Council paper clamp-down announced

Local authorities will be prevented from producing more than four newspapers a year, and ‘propaganda papers’…

Happy is the content farm hand

This interview with US writer Will Stape, on the BBC College of Journalism site, suggests that that the pay-per-click…

Downie – journalism’s future hangs in the balance

“The challenge I see is to turn this tumultuous moment of transformation into a beneficial reconstruction…

Brum freebies days ‘could be numbered’

According to The Press Gazette, the Birmingham Free Press’ days could be numbered.   Owner Chris Bullivant…

Washington Post’s ex editor reflects on new digital age

An interesting discussion on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme between Len Downie, the former editor of…

Net to loose free-to-view Screws

News International continues to be tight-lipped about the numbers who have signed up to The Times…

Need viewers? Hire bloggers

‘Newsblogging’ represents the next step in the evolution of journalism, according to its ‘inventors’ SixEstate.com, of…

Enders: Newspaper paywalls don’t stack up

The News International paywall’s financial model will be insufficient to compensate for declining revenue from print…

NUJ: if Murdoch’s paywall works – great

Hackles rose among some of the ranks in the National Union of Journalists when an article in Prospect magazine…

Demand Media’s ‘content factory’ under scrutiny

In the first of a series examining new ways of doing journalism, NMJ examines a computer-based…