Journalism History for Friday 10th 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 Friday 10th 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.

CIoJ review of UK papers Fri 10 Mar 23. Broadsheets. FT: Russian oligarchs Fridman and Aven to offload Alfa-Bank stake’, Guardian: ‘Johnson puts Dacre forward for Lords again’, Times: ‘HS2 will be delayed’ & Telegraph: ‘Ofsted chief warning over explicit sex lessons.’

CIoJ review of UK papers Fri 10 Mar 23. Tabloids. Metro: ‘”Our luck will run out”‘, Mirror: ‘Betrayal of the north- Huge Shambles’, Star: ‘Hypocrisy edition- Prince Charmless’, and Sun: ‘Kyle sparks Wag War 2.’

CIoJ review of UK papers Fri 10 Mar 23. Middle Markets. Mail: ‘Lineker’s playing the BBC for fools’, i: ‘Levelling up plans under threat’, Express: ‘Suella blasts Lineker..Now will BBC make him say sorry?’ & Evening Standard: ‘Rishi defends boat deal with Macron.’

CIoJ review of world papers Fri 10 Mar 23. Globe & Mail: ‘Trough to bar Chinese diplomats over interference’, Global Times: ‘Smear of Xizang boarding schools “baseless”‘ Irish Examiner: ‘Record 4,556 calves slaughtered’, & Jerusalem Post: ‘3 wounded in Tel Aviv terrorist attack.’

Chartered Institute of Journalists’ celebration of photojournalism history. A Kodak creates a sensation between 1890 and 1900. Frances Benjamin Johnston with group of children looking at her camera. Library of Congress archives.

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Style Tips from @CIoJournalist New York Times on ‘hard(-) Some compounds formed with hard are solid, some hyphenated and some two words: hardball, hard-bitten, hard-boiled, hard core (n.), hard-core (adj.), hardcover, hard-earned, hard hat (the noun for the headgear…’

Media Law Tips from @CIoJournalist. Ofcom ruling against Wolverhampton Community Radio on offensive language. Music track contained one use of word “fuck”.…/Ofcom-Decision-Drive-Time-with… ‘broadcast of the most offensive language in this programme was not justified by the context.’

North American Newspapers for Friday 10th March 2023

Sky News Press Preview: Friday’s front pages. 9 Mar 2023 #papers #uk #skynews We take a look at the front pages with Broadcaster and Former Government Minister Anna Soubry and PR Consultant Alex Deane. See:

Mail Online reports: ‘Match of the Day in chaos: BBC takes Gary Lineker off air ‘after he refused to apologise for Nazi tweet’ and ‘does not agree’ with bosses’ order to step down as Ian Wright pulls out of show in ‘solidarity’ with presenter.’ See:

Mail Online reports: ‘Could WhatsApp be BANNED in Britain? Boss of popular messaging service warns the app may soon be illegal in the UK because it will refuse to weaken encryption for new Online Safety Bill.’ See:

BBC News reports: ‘Gary Lineker to step back from presenting Match of the Day.’ See:

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Football commentator Gary Lineker will not be presenting Match of the Day tomorrow after the BBC deemed his tweets were in breach of BBC guidelines.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Jailed Algerian journalist Ihsane El Kadi, accused of illegal fundraising, will remain silent during his trial which is due to start on Sunday.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘The Delegation of the European Union to Bosnia and Herzegovina has condemned the attacks on the vehicles of two journalists from Banja Luka.’ See: &

CIoJ Linkedin news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Georgia’s parliament on Friday formally revoked a “foreign influence” bill that sparked major protests this week as all non-government groups and media could be targeted.’ See: &

CIoj LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Mexican US journalist Jorge Ramos – an alumnus of the University of Miami – has created an endowed scholarship to support students in the School of Communication.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘British broadcaster GB News has amassed losses of more than £30 million (€33 million) in its first full year on the air.’ See: &

CIoJ Linkedin news by Liz Justice reports: ‘A journalist critical of the Togolese government went missing hours before he was due to appear before the police earlier this week, a colleague said Wednesday.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Tabloid newspaper The Sun star astrologer Mystic Meg has died, aged 80.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘The Press Awards and Regional Press Awards took place Wednesday night & best wishes for all those who entered.’ See: &

