Politics

Can Sky News survive and prosper as an independent company?

Some say it can (The BBC’s Robert Peston who points out that the putative deal with BSkyB is likely to mean a 14-year news provider’s licence in practice), others, like former Sky News boss Andrew Neil, speaking on the BBC, ...

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Why will no-one tell the truth about News of the World phone hacking?

Well they just won’t will they? Here’s Roy Greenslade’s account from the Guardian today and he knows whereof he speaks because he used to be a senior editorial executive on the Sun (also, like the News of the World owned ...

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Digital posters recovery leads booming UK outdoor media sector

Posters have come a long way since paper, glue and a wooden frame was all you needed to be an outdoor media owner. In the UK at any rate the outdoor media sector is booming, led by so-called digital outdoor, ...

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