News critics ask if Vista blurs the impartiality of the BBC.
Haiti: photographer is killed for taking photos of local criminals.Jan 26, 2007 | Journalism News
Journalists who help people secure their systems are to be rewarded in London.Jan 12, 2007 | Journalism News
Retelling other people’s gags is a risky business for media in Morocco.Jan 10, 2007 | Journalism News
Media law expert Roger Sinclair responds to an aspiring freelance journalist.Jan 4, 2007 | Journalism News
A media trio is hailed for drowning out jargon for the masses.
Media giant issues ‘take it or leave it’ rights-grabbing contract to freelancers.Dec 15, 2006 | Journalism News
One in three jailed reporters didn’t even make a national splash.Dec 13, 2006 | Journalism News
Journalists' union fends off reporters being probed over anti-police stories.Dec 6, 2006 | Journalism News
Appeals court comes close to making history by sending a blogger back to jail.Nov 20, 2006 | Journalism News
A former doctor is recognised for capturing the ‘truth’ of war.Nov 14, 2006 | Journalism News
Peace Reporter's roaming freelance, Gabriele Torsello, is released unharmed.
Afghani gunmen are told to release a photo-journalist with 'good intentions'.Oct 16, 2006 | Journalism News
Lords say libel must not stop allegations from being made in the public interest.Oct 13, 2006 | Journalism News
Magazine owners sex up their title’s 'dull' image with 'insulting' content.Sep 5, 2006 | Journalism News
CBS asks a man who wants to ‘wipe Israel off the map’ what he does for leisure.Aug 18, 2006 | Journalism News
Veterans of media freelancing reveal top tips for making a splash.Aug 16, 2006 | Journalism News
A freelance heads to jail chased by a Big Brother-style US government.Aug 3, 2006 | Journalism News
Leak reveals Labour wants to restrict the free flow of information out of Whitehall.
Outrage over the cowardly murder of a defenceless freelanceJul 28, 2006 | Journalism News
Awards open for photo-journos who run away from the crowds & into trouble.Jul 27, 2006 | Journalism News
The 'grave dangers' facing anti-state media are exposed as elections loom.
Number 10 told it can no longer keep the duo’s meeting times under wraps.Jul 11, 2006 | Journalism News
An anonymous group telephone, ambush and then kill an 'independent' reporter.Jul 6, 2006 | Journalism News
Its ‘clearly working,’ say MPs, but the ‘spirit’ of the FOI Act is also clearly ailing.Jun 29, 2006 | Journalism News
Freelance journalists asked to submit 'expertly written' articles for a £500 cash prize.Jun 16, 2006 | Journalism News
News provider reveals a new meaning to the controversial three-letter word.Jun 8, 2006 | Journalism News
'Poisonous' climate for reporters in Gambia claims a freelance from the BBC.Jun 6, 2006 | Journalism News
Search site attacked over claims of ‘repeated collusion’ with Chinese mandarins.Jun 5, 2006 | Journalism News