Journalism History Sunday 1st January 2023

Review of UK and world papers, celebration of the history of photojournalism, media law and style-guide tips and global journalism stories for Sunday 1st January 2023

Journalism is the first draft of history and these daily reports seek to provide an online briefing of the history of journalism for each day featured.

Review of UK papers Sunday 1st Jan 2023. Express: ‘Sunak’s New Year message of hope. Good times are coming’, Mirror: ‘Coronation invite for race row Royal aide’, Sunday Times: ‘Wavering voters could scupper Starmer victory’ & Telegraph: ‘Former Pope Benedict XVI dies at 95.’

Review of papers Sunday 1st Jan 2023. Star: ‘It the thirst of January!’, People: ‘”Patients die before they get a bed”‘, Telegraph Australia: ‘The year your voice spoke and our hearts broke’, & New York Times International: ‘Deadly year in Ukraine ends with a big assault.’

Review of world papers Sunday 1st Jan 2023. Gulf News: ‘Xi says China in new phase of Covid fight’, Haaretz: ‘Barbara Walters- celebrated Jewish TV persona dies at 93’, Sunday Times India: ‘Licensing norms for restaurants relaxed’ & Sunday Times SA: UIF’s R5bn jobs gamble.’

Celebration of photojournalism/illustration history. Front page of Puck magazine 1913- ‘two young women stopping in the snow so that one of them can write her New Year’s resolutions in the snow, “No Jealousy No Anger No Flirt.”‘

Illustration shows two young women stopping in the snow so that one of them can write her New Year’s resolutions in the snow, “1913 No Jealousy No Anger No Flirt”; it is unclear whether she intends to say flirting, or is having second thoughts. Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-ppmsca-27906 (digital file from original print) Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on publication.

Style Tips. Excellent Buzzfeed guidence on reporting alcoholism. See: ‘Follow AP guidance and use person-first language when writing about addiction. • Use terms like person addicted to drugs or person with a drug addiction.’ See:

Media Law Tips. Court reporter successfully defends privacy action with professionalism & reliable notes. See ABC v Palmer EWHC 3128 (KB) (07 December 2022) at: Reporter had ‘mastery of Teeline shorthand from years of experience.’

North American Newspapers Sunday 1st January 2023

Catherine Bennett writes for Observer: ‘Among the Meghan-hating media fraternity, Jeremy Clarkson isn’t even king.’ See:

BBC Radio Four and Sounds: ‘100 Years of Farm Broadcasting. Farming Today. Charlotte Smith delves into the BBC sound archives to celebrate a century of radio programmes for, and about, farmers.’ See:

BBC Sounds- remarkable archive of radio journalism from the Second World War. Dan Snow introduces Wynford Vaughan-Thomas’s experience as he joined the crew of an RAF Lancaster Bomber in action over Berlin. 4th September 1943. Listen:

‘A journalist who was sued by Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich over claims of his close relationship with Vladimir Putin has been made an MBE in King Charles first honour.’ See: &

‘A man has been charged following a road traffic collision in which Cork sports broadcaster Paudie Palmer suffered serious injuries on Thursday.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘I have searched for inspiration for the start of 2023 and failed so I am back to reminding my Blog reader that last year was challenging to put it mildly.’ See:

‘A new report has slammed the BBC for using programmes like Eastenders to promote its left wing bias.’ See: &

French Newspapers Sunday 1st January 2023

‘A Canadian journalist well-known to listeners of French-language radio in New Brunswick has been killed and police say they’re investigating the death as a potential murder.’ See: &

Guardian reports: ‘Social media triggers children to dislike their own bodies, says study. Study shows social media a ‘significant risk’ to young people’s view of themselves and can provoke mental health distress.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘Slumping revenue, Tesla woes and a ‘resignation’: Musk’s wild reign at Twitter so far.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘Netflix to lose 700,000 UK customers in two years, analysts predict. Slow uptake of ad-supported offering has meant lower than expected viewing figures, made worse by UK cost of living crisis.’ See:

Observer reports: “Labour pledges to toughen ‘weakened and gutted’ online safety bill. Shadow culture secretary Lucy Powell vows to target algorithms that bombard children with harmful content if party wins power.” See:

Observer reports: ‘Andrew Tate arrest: TikTok and Twitter under fire over false posts from fans.’ See:

Guardian reports: “NC State radio announcer suspended indefinitely for ‘illegal aliens’ remark. NC State announcer suspended after ‘illegal aliens’ remark. Gary Hahn has been Wolfpack’s radio voice since 1990-91.” See:

Arab News report and Reuters report: ‘Pioneering US television journalist Barbara Walters dead at 93.’ See:

Montage of world newspapers Sunday 1st January 2023

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