Review of UK and world papers and coverage of UK and global journalism stories for Journalism History for Sunday 5th November 2023.
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Sky News Press Preview: Sunday’s papers. 4 Nov 2023 We take a look inside Sunday’s papers with the political commentator and podcaster Marina Purkiss and the political journalist and broadcaster Theo Usherwood. See: https://twitter.com/CIoJournalist/status/1720949083106402643
Arab News and Reuters report: ‘Philippines’ Marcos condemns killing of journalist, orders investigation. Juan Jumalon was shot by unidentified assailants while on Facebook livestream on Sunday morning.’ See: https://twitter.com/CIoJournalist/status/1721228980689219946
CIoJ LinkedIn news edited by Liz Justice
Filipino journalist Juan Jumalon was murdered while he carried out a live broadcast at his home in Calamba, Misamis Occidental which served as his radio station.’ See: https://linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:7126921137862647808?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop
Many congratulations to Northern Ireland journalist and local democracy reporter Tanya Fowles who received the inaugural CIoJ- Journalist of the Year award at London’s Reform Club Thursday 26th October. She received her award from leading UK broadcast news presenter Nick Ferrari to a huge round of applause from members of the Institute who had gathered for its annual general meeting. Tanya has been recognised for her outstanding campaigning for Open Justice and challenging judges imposing unjustifiable reporting bans in the Northern Ireland judicial system. See: https://cioj.org/award-for-court-reporter/
Images in slideshow. 1st image CIoJ President Michael Hardware (2022-24) [right], Tanya Fowles [centre] and awardwinning LBC broadcaster Nick Ferrari [right], 2nd image Northern Ireland Local Democracy journalist and court reporter Tanya Fowles being interviewed by CIoJ Council member Caroline Roddis in the Reform Club 26th October 2023.
CIoJ X (formerly known as Twitter) news feed at: https://twitter.com/CIoJournalist
CIoJ LinkedIn news feed edited by Liz Justice at: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/63500/
CIoJ Facebook news feed at: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100077475452242
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
Sky News Press Preview: Sunday's papers. 4 Nov 2023— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 4, 2023
We take a look inside Sunday's papers with the political commentator and podcaster Marina Purkiss and the political journalist and broadcaster Theo Usherwood. See: https://t.co/B3WhzEqDPX
Times of Israel reports: 'Carefully constructed misinformation videos boost viral anti-Israel TikTok presence.' See: https://t.co/yiFujbvCGo— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 4, 2023
Mail Online reports: 'Victory for free speech with end of libel cost law – as Rishi Sunak moves to scrap 'draconian' legislation that could make newspapers pay legal costs for both sides in libel and privacy cases regardless of who wins.' See: https://t.co/s8Mz1iLDJL— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
Mail Online reports: Law firm that victimised lesbian lawyer Allison Bailey over transgender stance refuses to condemn barrister over his 'pro-Hamas tweets' including image of terrorists storming the Israeli border." See: https://t.co/HdE6yMRFp2— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
Guardian interview feature: "Mariella Frostrup: ‘Best kiss of my life? It would make headlines.’" See: https://t.co/yrsMfcH24X— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
The CIoJ calls on Russia to immediately release Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich. His detention is wholly unjustifiable and political state hostage-taking. He has been deprived of his liberty for 223 days since 29th March 2023 #FreeEvan
The Institute calls on Belarus to release 35 journalists detained including Maryna Zolatava and Liudmila Chekina each suffering 12 year jail terms. Belarus is currently ranked 157th out of 180 countries in the World Press Freedom Index. See: https://rsf.org/en/belarus-supreme-court-upholds-journalists-12-year-jail-terms
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 896 days ago. See: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-65670820
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: https://rsf.org/en/new-record-number-journalists-jailed-worldwide
North American Newspapers for Sunday 5th November 2023
Observer review: 'The week in audio: Gangster: The Story of the Burger Bar Boys; Kids of Rutherford County; Hits Radio Breakfast with AI Fleur East.' See: https://t.co/bdNtIgmhji— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
Guardian reports: 'Tribunal to hear Guardian appeal over security costs for royal family. Home Office opposes disclosure of taxpayer bill for royals’ protection on national security grounds.' See: https://t.co/b5JwQiSxcz— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
Guardian reports: "Elon Musk unveils Grok, an AI chatbot with a ‘rebellious streak.’ Boss of X said tech being tested is inspired by Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy." See: https://t.co/RpmlVGx8K5— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
Guardian and AP report: 'Philippines radio journalist shot dead during live broadcast. Killer of Juan Jumalon, 57, pretended to be a listener to enter home studio in Misamis Occidental province.' See: https://t.co/Pp3WvkSQA7— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
Observer reports: 'From flagship to flagging: cuts that place Newsnight in jeopardy. Faced with falling figures, Kirsty Wark’s departure and new ways we consume news, a show that once set the agenda is in deep trouble.' See: https://t.co/YvWIVkaQ6J— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
French Newspapers Sunday 5th November 2023
Guardian reports: 'Mark Zuckerberg tears ACL while training for MMA fight early next year. Meta CEO undergoes knee surgery after torn ACL in training.' See: https://t.co/O6PVTIqeCU— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
Observer interview feature: "Robert Peston: ‘I’m not a conventional broadcaster – people hate my style.’" See: https://t.co/K3ftn5PFXx— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
Barbera Ellen writes for Observer: 'I loathe Little Britain, but it shouldn’t be censored – let it fade away for being unfunny.' See: https://t.co/VTAeYpW7Yg— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
Jewish Chronicle reports: 'TikTok denies antisemitism after Jewish celebs say platform isn't safe. Amy Schumer accused the platform of not protecting Jewish users.' See: https://t.co/kVbyKEai6F— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
Arab News reports: 'Saudi regulator launches project in media transformation push. Media System project aims to bolster sector’s competitiveness, innovation.' See: https://t.co/jVu3RiClrz— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
Arab News and AFP report: "Musk teases AI chatbot ‘Grok,’ with real-time access to X. xAI’s Grok to compete with OpenAI, Google and Meta's systems. Early beta version to be available to all X Premium+ subscribers." See: https://t.co/SrJwAvyPjB— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
Arab News and Reuters report: 'Philippines’ Marcos condemns killing of journalist, orders investigation. Juan Jumalon was shot by unidentified assailants while on Facebook livestream on Sunday morning.' See: https://t.co/cRCNASN0tA— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
CIoJ LinkedIn news by Liz Justice reports: 'Filipino journalist Juan Jumalon was murdered while he carried out a live broadcast at his home in Calamba, Misamis Occidental which served as his radio station.' See: https://t.co/IuNqFW27DI & https://t.co/5Ey1zaMHUT— CIoJ (@CIoJournalist) November 5, 2023
Montage of world newspapers for Sunday 5th November 2023