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- RT @MediaPlurality: Next up in our Media Plurality Series with @LSEMediaPolicy: The transparency of media ownership - Mark Thompson http://… 2 days ago
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- BBC Radio 4 - The Media Show>> CEO of News UK; Ad-funded programmes; Press reform: bbc.in/1fqE8VH #medialaw 2 hours ago
- RT @impressproject: @jheawood is on Media Show on @BBCRadio4 at 4.30pm today. Looking forward to talking to excellent @steve_hewlett about … 2 days ago
- LexisWeb>> [Family law] Make them mediate! Is there a case for compulsion?: bit.ly/1dgty1q #medialaw 4 days ago
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Category Archives: education
I am extremely sad to learn of the deaths of two people I had come to know through my research, and both contributed so much to their respective professional fields. Walter Greenwood, described by HoldtheFrontPage as the ‘doyen of journalism … Continue reading
The Ministry of Justice has listed 43 unpublished data-sets that could be opened up for public use. It is part of a public consultation on the National Information Infrastructure (NII), a new initiative for improving government data. The government is … Continue reading
The University of Portsmouth is seeking applicants for a funded PhD on corporations and defamation – looks like a fascinating project! The full project title is: “The Defamation of Companies: Free Speech, Public Protection and the Economic Consequences of False … Continue reading
Last Friday I attended an excellent and inspiring presentation by John Sheridan, head of legislation services at the National Archives, at the Open Data Institute. ODI’s Kathryn Corrick has helpfully uploaded both the audio and his presentation. The Indigo Trust … Continue reading
Guest post by Lawbore The Lawbore website was born a whole decade ago, in 2002, at a time when there were few websites for lawyers or law students. Today of course, all branches of the legal profession enjoys consuming and … Continue reading