Journalism History for Sunday 12th 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 Sunday 12th 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 Sun 12 Mar 23. Broadsheets. Indy: ‘BBC in crisis as sport shows axed’, Telegraph: ‘I won’t quit says BBC boss as he hints at climbdown’, Observer: ‘Lineker row threatens to topple BBC chiefs’ & Sunday Times: ‘Lineker chaos piles pressure on BBC chief.’

CIoJ review of UK papers Sun 12 Mar 23. Middle Markets. Herald in Scotland: ‘Sturgeon being “closely watched” for global role by senior diplomats’, Sunday Express: ‘BBC sport blackout’, & Mail on Sunday: ‘PM hits back in Lineker storm.’

CIoJ review of UK papers Sun 12 Mar 23. Tabloids. Mirror: ‘Lineker “I’ll never be silenced”‘, People: ‘BBC begs Gary to come back’, Star: ‘BBC in crisis- Off! Off! Off!’, & Sun: ‘Beeb day of utter chaos. Penalty shoot-out.’

CIoJ review of world papers Sun 12 Mar 23. Sunday Times UK: ‘Fear of tech turmoil after bank collapses’, New York Times: ‘High-tech gamble on green hydrogen’, Jerusalem Post: ‘Overhaul bills to barrel ahead’, & Canberra Times: ‘Centenary hospital blow.’

CIoJ celebration of photojournalism history. Herbert E. French, proprietor of the National Photo Co., posed in his Washington, D.C. studio anytime between 1909 to 1932. Library of Congress archivesl. No known restrictions.

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Style Tips from @CIoJournalist. Bliss & Hoyt tips to broadcast news writing. ‘Keep a dictionary handy. We would like to have a nickel for every “super” in which sheriff was misspelled. Other words commonly misspelled on the screen are capital and capitol. Capital is the city.’

Media Law Tips from @CIoJournalist. BBC Executive Complaints unit supports compaint over article “Europe gas prices: How far is Russia responsible?”…/russia-sanctions-can-the-world-cope… On use of graphic ‘ECU concluded that the article had fallen short of the BBC’s standards of due accuracy.’

North American Newspapers for Sunday 12th March 2023

Sky News Press Preview: Sunday’s front pages. 11 Mar 2023 #papers #uk #skynews We take a look at the front pages with former No10 Speechwriter, Asa Bennett and Journalist and Broadcaster, Jenny Kleeman. See:

Peter Hitchens writes for Mail Online: ‘End this crude smear against conservatives – Hitler’s Nazis were in fact left-wing racists… Gary Lineker knows as much about politics as I know about football.’ See:

Mail Online reports: ‘Legendary cartoonist Bill Tidy who appeared on Countdown, Blankety Blank and Watercolor Challenge dies aged 89.’ See:

Tony Parsons writes for the Sun: ‘It’s grotesque to compare migrant policies to Nazis… We put illegal immigrants in nice hotels not concentration camps.’ See:

The Observer view on the BBC silencing its Singers. See:

Michael Gillard writes for the Observer: ‘The Observer city editor at the centre of the 1980s battle over Harrods. Melvyn Marckus led investigations into big business scandals in the 1980s and 90s.’ See:

Guardian feature: “‘We could feel the gravity of it. It was electrifying’: 50 photographs that reshaped sport .” See:

Guardian reports: “‘Lachlan’s in the mire’: Fox News case spells trouble for Murdoch heir.” See:

Guardian feature: “‘We could feel the gravity of it. It was electrifying’: 50 photographs that reshaped sport .” See:

Observer reports: ‘Streams are made of this: will digital platforms change our musical memories?’ See:

Observer reports: ‘Another day, another photo of Kate. But will the nonstop exposure neutralise the rebel Sussexes?’ See:

Guardian reports: ‘Is Fox News finally falling out of love with Trump? It’s complicated.’ See:

French Newspapers for Sunday 12th March 2023

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Mark Mardell has enjoyed a successful and varied career in journalism – He talks about his journalism career and Parkinson’s disease.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘An explosion during an award ceremony for journalists in Afghanistan’s northern Balkh province kills at least one person and wounds many others which have so far not been named.’ See: &

CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: ‘Israel Police questioned a dissident journalist on Saturday night over an online post.’ See: &

Guardian reports: ‘What is the BBC’s social media policy and what does it mean for stars like Lineker? The public service broadcaster’s guidelines are in the spotlight amid a row over a tweet by the presenter.’ See:

Will Hutton writes for the Observer: ‘It’s taken a brave football star to inject morality into our shaming debate on migrants.’ See:

Observer reports: ‘Farage, Fox and rolling outrage: the inside story of GB News.’ See:

Chaim Peri writes for Times of Israel: ’10 tons of hope In Acre, Arab and Jewish youths came together to pack coats and blankets for the needy in post-earthquake Turkey.’ See:

Montage of world newspapers for Sunday 12th March 2023

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