Blog posts by year and month February 2011

Posts (46)

  1. The Press Complaints Commission seems, according to some newspaper editors and media critics, to have already had its last couple of fingers of red eye at the Last Chance Saloon. The News of the World phone-hacking scandal - or, more accurately, the "supine" way the PCC failed to assert any ki...

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  2. Feedback on CoJo's Essentials of BBC Journalism DVD has been arriving from all over the world. And there are already practical results to show for it. Training based on the DVD has been offered by BBC World Service instructors in India, Nigeria, Syria and Lebanon.  In Lebanon, the trainer Maha...

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  3. Professor Colin Blakemore of Oxford University, Fiona Fox, the Director of the Science Media Centre, and the BBC's Environment and Science Correspondent, David Shukman, gave a CoJo masterclass on reporting science. They analysed some of the most significant science stories of recent years,...

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  4.   The internet and mobile phone network lockdown in Egypt last week has failed to stifle debate on the anti-Mubarak protests on social media. Internet and censorship activists outside the country have been helping Egyptian netizens as their online social media have shown no signs of life sin...

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  5. There's been lots of chat in my circles this week about the last Monday's Horizon presented by Paul Nurse, the Nobel prize winner and new head of the Royal Society. The programme, Science Under Attack, questioned whether mild-mannered climate scientists like Phil Jones at the Climate Research Un...

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