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June 2011 News

‘Stereotyping’ complaint against daily resolved

A complaint that a regional daily newspaper was ‘reinforcing stereotypes’ about travellers has been resolved through the publication of a letter. Local resident Chrissi Lee complained to the Press Complaints Commission following the publication of a story in the  Colchester Gazette

Oh the irony: new media mag scraps print edition

I couldn’t help but be slightly amused by the news that New Media Age magazine is to axe its print edition and go online-only.  It almost makes you wonder why it had one in the first place! Now all we

Readers invited to pen perfect headline

Liverpool Echo readers are being asked to write their perfect headline for the newspaper to celebrate the newspaper’s Freedom of the City award. Entrants have been asked to keep it clean and to use less than ten words. To encouarge readers the

Deadline nears for diversity fund applications

Would-be journalists have just days left to apply for a bursary through the Journalism Diversity fund. The fund is aimed at people from ethnically and socially diverse backgrounds who want to train in journalism on a National Council for the

Churches called on to back striking journalists

A Christian group has urged churches to support striking staff at Newsquest South London in their protest over redundancies which will see nine editorial jobs go. David Campanale from Kingston & Richmond Christian Peoples Alliance claims the Surrey Comet, one of the titles