Only in this week's Press Gazette magazine:
- Why an Appeal Court ruling will have profound effects on journalism this year giving public figures new rights to privacy.
- An exclusive interview with the new editor-in-chief of Reuters, John Schlesinger.
- The BBC's Jeremy Bowen on why he gets a thrill out of war and wants to become a columnist.
- Channel Four news presenter Alex Thomson on how the media covered Saddam Hussein's execution.
- A free news year planner for 2007.
And much more exclusive news, comment, gossip and analysis from the world of journalism.
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