The i newspaper is one of the paper from the Johnston Press stable that has recently been in play.
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There is still value in newsprint, but newspaper owners need to invest in their communities or face extinction.
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Despite their derision, media outlets such as the Canary and Breitbart, still source much of their information from the mainstream press.
The advent of the internet has changed how politics and the media influence each other - and not always in a good way.
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Guardian Australia’s Katharine Murphy and former MP David Feeney on the digital disruption of media and politics.
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Today on the podcast we're talking filter bubbles, fake news, opinion vs fact. Media Files asks two experts how the media and politics influence each other - and why that's causing concern.
Journalism is still a popular choice for students, but the harsh realities of the media industry can can crush idealism.
Not so easy to spot on the news stand: new tabloid Guardian.
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Changing to tabloid from its distinctive Berliner format is a bold move. Our newspaper design expert hopes it will help The Guardian survive in print.
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Journalism is the first casualty as two UK newspapers with competing world views go to war.
Public interest reporting is often equated with watchdog or investigative reporting. But it can include other factual stories that serve the public interest.
Public interest journalism exposes corruption and wrongdoers, and holds the powerful to account. But it is increasingly under threat, and we need to find ways to protect it.
The Guardian’s Facebook Files give a much-needed glimpse into how Facebook moderates content.
Facebook should give the public more insight into how content moderation decisions are made.
London's media were unified against Scottish separatism in 2014. Second time around, the picture is more complicated.
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A generation of 'new media' sites is challenging traditional news organisations when it comes to reporting the environment.
Research shows the vastly different ways the two newspapers approach this important issue.
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The history of newspapers has been one of adapting to prosper and now is no different.
The Guardian continues to support its print editions, despite declining readership.
With ad blockers hurting digital, and print readership declining, The Guardian's plans to take on the world face strong headwinds.
Hat’s all folks.
The likes of Der Correspondent and Kickstarter raise the prospect of a new funding model for journalism. To some extent, we are kidding ourselves.
Will the plethora of conflicting market signals be too much for news consumers to bear?
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Media consumers are spoilt for choice, making new revenue models difficult for publishers.
The Financial Times newspaper has been bought by Japanese media house Nikkei. Does the ownership of a newspaper make a difference? It certainly does.
The sale of the Financial Times marks the end of 60 years of benign custodianship, which has allowed the pink paper to be one of the more successful in dealing with the challenges of the internet.
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The 2015 Reuters institute digital news report has just been published. It contains, according to Matthew Ingram in Fortune magazine, mostly bad news for traditional, mainstream media – confirming what…
Morning after: how the nationals covered the election.
So that’s that, then. The pollsters got it wildly wrong and the UK did not wake up on Friday to endless debates about coalitions, minority governments and who would deal with whom. Instead a startled “national…
Is Bill Gates’ desire to help tackle the world’s problems compatible with his foundation’s huge fossil fuel investments?
The Gates Foundation is being urged to dump its sizeable fossil fuel assets. Bill Gates cares deeply about world health and development, both of which are affected by climate, but will his charity divest?
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been urged to join the fossil fuel divestment movement.
The Guardian's divestment campaign is targeting charitable research trusts. John Quiggin says they have a moral duty to divest fossil fuels, regardless of the temptation to research technological climate fixes.