Journalism History Wednesday 8th 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 Wednesday 8th 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 Wed 8 Mar 23. Broadsheets. Guardian: ‘China tells US to “hit brakes” or risk conflict’, FT: ‘Powell signals return of larger Fed rate rises’, Telegraph: ‘BBC urged to sack Lineker after “Nazi” migrant jibe’, & Times: ‘Sunak ready to battle judges.’

Review of UK papers Wed 8 Mar 23. Tabloids. Metro: ‘”Mum, I’m scared”- fearful Olivia’s last words’, Mirror: ‘Heartbreaking last words of 9 year old Olivia’, Morning, Star: ‘Desperate and cruel ‘ Star: ‘European space agency mission to Jupitor- Infinity and beyond!’

Review of UK papers Wed 8 Mar 23. Middle Markets. i: Carry on sweage pumping’, Evening Standard: ‘Macron to UK- Let’s be friends again’, Express: ‘Rishi lays down law- We decide who comes here’, & Mail: ‘Lineker faces BBC rebuke for liking small boats plan to Nazis.’

Review of world papers Wed 8 Mar 23. New York Times: ‘Canada fumes at new arrivals’, Business Day: ‘Economic growth hits the wall’, Haaretz: ‘Haware terroris, 5 others killed in Jenin’, & Irish Examiner: ‘Expectant mothers despair in the runs of ravaged Syria.’

Chartered Institute of Journalists’ celebration of photojournalism history. ‘French cartoon about the rush to try photography after Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre revealed his process in 1839. La daguerreotypomanie illustration created 1840. US Library Congress archive.

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Style Tips from @CIoJournalist. Usage & Abusage advice on identity- ‘A person’s personality and individuality’, must not be confused with identification, ‘the establishment of a person’s name and individuality’.

Media Law Tips from @CIoJournalist. Example of the Open Justice advocacy by Brian Farmer of PA Media to be able to report a Family Law case from Yorkshire Re PP (A Child: Anonymisation) [2023] EWHC 330 (Fam) See: Demonstrates legal issues & restrictions.

North American newspapers for Wednesday 8th March 2023

Mail Online reports: ‘Unmasked: Man accused by Nicky Campbell of being paedophile who molested boys at some of Scotland’s top schools is named as Iain Wares, 83.’ See:

Express reports: ‘BBC told to sack Gary Lineker as he compares migrant bill to Nazi Germany.’ See:

George Melly wrote Wally Fawkes obituary for Guardian: ‘Political cartoonist and jazz clarinettist who, using the pen name Trog, created the Flook strip.’ See:

Times obituary (behind paywall): ‘Valerie Elliott, Fleet Street journalist whose specialised in Whitehall and the countryside.’ See:

Fiona Hamilton writes for Times (behind paywall) ‘Wayne Couzens case shows police addicted to secrecy.’ See:

Guido Fawkes reports: ‘Defiant Lineker Says He’ll Carry On Tweeting, Here’s 6 Times Lineker Ignored BBC Critics.’ See:

Mail Online reports: ‘How many times can Gary Lineker get away with it? Presenter faces fury of BBC journalists & MPs as he refuses to delete tweet comparing government’s migrant removal scheme to Nazi Germany – and ‘won’t answer the phone to bosses’ See:

Katie Razzall writes for BBC News Online: ‘Gary Lineker: Why his comments present a problem for the BBC.’ See:

Ross Clark writes for the Telegraph: ‘The BBC won’t sack Gary Lineker – because the elites agree with him.’ See:

Reporters Without Borders reports: ’73 women journalists will spend 8 March behind bars.’ See:

Broadcaster Nana Akua writes for Mail Online: ‘Loudmouth Lineker hurled ugly slurs at me and got away with it. So will the BBC now grasp the nettle and sack him?’ See:

Guardian anaylsis by Mark Sweeney: ‘Will Gary Lineker get a red card from the BBC over his tweets? Probably not.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘Online abuse toll means fifth of women journalists considered leaving industry.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘The Guardian returns to Apple News in UK as commission terms improve. The Guardian left the platform in 2017 but has been drawn back by new sales opportunities.’ See:

