Journalism History Thursday 10th November 2022

Review of UK and world papers, celebration of the history of photojournalism, media law and style-guide tips and global journalism stories for Thursday 10th November 2022.

Review of UK papers. Broadsheets. Telegraph: ‘Nurses to stage first national walkout’, FT: ‘Democrats avoid crushing defeat but risk losing control of Congress’, Guardian: ‘”Russia kaput!” Ukrainians buoyant’, & Times: ‘Trump blames wife and aides for midterms.’

Review of UK papers. Tabloids. Metro: ‘Food banks crisis point’, Sun: ‘My secret IVF battle’, Star: ‘Nurses to strike. Ooh Matron!’ and Mirror: ‘This is why they’re striking. Nurses forced to live on patients’ leftovers.’

Review of UK papers. Middle Markets. i: ‘No 10 clashes with nurses over 6 months of NHS strikes’, Evening Standard: ‘Rishi faces questions after “bully” Williams resigns’, Express: ‘Suella attacks police for failing to stop eco mob’, & Mail: ‘Time end eco mob rule.’

Review of world papers. Hindu: ‘Kerala moves to remove Governor as Chancellor’ Jerusalem Post: ‘Herzog set to offer mandate to Netanyahu on Sunday’ New York Times: ‘How a wave became a ripple for Republicans’ Global Times: ‘Wuzhen summit kicks off with glaring tech display.’

Celebration of photojournalism history. George Bain news agency image of Ethel Leginska, born Liggins (1886-1970) who was a British pianist, music teacher, composer and conductor. US Library of Congress LC-DIG-ggbain-38523

Ethel Leginska, born Liggins- British pianist, music teacher, composer and conductor. US Library of Congress LC-DIG-ggbain-38523 No known restrictions.

Style Tips. Linda Gage trainer at LBC/IRN explained broadcast cues need to ‘grab the listener’s attention, summarize the story & directly introduce the recording putting the recording into context. And sufficient understanding should audio fail to materialise.’

Media Law Tips. Paddington Bear and merchandising rights are subject to complex contractual IP litigation. See rulings & ‘a well-loved character that Her Late Majesty the Queen was filmed taking tea with..’

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A joint investigation by regional newsrooms across the country has found more than 3,000 offensive tweets are sent to MPs every day.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A journalist who launched his own title and was “always respected his breadth of knowledge and commitment” has died aged 87. Tributes have been paid to Ray Vale.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A council has threatened a local news title with a High Court injunction after its editor published supposedly confidential documents that had been posted on the authority’s own website.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘Regional press journalists have called for disciplinary action against police officers who have arrested reporters covering a Just Stop Oil protest.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘John Simpson and Huw Edwards top the table for BBC moonlighting: Full Q3 2022 figures.’ See:

North American Newspapers for Thursday 10th November 2022

Press Gazette reports: ‘Journalist arrests could be ‘commonplace’ under Public Order Bill, campaigners warn.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: “Tortoise’s Ceri Thomas on the future of podcasting: ‘It is the bedrock of everything we do.'” See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘US magazine circulations: America’s biggest titles saw circulation fall 8% year-on-year but digital growth continues.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘MacKenzie, Murdoch and the hunt for tabloid gold in the digital era.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘How advances in technology let PA Media break into live video coverage.’ See:

’37 Brazilian journalists working on recent presidential election were injured & abused according to The Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism – Abraaj.’ See: &

French Newspapers for Thursday 10th November 2022

‘More than a year after his death from COVID-19, exiled Eritrean Canadian journalist Aaron Berhane’s memoir has been launched in Toronto.’ See: &

British public service broadcaster ITV has posted its Q3 revenues, which are up by 6%.’ See: &

US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Haaland v. Brackeen, a case challenging the Indian Child Welfare Act & ultimately threatening the legal foundations of federal Indian law.’ See: &

Guido Fawkes reports: ‘Police Forces’ Hypocrisy on Press Arrests at Climate Protests.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘Hertfordshire police promise inquiry into arrest of journalists at Just Stop Oil protests. Chief constable responds after minister condemns arrest of LBC reporter covering climate action.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘Twitter to offer ‘official’ label for select verified accounts. Company executive says governments, companies, media outlets and public figures will receive label, which is not for sale.’ See:

Guardian analysis: ‘Why Mark Zuckerberg had to announce 11,000 job cuts at Meta.’ See:

‘The Chartered Institute of Journalists condemns the arrests of professional journalists while covering Just Stop Oil protests on the M-25 motorway.’ See: &

‘An eighth journalist has been killed in Haiti so far this year, the Inter American Press Association (IAPA) reported.’ See: &

‘Australian radio listeners have been told that sadly its Mornings and Regional Drive for ABC South Australia and Broken Hill presenter Sarah Tomlinson died on Tuesday night.’ See: &

‘Put an official in charge of a public broadcaster and it is the death knell of any independent news source.’ See: &

‘Police commissioner apologises for arrest of LBC reporter Charlotte Lynch at Just Stop Oil protest – then blames media for covering the eco-zealots’ demos.’ See:

Lucy Cavendish writes for Daily Mail and Mail Online: ‘I’ve been cancelled in my own home… by my four YIP children who insist all my opinions are offensive!’ See:

Montage of world newspapers Thursday 10th November 2022

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