Media Standards Trust: Election Unspun: Political parties, the press, and Twitter during the 2015 UK election campaign

7 07 2015

ElectionUnspun-Cover-e1435771126164-128x125The Media Standards Trust has published Election Unspun: Political parties, the press, and Twitter during the 2015 UK election campaign. [pdf] This is a data-driven analysis of mainstream media coverage and political actors and influencers on twitter during the UK 2015 election campaign. Read the rest of this entry »





Media Standards Trust: Who was hacked? A New Report Investigates – Martin Moore

26 03 2015

image1Reading coverage of the various hacking trials (News of the World in 2013/14 and now Mirror Group Newspapers) you could be forgiven for thinking phone hacking was all about celebrities. Celebrities attract attention, attract news interest, and sell papers. This is perhaps why many of the news reports of phone hacking have concentrated on celebrities and are illustrated with photographs of celebrities. Read the rest of this entry »





Public Lecture: The UK Media and the Police, Roger Graef

27 10 2014

CachedImageRoger Graef, the renowned documentary film-maker, journalist and criminologist, will give the second in the series of Media & Public Policy talks at King’s College London on the evening of Monday 10 November 2014.
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Addressing the Democratic Deficit in Local News through Positive Plurality – Media Standards Trust

18 10 2014

Positive_Plurality_cover-e1412775000170On 9 October 2014, the Media Standards Report published a new report entitled Addressing the Democratic Deficit in Local News through Positive Plurality Or, why we need a UK alternative of the Knight News Challenge [pdf]   Read the rest of this entry »





Can Newspapers Convince the Public IPSO Is Not a ‘Sham’? – Martin Moore

10 09 2014

PressAs IPSO – the press’ response to Leveson – opened for business this week, newspapers may be wondering whether they will be able to convince the public that it is not just a replica of its discredited predecessor, the Press Complaints Commission. Read the rest of this entry »





Media Standards Trust: How Newspapers Covered Press Regulation after Leveson

5 09 2014

Media Standards TrustThe Media Standards Trust has published the first comprehensive analysis [pdf] of UK national newspaper coverage of press regulation following the publication of the Leveson Report in November 2012. Read the rest of this entry »





Event: “Inhuman Rights: is the Sun right about the Human Rights Act?”, Helena Kennedy QC lecture on the British press and human rights

23 04 2014

HelenaKennedy-300x200Much of the UK Press has been highly critical of the Human Rights Act, and the anger appears to be rising in the run-up to the European Parliament elections and the 2015 General Election. Read the rest of this entry »








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