Journalism History Saturday 7th 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 Saturday 7th 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 Sat 7 Jan 2023. Broadsheets. Telegraph: ‘Harry’s “ambushes harmed Queen’s health”‘, FT Weekend: ‘Sunak invites union leaders to talks’, Times: ‘War hero takes aim at Harry over kill claims’, & Guardian: ‘Abramovich’s trust transferred before sanctions.’

Review of UK papers Sat 7 Jan 2023. Middle Markets. Express: ‘King- All Harry has to do is call me’, Indy: ‘Sunak holds crunch talks to solve health crisis’, i: ‘British national security fears’, & Mail: ‘Harry faces global fury over Taliban kill claims.’

Review of UK papers Sat 7 Jan 2023. Tabloids. Morning Star: ‘Anti-strike bill “shows Tories on the defensive”‘, Mirror: ‘Harry “kills” outrage’, Star: ‘I nearly lost crown jewells- Bashful Duke reveals frostbite todger trauma’, & Sun: ‘Capt Wales & the missed drugs test.’

Review of world papers Sat 7 Jan 2023. Gulf News: ‘McCarthy closes gap for speaker vote’, China Daily: ‘China, Turkmenistan upgrade ties’, Japan Times: ‘China-US ties set to further worsen in 2023’, & Australian Telegraph: ‘House prices tumble in “Jekyll & Hyde market.’

Celebration of photojournalism history. Tough assignment April 1922 for news photographers in New York City- ‘Shooting Cherry Blossoms in the Park!’

Title: [Photographers shooting Cherry blossoms, Washington, D.C. 4/7/22 Date Created/Published: [between 1909 and 1940] Medium: 1 negative : glass ; 5 x 7 in. or smaller Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-npcc-28362 (digital file from original)
Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on publication. For more information, see National Photo Company Collection – Rights and Restrictions Information( Call Number: LC-F81- 44603 [P&P] Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA

Style Tips. BBC’s updated news style guide on ‘Israel and the Palestinians.’ See:…/israel-and-the-palestinians/ Recognising 2006 BBC Governors’ decision it ‘should make public an abbreviated version of its journalists’ guide to facts and terminology.’

Media Law Tips. IPSO rejects complaint against Jewish Chronicle over article headlined “Tory council candidate suspended after running ‘Is Zionism racism?’ poll”, published on 5 November 2021. See:…/ruling/… No breach of Discrimination, Privacy, Accuracy & Harrassment.

North American Newspapers Saturday 7th January 2023

Nigerian journalist/author Dillibe Onyeama died 10 Nov 2022. The first black person to complete his studies at Eton & his 1972 book about his experiences of daily racist abuse he suffered was republished by Penguin 2022. See: &

Guardian analysis: ‘Prince Harry book leaks let papers have their cake and eat it. Spanish bookshops and leak to the Guardian undo secrecy plans but won’t affect Spare’s sales, say industry experts.’ See:

Tom Rowstorne writes for the Mail Online: ‘The Meghan Markle scoop that cost ITV’s golden boy Tom Bradby his friendship with Prince William.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘Six journalists arrested over footage of South Sudan president wetting himself. State broadcaster’s staff held on suspicion of disseminating the clip of Salva Kiir at official event.’ See:

Guardian reports: “Prince Harry revelations ‘like those of B-list celebrity’. Former royal biographer Jonathan Dimbleby says Duke of Sussex ‘is clearly a very troubled man.” See:

Observer reports: ‘What will Harry do next? PR experts on the prince’s next steps. His parents, his uncle and the Duke of Windsor all came out worse after baring their souls.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘Man pleads guilty to stealing more than 1,000 manuscripts. Filippo Bernardini impersonated agents and publishers to obtain works from writers including Atwood, McEwan and Rooney.’ See:

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Phoenix police are conducting an administrative probe into a Wall Street Journal reporter’s detainment while working on a bank story.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Gregory Yee, a breaking news reporter for the Los Angeles Times, has died aged 33.’ See: &

French Newspapers Saturday 7th January 2023

Guardian reports: ‘Elon Musk drove more than a million people to Mastodon, but many aren’t sticking around. More than 130,000 people were joining the new independent social media network per day in November. So why hasn’t it taken off?’ See:

Observer reports: ‘In his own write: Prince Harry’s ghostwriter is so famous that George Clooney made a film of his life. JR Moehringer, biographer to stars such as Andre Agassi and a doyen of the genre, was an obvious choice for the Duke of Sussex.’ See:

Arab News reports: ‘South Sudan union says journalists detained over viral video.’ See:

Arab News and AFP report: ‘Iran arrests journalist who interviewed inmates’ families: media.’ See:

New York Times reports (behind paywall) ‘C-SPAN and cable news get a boost from the House speaker spectacle.’ See:

New York Times reports (behind paywall) ‘How to Watch Prince Harry’s Interviews About ‘Spare.’ A number of specials are planned to promote the book, which has captured worldwide interest.’ See:

Washington Post reports (behind paywall): ‘The flailing, tedious thrill of reporting on the House leadership fight. Capitol Hill journalists still cannot get enough as a historic story turns into a slog.’ See:

Washington Post reports (behind paywall) ‘Police launch probe after journalist is detained on assignment. The editor of the Wall Street Journal said he was “appalled and concerned” about the incident.’ See:

Montage of world newspapers Saturday 7th January 2023

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