Luba Kassova writes for Press Gazette: ‘UK news coverage of women-focused issues down a fifth in five years.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘Update: Brit hyperlocal editor barred from returning to NYC has US visa approved.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘Channel 4 News journalist Ciaran Jenkins to lead new data and digital Fact Check unit in Leeds.’ See:

JJ Shaw writes for Press Gazette: ‘ChatGPT, AI and journalism: Legal and ethical pitfalls explained.’ See:

New York Times reports (behind paywall) “‘The Whole Thing Seems Insane’: New Documents on Fox and the Election.” See:

New York Times reports: ‘White House Rebukes Tucker Carlson Over Portrayal of Jan. 6 Attack.’ See:

Arab News and AFP report: ‘Iran urged to release reporter who covered mystery poisonings.’ See:

Arab News and Reuters report: ‘FBI chief says TikTok ‘screams’ of US national security concerns.’ See:

Arab News and AFP report: ‘UK cyber security firm warns over ChatGPT.’ See:

Arab News and AFP report: ‘Second journalist jailed in Senegal.’ See:

Arab News reports: ‘US court convicts two men in 2012 journalist kidnapping in Somalia.’ See:

Arab News reports: ‘Poisoning probe after Twitter video shows schoolgirls in Iran gasping for air, forcing their way out of classrooms.’ See:

French newspapers for Wednesday 8th March 2023

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘An independent journalist Andrei Novashov was sentenced to eight months of community service for spreading “falsehoods” about the Russian army. ‘ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘India used to call them the “untouchables” as they were born in the lowest caste but now the Dalits are having their story told by one of their own.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Journalist Pape Ndiaye, a columnist for Wal Fadjri, was charged on Tuesday with a range of charges for questioned the independence of Senegal’s judiciary.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Former Bolton journalist Frank Malley has written his third novel in 12 months – and there is another on the way.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Naipanoi Lepapa surprised many when she was declared Journalist of the Year in Kenya’s Annual Journalists Excellence Awards by the Media Council of Kenya.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘GB News host Mark Steyn breached broadcasting codes by incorrectly claiming there was a link between the Covid vaccine and higher death rates, Ofcom has ruled.’ See: &,breach%20of%20our%20broadcasting%20rules

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘The BBC is locking horns on the row between its DG’s insistence on impartiality and its most highly paid presenter who has slam dunked the Government’s asylum policy.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Afghan broadcaster Tolo News aired an all-female panel in its studio with an audience of women to mark International Women’s Day today. ‘ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Journalist and Fleet Street guru Valerie Elliott has died aged 67.’ See: &

Guardian reports: “Gary Lineker responds to critics of his immigration policy comments. Presenter mocks ‘freedom of speech champions … demanding silence from those with whom they disagree.’” See:

Guardian reports: ‘What did Fox News really think of Trump and the 2020 election? Revelations stem from evidence in $1.6bn defamation lawsuit brought by Dominion Voting Systems against the network.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘Rise in Twitter outages since Musk takeover hints at more systemic problems. Sixth failure this year comes against backdrop of financial and regulatory pressures on the company.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘TikTok unveils European data security plan amid calls for US ban. Move comes as White House backs bill that could give it power to ban Chinese-owned app nationwide.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘The Manchester Evening News and Liverpool Echo were among the big winners as parent company Reach scooped eleven prizes at Regional Press Awards.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘One in four women journalists face sexual violence or harassment, study reveals.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A BBC journalist has taken the top regional honour at a national awards celebrating sports reporting.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A weekly newspaper has celebrated 150 years in print with a special supplement. The Newmarket Journal, first published by George Simpson in 1872.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘An “absolutely devastated” journalist has been told nobody will be prosecuted over a threat to rape her newborn baby.’ See:

Hold The Front Page Jaffa Law column: ‘TED Talk and serious harm – latest guidance from the Court of Appeal.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘An independent publisher has created a dedicated editor role in a bid to boost its property coverage online. Tindle Newspapers has launched a new property section.’ See:

Montage of world newspaper for Wednesday 8th March 2023

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