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Journalism History Friday 11th November 2022

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Review of UK and world papers, celebration of the history of photojournalism, media law and style-guide tips and global journalism stories for Friday 11th November 2022.

Review of UK papers. Broadsheets. FT: ‘US inflation falls to lowest since January’, Guardian: ‘Calls for action as teachers reveal scale of pupil hunger’, Telegraph: ‘Use G20 talks to give peace a chance, US tells Ukraine’, & Times: ‘Kwarteng breaks silence.’

Review of UK papers. Tabloids. Sun: ‘”Ferne sickens me to my stomach”‘, Star: ‘Psycho seagull kicked my head in’, Mirror: ‘Nuke test scandal- Heroes denied truth’, Metro: ‘BGT judge’s vile insults belittle Britain.’

Review of UK papers. Middle Markets. Yesterday’s Evening Standard: ‘Stop the “needless” tube strike agony’, Express: ‘”Tragedy” for families if care costs cap is delayed’, i: ‘Unions battle government in new winter of discontent’ & Mail: ‘What is the point of these police?’

Review of world papers. New York Times: ‘Deceit thickens war’s fog’, Jerusalem Post: ‘US will push back on any annexation attempts’, Global Times: ‘China to promote globalization as “Asian moment” arrives’ & Hindu: ‘8 Indian workers feared dead in Maldives inferno.’

Celebration of photojournalism history. Ottilie Metzger-Lattermann [Froitzheim] (1878 -1943), a German contralto who was a famous performer of works by Wagner during the 1910s. After her retirement, she was murdered at Auschwitz. US Library of Congress LC-DIG-ggbain-35632 & LC-DIG-ggbain-35631

Style Tips. Papper quoted John Larson- ‘first critical mission for every reporter is to find a way to care about the story “if you don’t care,” Larson says, “no one else will.” It is as simple- and as difficult- as’ll never make the audience care.’

Media Law Tips. Greco complained to IPSO about article headlined: “’Excellent’ Bath barbershop closing down after 30 years’ trade”- But she was selling not closing. See:…/ruling/… Breach of accuracy clause found. Correction published.

Colleagues and family of slain Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh told UN investigators that she had been deliberately targeted.’ See: &

‘Rishi Sunak believes it is “vital” journalists are able to do their job freely, Downing Street has said after LBC’s Charlotte Lynch was arrested while covering an M25 eco-protest.’ See: &

‘Israel’s security service Shin Bet has been using a database collected from mobile phone companies to monitor the activity of journalists.’ See: &

‘US Infowars Alex Jones has been served with another expensive bill.’ See: &

North American Newspapers Friday 11th November 2022

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South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol has banned a TV broadcaster’s crew from the media pool traveling on his presidential plane for alleged bias in reporting.’ See: &

Guardian reports: ‘Exodus continues at Twitter as Elon Musk hints at possible bankruptcy. Departures of top figures handling safety, security, privacy and compliance come amid warnings from Federal Trade Commission.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘Foreign Office asks Iran to explain alleged death threats to UK-based reporters. Deputy ambassador summoned after Met police warns of credible threats to journalists reporting on Iran protests.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘Pittsburgh newspaper workers go on strike over unfair labor practice. Strike began after Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s management, Block Communications, cut off health insurance.’ See:

Simon Jenkins argues in Guardian: ‘Beware The Crown’s blurring of fact and fiction in this age of dangerous untruths.’ See:

French Newspapers Friday 11th November 2022

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Press Gazette reports: ‘How the BBC plans to crack US news (without getting sucked into the culture wars).’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘Journalist Tanya Fowles who battled spurious criminal secrecy bids named top Local Democracy Reporter.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A regional journalist who quit social media for the sake of her mental health has opened up about the homophobic abuse she received. Oxford Mail reporter Sophie Perry has spoken out about the impact reader abuse.’ See:

Jewish Chronicle reports: ‘As Ofcom finds BBC guilty, 8,500 JC readers say: Parliamentary inquiry NOW! The watchdog’s verdict vindicates our campaign for proper scrutiny of the broadcaster.’ See:

Jewish Chronicle reports: ‘A timeline of disgrace: how the JC reported the BBC’s litany of errors. The key events that followed the attack on a group of Jewish teenagers in November 2021.’ See:’s-litany-of-errors-4XqUul7DDDYEF20SYSOL2I

Montage of newspapers Friday 11th November 2022
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