Monthly Archives: July 2011

Saving the Reliant Robin | A day in the life…

Saving the Reliant Robin Today newspaper was a great place to work. It revolutionised printing, being the first paper to print in colour. It took a while to settle down ( in the first few editions, pictures were so out … Continue reading

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You could make it up | A day in the life……

You could make it up….   Many years ago, I worked at what many would call a tabloid newspaper, though we thought ourselves rather better than the ‘ Gutter Press ‘. One of the plum jobs was that of royal … Continue reading

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Where now for the PCC?

What should a future press regulator look like?   The Press Complaints Commission has rightly come in for some major flack recently for not getting to the bottom of the hacking affair when they had the chance. However, it must … Continue reading

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Good Bye News of the World

 The Phone Hacking Saga I can’t think that there has been stranger week in Journalism for a very long time. I did some shifts last week in the Scottish News of the World and apart from the distant and unthreatening … Continue reading

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