Journalism History Tuesday 7th March 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 7th March 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 7 Mar 23. Broadsheets. FT: ‘Top civil servant Case eyes early exit’, Guardian: ‘Anger after it takes 46 hours to find car wreck’, Telegraph: ‘Braverman vows to stop the boats with laws’, & Times: ‘PM plans annual cap on number of refugees.’

Review of UK papers Tues 7 Mar 23. Middle Markets. Indy: ‘Arise, Sir Dad? Outrageous, ridiculous’, i: ‘Sunak plan to stop Channel migrants may be unworkable’, Express: ‘Suella- back law to stop boats’ & Mail: ‘We will push human rights law to limit.’

Review of UK papers Tues 7 Mar 23. Tabloids. Metro: ‘Family double tragedy’, Mirror: ‘Sunak must stop this farce- No honour’, Sun: ‘PM Border bill vow- No entry’, and Star: ‘Bozo’s 100 honours The Gongfather.’

Review of world papers Tues 7 Mar 23. New York Times: ‘South Korea is arming everyone but Ukraine’, Star: ‘Modise’s church in imposter drama’, Le Monde: ‘Annus horribilis for hydroelectricity’, & Jerusalem Post: ‘All retired IAF chiefs sign letter against overhaul.’

Celebration of photojournalism history. Flood destruction on Hickory St. near Fourth St., Chillicothe, Ohio – image taken 1913. US Library of Congress archives.

US Library of Congress archives. No known restrictions.

Style Tips. Papper on Broadcast News and Writing said: ‘End sentences strongly..Use the end of the sentence to bring home an important point..avoid ending sentences with weak words or phrases.’

Media Law Tips. Ofcom ruling against Mark Steyn on GB News. ‘Four complaints from viewers who considered the presenter had made “dangerous” and “fatally flawed conclusions” from the UKHSA statistics. See:…/Ofcom-Decision-Mark-Steyn,-GB… ‘programme was materially misleading.’

North American Newspapers for Tuesday 7th March 2023

Sky News Press Preview: Tuesday’s front pages. 6 Mar 2023 #politics #uk #skynews We take a look at the front pages with the political editor of the Guardian, Pippa Crerar, and the political editor of The Sun, Harry Cole. See:

Mail Online reports: “BBC star Evan Davis at the centre of impartiality row after his Radio 4 show failed to ‘remind listeners’ about ‘opposing opinions’ on legalising cannabis – amid Prince Harry’s ‘irresponsible’ comments about using psychedelics.” See:

Mail Online feature: ‘How the most right-on paper in America is being torn apart by a trans row.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘Mirror and Express owner publishes first articles written using AI. Chief executive says journalists should not fear it means being replaced by machines.’ See:

Charles Moore writes in Telegraph: ‘BBC Radio 4 is propagating anti-Tory hate.’ See:

Telegraph reports (behind paywall) ‘BBC to scrap choir under ‘devastating’ cuts to classical music .’ See:

Guardian and PA Media report: ‘Lee Anderson will become latest Tory MP to host show on GB News. Controversial deputy chair joins Jacob Rees-Mogg, Esther McVey and Philip Davies on rightwing channel.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘‘Sleaze-slinging’ Fox News denounced by family of January 6 officer who died. Condemnation of ‘so-called new network’ comes after Tucker Carlson shares footage from attack courtesy of Kevin McCarthy.’ See:

Guardian reports: “BBC Singers to close in corporation’s ‘major review of classical music.’ Reductions also made to the BBC’s three England-based orchestras as part of plan to ensure the long-term future of organisation’s remaining performing groups.” See:

Guardian reports: “Journalists go on trial in Egypt for ‘offending MPs.’ Mada Masr, Egypt’s only remaining independent news outlet, reported alleged corruption among supporters of President Sisi.” See:

Guardian reports: ‘Fox News hit with election complaint after Biden ad given to Trump son-in-law. Media Matters for America raised issue of Murdoch handing Jared Kushner confidential information about a Biden ad with the FEC.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘TechScape: Will Meta’s massive leak democratise AI – and at what cost? 4Chan users have posted tech giant’s new ChatGPT-style language model online, putting the future of AI at a crossroads – and opening up a whole host of dangers.’ See:

French Newspapers for Tuesday 7th March 2023

Arwa Mahdawi writes for the Guardian: ‘How is brand Harry and Meghan faring in the US? News just in: not good.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘Reporters allowed to enter press photography award for the first time.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A features writer who served a weekly newspaper for two decades has died aged 89. Tributes have been paid to Ruth Gorb, who worked for the Hampstead & Highgate Express.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘Two rival newspapers united to win a court fight enabling them to name a pervert who filmed a schoolgirl through her bedroom window.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A regional publisher is planning to reduce its operating costs by up to £29m after warning it is facing a “tough” 2023. Reach plc issued the warning in its full year results for 2022 this morning.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘Reach 2022 profit hit by newsprint costs and plunging online ads market .’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘News UK, Mail, Mirror and Guardian execs reveal whether they would have published Hancock Whatsapps.’ See:

Press Gazette and PA Media report: ‘Conservative MP Lee Anderson will host show on GB News.’ See:

Arab News and Reuters report: ‘Twitter’s lead EU regulator concerned over blue tick roll-out.’ See:

Arab News and Reuters report: ‘New EU-US data pact may come too late for Facebook.’ See:

Arab News report: ‘TikTok launches in-app education hub.’ See:

Montage of world newspapers for Tuesday 7th March 2023

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