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  1. Filling the gaps in foreign coverage

    Matthew Wells

    contributes to a range of British media outlets from his home in New York.

    Ethan Zuckerman is about as far away from a big-city newspaper editor as it gets. He lives in rural Massachusetts, is a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, and co-founded a site in 2004 that's dedicated to reaching the parts old media doesn't reach: Global Voices. The site i...

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  2. Video: the New Competition

    Angelique Halliburton

    Graham Holliday, the blogger and social media expert, gave an insightful talk about the internet boom in the former war-torn African state of Rwanda. Graham spoke about how people outside the mainstream media are exploring new ways of publishing and distributing content - using social networki...

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  3. Is it the weather, or is it the climate?

    Charles Miller

    edits this blog. Twitter: @chblm

    Snow arrives at the start of a year which the Met Office predicts will be the hottest on record. Its press release of 10 December contained the following startling claims: - Global temperature for 2010 is expected to be 14.58°C, the warmest on record. - 2009 is expected to be the fifth-...

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  4. Climate conference: Shukman briefing

    Simon Ford

    If you need a quick briefing on the main issues at the Copenhagen conference , try this video from David Shukman. Click here for more information from the United Nations.

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  5. Anna Politkovskaya three years on

    Kevin Marsh

    is director of OffspinMedia and a former Today editor

    It's three years since Russian campaigning journalist Anna Politkovskaya was murdered. Her killers have yet to be brought to trial. The general secretary of Reporters Without Borders was refused a visa to travel to Russia - Jean-François Julliard had intended to take part in a news conference...

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  6. Reuters and Iraq

    Kevin Marsh

    is director of OffspinMedia and a former Today editor

    This is a good watch and multimedia experience. OK, so it's also good PR and marketing on the part of Reuters ... but you can forgive them. It's what it says on the tin - five years of the Iraq war ... with some exceptional photography and short, telling soundbites from journalists and support...

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