Published in: HomeThe little boy lost whose picture helped get the media back on track
How have media around the world – and the social networks – helped shape the refugee crisis into a more sensitive,...
Published in: HomeWhen it comes to the migration story, words matter
There are important distinctions to be made between ‘migrants’, ‘refugees’ and ‘asylum seekers’. Responsible...
Published in: ourBeebCould a free-for-all web culture be the death of the BBC?
High quality content costs money. As households are squeezed by austerity the corporation must demonstrate the links...
Published in: openDemocracyUKMigrant “cockroaches” and the need to tame tabloid hate
The moment for action is now, in the election run-up, but current regulation of the British press offers no prospect...
Published in: openDemocracyUKJournalism for sale: can media overcome the corruption now threatening the newsroom?
Peter Oborne's revelations were just the tip of the iceberg. Corporate influence runs deep in the media.
Published in: openSecurityCharlie Hebdo: how journalism needs to respond to this unconscionable attack
The killings at the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo highlight the threat to media workers in a world where free...