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Are Telegraph plan for online paywall and healthy News International subscriber growth a sign of the future?

Is the tide turning for the concept of news website paywalls, as the Guardian reports today that the Telegraph group is planning to introduce charging for some digital content in the autumn? buy cuban cigars online usa This news coincides ...

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Adam Crozier’s ITV strategy under fire following sales boss Fru Hazlitt’s night of the long knives

Has ITV gone completely barmy? That’s what many hardened media pros in London are asking themselves as they digest the implications of marketing boss Fru Hazlitt’s brutal clearout of sales director Gary Digby and his team, the allegedly old-fashioned bruisers ...

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‘Tax dodger’ George Osborne ads put UK papers in a spin

An anti-tax dodger group called 38 Degrees has raised enough money from somewhere to run a UK national newspaper campaign accusing coalition government chancellor George Osborne, who’s supposed to be cracking down on tax-dodging companies, of being one himself. It ...

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US pundit declares online Times is just a "Tory newsletter."

You can’t give the UK’s most famous and venerable daily newspaper a more crushing putdown than to call it a “newsletter”, but that’s the insult casually flicked towards the Times by US pundit Clay Shirky in his latest column on ...

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Tim Bell defends PR industry against Guardian attack

Anyone who knows Lord Bell, the communications Svengali who masterminded Margaret Thatcher’s rise to power, will be well aware that he could talk for the UK in the Olympics. top internet security software So it’s a strangely laconic response from ...

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