Journalism History Tuesday 10th 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 Tuesday 10h 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 Tues 10 Jan 2023. Broadsheets. FT: ‘Breakthrough in talks with Brussels over NI trade impasse’, Guardian: ‘NHS strikes to go ahead’, Telegraph: ‘UK willing to send tanks to Ukraine’, & Times: ‘Overloaded NHS turns to cabins in car parks.’

Review of UK papers Tues 10 Jan 2023. Middle Markets. Evening Standard (9 Jan) ‘Now Harry turns his fire on “dangerous” Camilla’, i: ‘NHS strikes. Hopes rise of breakthrough’, Express: ‘Harry’s “cruel” attack on Camilla’ & Mail: ‘Now Harry admits: There’s no way back.’

Review of UK papers Tues 10 Jan 2023. Tabloids. Metro: ‘Britain Has had enough’, Mirror: ‘Latest Tory insult. Work harder’, Star: ‘It’s a space burp, Jim, but not as we know it’, & Sun: ‘”Villain” Camilla. Harry calls her dangerous. King’s red line crossed.’

Review of world papers Tues 10 Jan 2023. Global Times: ‘Could Europe decouple from United States?’ Japan Times: ‘Brazil tensions hit crescendo in capital riot’, Jerusalem Post: ‘Likud- Revoke terrorists’ citizenship’, New York Times: ‘Prince Harry and the case for silence.’

Celebration of photojournalism history: Sometime between 1858 and 1875- a stereograph of the street scene of High Holborn in Victorian London. From the historical archives of the US Library of Congress.

Title: [Stereographs of England, Scotland, and Wales] Date Created/Published: [between 1858 and 1875]
Medium: 10 photographs : prints on card mounts ; mounts 9 x 18 cm (stereograph format)
Summary: Photographs of England mostly show notable buildings around London, such as Westminster Abbey, Parliament, Mansion House, and Hampton Court Palace. Photographs of Scotland show the Glasgow Cathedral and a mountain view in the Pass of Killiekrankie. The photograph of Wales shows Tintern Abbey. Reproduction Number: — Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on publication. Call Number: LOT 15409 (S) [P&P] Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA

Style Tips. Times style-guide says ‘take care not to designate parts of the former Soviet Union as Russia when they no longer are, even if Russia might wish they were- eg Ukraine, Georgia. The same applies to the people…’

Media Law Tips. Coroners in England and Wales hold inquests to determine nature of treasure trove usually found by detectorists. See…/treasure-a-practical-guide-for… A practical guide for coroners determined by law set in Treasure Act of 1996.

North American Newspapers Tuesday 10th January 2023

Stephen Glover argues in Mail Online: ‘If Prince Harry wants to ban the Press, he’ll have to ban himself… he’s been infinitely ruder and less respectful of his family’s privacy than any newspaper.’ See:

Telegraph obituary (behind paywall) ‘Tom Stacey, globe-trotting reporter, publisher, author and generous host at his Kensington house.’ See:

‘World-renown journalist Bernard Kalb has died at the age of 100 of complications after a fall in his Maryland on January 8th.’ See: &

Irish Sports Broadcaster Pádraig Palmer has sadly died ten days after he was seriously injured after a road traffic incident in Innishannon, County Cork, on December 29.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘A Bangledishi journalist was hacked by a group of knife-welding men and died of his injuries hours later.’ &

‘The editor-in-chief of http://Tut.By online news portal, Maryna Zolatava, and its director general, Lyudmila Chekina, have gone on trial.’ See: &

Mail Online reports: ‘Politico ‘fires’ reporter for trashing Pope Benedict XVI in a tweet where he called him a ‘homophobic pedophile protector and Hitler Youth alumnus’ before deleting it and apologizing.’ See:

French Newspapers Tuesday 10th January 2023

‘A Turkish court imposed prison sentences including aggravated life to 10 people tried in connection to the murder of a local journalist in northwestern Turkey last year.’ See: &

‘Viewers of Canadian television network CTV flooded the station with worried notes about the reporter, who seemed to suffer a medical emergency while doing a live segment.’ See: &

‘Footage has emerged of a British volunteer describing his dangerous missions collecting families from warzones on the Ukrainian front line just days before he went missing.’ See: &

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘Former editor creates works of art for football club.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘Regional daily, The Northern Echo, is moving out of its headquarters of 106 years – but says it will hold talks with the building’s owner about returning there in future.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘An editor who ran two regional dailies and also served in director roles has died aged 85. Tributes have been paid to Ken Thomas. See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘Newcastle daily The Chronicle has published an image of a dying boy as part of his mother’s bid to find her son’s killers. It ran the photograph of 14-year-old Gordon Gault lying in hospital days before his death.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A regional daily journalist has taken up a new national role covering the region where he is based. Callum Parke has announced his departure from the Derby Telegraph to join PA.’ See

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘Local newspapers could face “severe difficulties” or even closure in print in the coming months, journalism academics have warned.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A UK Cabinet minister has been accused of trying to “dictate” who interviews him after refusing to speak to a journalist at a regional news title.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: “Prince Harry alleges tabloid ‘blackmail’ over his drug taking. Prince Harry attacks ‘loathsome’ former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks.” See:

Arab News and Reuters report: ‘Facebook, YouTube remove content backing Brazil attack.’ See:

Arab News reports: “Meta’s Oversight Board tells company to allow ‘death to Khamenei’ posts.” See:

FT Long Read (behind paywall) ‘The Murdoch family trust: how the scions could battle for control. The proposed Fox-News Corp merger could portend a realignment of the interests of Rupert Murdoch’s children.’ See:

FT reports (behind paywall) ‘Fay Weldon’s death is a reminder of advertising’s golden age. There’s a century-old tradition of creative writers honing their talent promoting brands.’ See:

FT reports (behind paywall) ‘TikTok undercuts social media rivals with cheap ads in battle for growth. Advertisers and brands say an increasing amount of digital ads spend is moving away from Meta, YouTube and Twitter.’ See:

New York Times reports (behind paywall) ‘How Finland Is Teaching a Generation to Spot Misinformation. The Nordic country is testing new ways to teach students about propaganda. Here’s what other countries can learn from its success.’ See:

New York Times reports (behind paywall) ‘Can Ron DeSantis Avoid Meeting the Press? Florida governor easily won re-election despite little engagement with mainstream news outlets, another sign of partisan division ahead of the 2024 presidential race.’ See:

Montage of world papers Tuesday 10th January 2023

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