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Whistleblowers and the media

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Newcastle University played host to four experts on whistleblowing for a talk on how it intersects with the media and human rights. Since Edward Snowden blew the whistle on global...

Whistleblowers and the media discussion

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Newcastle University played host to four experts on whistleblowing for a talk on how it intersects with the media and human rights. Since Edward Snowden blew the whistle on global...

Buzzfeed layoffs: what about the future of journalism?

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In the wake of Buzzfeed laying off 15% of its staff, our writers analyse the impact this has on the future of journalism....

Roasts, Toasts and Soapboxes

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Comment's home of rants: weird, wonderful, weekly. Our two new columns give writers the chance to roast, or toast, a figure or group of their choosing....

Remembering the first British news broadcaster

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On 17th November this year, Richard Baker died. His name may not be known to you but you will know his work. Baker was the first ever British news broadcaster, starting in July...

Mass Media Monopolies

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Following Corbyn spy allegations, our writers discuss the need for media regulation and plurality...

University lashes out against ban of ‘juicy’ stories on campus

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The student union at the University of St. Mark and St. John has elected to ban the sale of orange juice with pulp, as a satirical swipe at rival institution Plymouth...

A threat to Liberté?

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After a chain of murderous attacks by Islamic extremists in Paris, including an iconic assault on free speech and liberty in the Charlie Hebdo shootings, agitations over a...

Creative Careers give headstart in job market

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Creative industries now account for 1 in 18 jobs in the UK, according to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport....

Courier runner up at Student Media Awards

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The Courier was awarded the runner-up award at the ceremony on Tuesday....