Monthly Archives: October 2011

Citizen journalism or ‘talented reporters’ – what does Wales need?

The Assembly Member who’s heading up an inquiry into the media in Wales will be speaking at a conference on the future of the Welsh press on 19 November.

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Future of Broadcasting in Wales

Future of Broadcasting in Wales Conference – Institute of Welsh Affairs, Cardiff, 18 October 2011 Broadcasting chiefs, television producers and media analysts met in Cardiff last week (18 October) to discuss the future of broadcasting in Wales. The conference, organised … Continue reading

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First with the (wrong) news

There’s a common theme in the analysis of the Daily Mail’s embarrassing use of a pre-written story on the Amanda Knox trial.  (If you missed the story, it’s here – they mis-understood the verdict, said she was guilty when she … Continue reading

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Is there a future for the press in Wales?

A one-day conference at the Atrium in Cardiff – Saturday 19 November 2011. This is an opportunity to analyse the crisis in the Welsh press and to look for solutions which will provide the citizens of Wales with the journalism … Continue reading

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