Journalism History Friday 10th February 2023

Review of UK and world papers, celebration of the history of photojournalism, media law and style-guide tips and global journalism stories for Friday 10th February 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 Fri 10th Feb 2023. Broadsheets. Telegraph: ‘Raab- high standards don’t make you a bully’, Times: ”UK pays Brussels £2.3bn fine’, ‘Earthquake- time and hope running out’, & Guardian: ‘Blessing for same-sex couples given CofE approval.’

Review of UK papers Fri 10th Feb 2023 Middle Markets. Mail: ‘When will treasury get the message?’ i: ‘Raw sewage from major HS2 site pumped into green belt river’, Express: ‘”Greedy” banks blasted over savings rate’, & Evening Standard: ‘Our £4m to ease breadline crisis.’

Review of UK papers Fri 10th Feb 2023. Tabloids. Star: ‘Vote end cancel culture’, Sun: ‘Nicola cops search sea’, Mirror: ‘Bills hike is “national act of harm”‘, & Metro: ‘They need your help now- Turkey-Syria earthquake appeal.’

Review of world papers Fri 10th Feb 2023. Citizen South Africa: ‘Stop talking, start doing’, Japan Times: ‘Schools ok to choose mask rule- panel’, Jerusalem Post: ‘How Israelis save lives in Turkey’ and Shanghai Daily: ‘Chinese teams save woman, family of five.’

Celebration of photojournalism history. Spectators sitting on hillside watching fires consume the city after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. From the archives of the US Library of Congress.

Title: [Spectators sitting on hillside watching fires consume the city after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake]Creator(s): Genthe, Arnold, 1869-1942, photographer Date Created/Published: [1906]
Medium: 1 photographic print. Reproduction Number: LC-USZ62-28050 (b&w film copy neg.) LC-USZ62-17358 (b&w film copy neg.)Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on publication.

Style Tips from @CIoJournalist. AP 2018 guide: ‘Sri Lanka Formerly Ceylon. Use Sri Lanka in datelines & other references to the nation. The people may be called either Sri Lankans or Ceylonese. Before nation was called Ceylon, it was Serendip whence comes the word serendipity.’

Media Law Tips from @CIoJournalist. IPSO investigating Jeremy Clarkson article published by The Sun on 17 December 2022, headlined “One day, Harold the glove puppet will tell the truth about A Woman Talking B*****ks”. See:…/complaints-investigated-over…/ Taking on rep group complaints.

North American Newspapers for Friday 10th February 2023

Mail Online reports: ‘The BBC’s biggest moonlighter: BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty pocketed £50,000 in just three months for outside work at five events (to top up her £365,000 salary)’ See:

Press Preview: A look at Friday’s front pages 9 Feb 2023 Sky’s Jonathan Samuels takes a first look at Friday’s front pages with columnist and broadcaster Steve Richards, and broadcaster and political commentator Salma Shah. See:

Guardian and Reuters report: ‘News Corp to cut 1,250 jobs after missing second-quarter estimates. Reduced ad spends due to rising inflation and higher interest rates have battered Rupert Murdoch’s media conglomerate.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘How Architectural Digest became the new Vogue. With rocketing prices and Covid making home a shared obsession, celebrity house tours are no longer a niche interest.’ See:

Guardian feature: ‘‘Anything that puts the focus back on Torquay’: residents on the return of Fawlty Towers. Announcement that John Cleese will reboot the 1970s sitcom is met with a mix of excitement and concern in the Devon resort.’ See:

New York Times reports: ‘DeSantis, Aiming at a Favorite Foil, Wants to Roll Back Press Freedom.’ See:

New York Times reports (behind paywall) ‘Big Shots Behaving Badly. “Unscripted,” an account by the Times journalists James B. Stewart and Rachel Abrams of the media titan Sumner Redstone’s final years.’ See:

New York Times (behind paywall) opinion: ‘How to Destroy (What’s Left of) the Mainstream Media’s Credibility. Objectivity is a hard standard, but good journalism can’t do without it.’ See:

New York Times reports (behind paywall) ‘Influence Networks in Russia Misled European Users, TikTok Says. The covert and coordinated campaign was disclosed in a new report that also addressed misinformation, fake accounts and moderation struggles.’ See:

New York Times reports (behinds paywall) ‘Reporter Arrested While Covering News Conference in Ohio. The reporter was arrested after officers said he was being too loud while the Ohio governor spoke about a train derailment in the state.’ See:

French Newspapers for Friday 10th February 2023

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘Around 100 editorial staff have been threatened with redundancy in cutbacks announced by the regional publisher DC Thomson, owner of four leading Scottish daily newspapers. See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A former regional editor who spent the past year working for a national daily.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘The press watchdog has rapped three regional sister titles after a widower’s complaint over their coverage of his wife’s death.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A regional publisher has launched a bid to raise thousands of pounds to help people suffering due to the cost-of-living crisis. Newsquest is working with Community Foundation Wales.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘An editorial boss has urged the BBC to “put its house in order” after the corporation issued a “humiliating” apology to a regional daily.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘An award-winning journalist has returned to her old newspaper as a columnist. Glasgow-based daily The Herald has announced the appointment of Dani Garivelli.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A Sky Sports presenter has been unveiled as the host the National Council for the Training of Journalists’s annual awards. The NCTJ has announced Jo Wilson will present the awards.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘News Corp’s UK arm has indicated it will “limit recruitment” of new employees as Rupert Murdoch’s international media group seeks to cut 5% of its workforce.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘News diary 13 – 19 February: BAFTAs, Republican nomination race heats up, Truss in Tokyo.’ See:

Montage of world newspapers Friday 10th February 2023

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