BBC to publish names of stars and executives earning more than £450,000 a year.
Writing in the Radio Times, Webb said: "Yes, I understand the special concern about the BBC, since the salaries come straight from licence payers.
Google has launched an appeal against a ruling by France’s data protection regulator that French law protecting the right to be forgotten applies not just in Francebut across the world.
The search engine giant revealed it would be challenging the CNIL (Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés) decision in a blog by Kent Walker, Google’s global general counsel, published in French newspaper Le Monde.
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The Telegraph is to focus on "keeping hold of top talent” and enhance its existing graduate scheme while undergoing a restructure that it claims will bring in a culture of “smart working”, according to a leaked email to staff.
The proposed changes, were sent to staff by Murdoch MacLennan, chief executive of the Daily Telegraph’s parent company, Telegraph Media Group, following a strategic review by professional services firm Deloitte.
Prince Harry has had complaints against the Daily Mail and Mail Online about coverage of his love life rejected by press regulator IPSO.
Last week the press regulator ordered the Daily Star to publish a critical adjudication on pages one and three over a story headlined: “Harry and Pippa ‘secret romance’”.
The Daily Star was censured by IPSO partly because it provided no evidence that it had gone to the royal family for a comment about the story which quoted a report in US-based OK! magazine.
The efforts of the Liverpool Echo in covering the Hillsborough disaster inquests over two years were recognised with a standing ovation from journalists at the Regional Press Awards in what the paper’s editor described as the “highest point” of his career.
Echo editor Alistair Machray and inquest reporter Eleanor Barlow accepted the Chairman’s Award from Trevor Hicks, president of the Hillsborough Family Support Group, at the ceremony on Friday.
The Dundee Courier has been named the regional daily newspaper of the year while the Kent Messenger took the title for weekly title of the year at the annual Regional Press Awards (both with a circulation above 20,000). Find a full list of winners and highly commended entries below.
Host Nick Ferrari showed his colours at the start of the ceremony, stripping his suit jacket and shirt away to reveal a blue Leicester City FC top (pictured below) in celebration of his team’s historic premier league victory this year.
Press coverage during the first two months of the EU referendum heavily favoured the pro-Brexit side of the debate, according to a new academic study.
The research by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University studied two sample days of coverage per week for the two months from 20 February when Prime Minister David Cameron revealed the date of the vote and signalled the start of the EU referendum campaign.
The Sun said the Supreme Court has created a "cheaters' charter" by saying there was no public interest in its revelations about a celebrity's extra-marital threesome.
Yesterday it upheld an injunction brought by the individual stopping anyone in England and Wales revealing his sexual encounter with another couple.
The Daily Star has been censured by press regulator IPSO after it said Prince Harry and Pippa Middleton were rumoured to be enjoying a "secret romance".
The Daily Star printed the front-page story in December 2015 but Harry complained, saying the claims were "completely untrue".
Today the paper published an IPSO ruling that said that the "manner in which the claims were presented was significantly misleading".
The ruling was published on page two, but also flagged up on the front page.
The Express was the fastest growing national newspaper website in April, up 79 per cent year on year to 1.4m unique browsers per day.
The latest figures from ABC reveal that the closure of The Independent print edition (and loss of around 100 journalists) has not stopped the growth of the surviving Independent website. It grew 41 per cebnt year on year to 3.3m unique browsers per day, making it the fastest grower at the quality end of the market.
Mail Online continues to lead the field with just over 14m unique browser per day from around the world.
A new quarterly magazine will replace fortnightly council paper East End Life in Tower Hamlets, bringing the local authority in line with government publicity guidelines.
East End Life, which has been running for 23 years, published its final edition on Monday. In its place, residents of the east London borough will now receive four issues of Our East End through their door per year with the first issue due out 13 June.