French Newspapers for Friday 10th March 2023

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘Journalists are set to vote on possible strike action over planned cuts to local news on BBC radio.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A sports editor has urged the regional press industry to do more to attract women journalists to work on sportsdesks.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘Regional Press Awards: What the judges said.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A man who claimed a newspaper should not have not named him in story about his brother’s inquest has had his complaint thrown out by press watchdog. IPSO has rejected a complaint by Craig Lord against Rochdale Observer. See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘An independent publisher has unveiled a new group editorial director. Emily Woolfe has been promoted to the role at Tindle Newspapers.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘A regional journalist known for his pioneering coverage of ethnic minority communities has said farewell to the industry after 65 years of service. Denis Kilcommons, 81, has retired from the Huddersfield Daily Examiner.’ See:

Hold The Front Page reports: ‘Regional publisher, Reach, has started using artificial intelligence to write local news stories – but journalists have admitted there is still “a lot of work to be done” on the project.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘Republican Matt Gaetz calls for Congress investigation into media watchdog Newsguard.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘Who reads the Daily Mail? Why biggest print title still has a huge influence.’ See:

Press Gazette reports: ‘News diary 13 – 19 March: BBC local radio strike, asylum bill before Commons. Foresight News.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘BBC suspends Gary Lineker from Match of the Day for impartiality breach. Corporation takes its highest-paid presenter off air after criticism from Tory MPs and rightwing media.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘CITV channel to close as ITV makes most children’s shows online-only. Broadcaster says children’s TV audiences have largely moved to YouTube and other streaming services.’ See:

Guardian reports: “BBC will not broadcast Attenborough episode over fear of ‘rightwing backlash.’ Decision to make episode about natural destruction available only on iPlayer angers programme-makers.” See:

Guardian analysis: ‘Will UK’s online safety bill protect children from adult material? Legislation puts duty of care on tech firms to protect under-18s but does not mandate use of specific age-checking technology.’ See:

Guardian reports: “‘No bigger than Songs of Praise’: the early days of live league football on TV.” See:

Guardian reports: ‘Boris Johnson nominates Daily Mail chief Paul Dacre for peerage for second time. Placing of media boss on resignation honours list despite previous rejection puts Rishi Sunak in difficult position.’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘Fifa bribery case: One ex-Fox employee convicted and another acquitted. Split verdict for ex-Fox execs in soccer rights bribe case. Hernan Lopez was convicted; Carlos Martinez acquitted.’ See:

Guardian view on ‘Fleabag’s fringe fund: a good deed in a bad world. By channelling money to Edinburgh performers, Phoebe Waller-Bridge is passing on some of her own good fortune.’ See:

Amanda Meade writes for Guardian Australia: ‘Antisocial media: ABC goes on warpath over coverage of Lisa Millar’s misogynist trolls.’ See:

Jewish Chronicle reports: ‘BBC: Gary Lineker to step back from MOTD following ‘1930s Germany’ firestorm. The commentator and former professional footballer compared the language surrounding the UK’s asylum policy to Germany under the Nazis.’ See:

Jewish Chronicle reports: ‘Calls for boycott of Jewish News posted around north London. The posters accuse the free weekly of covering Israel unfairly.’ See:

Arab News reports: ‘Lineker to ‘step back’ from BBC presenting after migration row.’ See:

New York Times reports (behind paywall) ‘The Messenger, a Media Start-Up, Aims to Build a Newsroom Fast The company, which will begin operating in May, plans to have around 550 journalists covering entertainment, politics and sports within a year.’ See:

New York Times reports: (behind paywall) ‘Lachlan Murdoch Defends Fox News’s Chief Executive Amid Defamation Suit. “Suzanne Scott has done a tremendous job,” Mr. Murdoch said.’ See:

Times reports (behind paywall) ‘Cheating claims on radio quiz that replaced Ken Bruce’s PopMaster.’ See:

Ben Macintyre writes for the Times: ‘Zulu is a let-down for white supremacists.’ See:

Guardian and PA Media report: ‘BBC apologises for failure to scrutinise Nadine Dorries’ claims about Sue Gray.’ See:

Jonathan Freedland writes for Guardian: ‘Gary Lineker spoke his mind. Now we should too: fate could have put any one of us in those migrant boats.’ See:

Mail Online reports: ‘Match of the Day will have NO presenter or pundits after Gary Lineker row sparked mutiny: Show to be highlights-only for first time.’ See:

Carole Malone writes for Express: ‘Smirking Gary Lineker pees all over BBC impartiality rules.’ See:

Montage of World newspapers for Friday 10th March 2023

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