Journalism History for Sunday 28th May 2023

Review of UK and world papers and coverage of UK and global journalism stories for Sunday 28th May 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.

The Chartered Institute of Journalists remembers all the professional journalists and media workers murdered and killed while doing their work this year in all parts of the world and remember the immense sacrifice of those who gave their lives to the profession in the past. We send our condolences to their families, friends and professional colleagues.

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Sky News Press Preview: Sunday’s papers. 27 May 2023 #presspreview #newspapers #frontpages We take a first look at Sunday’s newspapers with the journalist and author Christina Patterson and the editor of the Jewish Chronicle, Jake Wallis Simons. See:
FT Media reports (behind paywall) ‘Racial abuse of veteran indigenous Australian journalist triggers uproar. Targeting of Stan Grant highlights tensions ahead of referendum on recognition of First Nations peoples.’ See:

LinkedIn CIoJ news by Liz Justice
Crowds of anti-government protesters on Saturday encircled the Serbian state television building in downtown Belgrade to show their anger towards President Aleksandar Vucic and his grip on the mainstream media. See:
Tributes have been paid to Emily Morgan, ITV News’ health and science editor, who has died aged 45. See:

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CIoJ LinkedIn news stories, Hold The Front Page news stories, Guardian media news stories, Press Gazette news stories, Arab News media stories and other stories from miscellaneous sources

The Chartered Institute of Journalists calls on China to release Australian broadcaster Cheng Lei from detention which now stands at 1,018 days since 13th August 2020 See: &

The CIoJ remains concerned about the trials and sentencing of Belarus journalist Roman Protasevich and his friend Sofia Sapega following their abduction from a diverted Ryanair flight 23rd May 2021 which is now 735 days ago. Sofia should be released immediately from her 6 year jail sentence. Despite the mixed signals over Roman’s position in Belarus before and after his pardon, he should be allowed to leave the country of his own free will. See:

The CIoJ calls on all governments and states unjustly detaining journalists for doing their professional work to respect freedom of expression, the right to liberty and free them immediately. See:

North American Newspapers for Sunday 28th May 2023

French Newspapers for Sunday 28th May 2023

Montage of world newspapers for Sunday 28th May 2023

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