Have you ever wondered what the newspapers in the 1930s were like? Neither had I however, according to these pictures they contain a similar amount of made up rubbish, fictional health stories and sensational jibber jabber. Go and have a … Continue reading
Whether you are a public relations professional, a journalist, or just downright nosy, this guide into digital media for journalists has some interesting findings and recommendations. It was created by the Society of Professional Journalists, which is an American organisation, … Continue reading
The demonstration yesterday in Trafalgar Square, London, against the ill-conceived anti-terrorism laws has resulted – ironically – in some really great images. The law aims gives police powers to ban photographers from taking pictures in public, as they could supposedly … Continue reading
I thought this was a rather friendly look at the PR / journalist relationship. I’m going to phone Gordon now and see if he is still in a good mood.
I love MetaFilter as much for the blogs as the comments and debate the postings create. This blog (click here) discussing ‘whether satire is journalism’ is a case in point. Anyone who knows that satire goes back as far as … Continue reading