Press Gazette magazine: What's in the July edition

Here’s my six of the best from the July edition of Press Gazette magazine:

Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger writes exclusively about why he is taking resources away from the print editions of The Guardian and the Observer to invest in digital.

We name the top 50 food and drink journalists as voted for by journalists working in the sector and by the general public.

Investigation into how B2B publishers learned to love the paywall, featuring: Phil Clarke from UBM, Tim Potter from Centaur, John Barnes from Incisive, Conor Dignam from Emap and Charles Reed from William Reed.

BBC producer Joe Plomin on the inside story of Panorama’s shocking investigation into the abuse of vulnerable adults a Bristol care home.

Big interview with ITV News international editor Bill Neely: “The BBC should stuff us every day on story after story and the plain fact of the matter is that they don’t.”

Jon Slattery investigates how the Coalition Government’s crackdown on council-run newspapers has thrown the local press a much-needed lifeline.

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