Category Archives: Newspapers

Live blog: Is there a future for the press in Wales?

Virtually join our conference, Future of the press in Wales, which was held Saturday 19 Nov from 10am to 4pm. Our team of student journalists — Holly Stott-Penna, Tudor Rus and Therese Wynn-Davies — live blogged the event as it … 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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The i

Everyone loves a launch, and if the Independent’s new i paper lures even one of my students away from reading the Metro then it’s a job well done.  But at first glance it doesn’t do much for me, and here’s … Continue reading

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