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16.11.17

Campaign: Advertisers Put Transparency Top of Agenda

Major advertisers are putting transparency at the top of the agenda following widespread concerns about brand safety and audience measurement in the digital environment, according to Campaign’s head of media Gideon Spanier.   &nb...

16.11.17

IMPRESS Excludes Board Members From Laura Kuenssberg Article Inquiry

Two IMPRESS board members have been recused from an investigation into an article by the Canary about the BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg after they shared social media posts accusing her of being a propagandist for the Conservativ...

16.11.17

Industry Figure Rebuffs Harris’ Society of Editors Speech

Jason Kint, Digital Content Next chief executive, has launched a scathing point by point rebuttal to Google UK and Ireland managing director Ronan Harris’ speech at the Society of Editors Conference in which he said suggestions that Google...

16.11.17

Lord Black Puts Forward Data Protection Proposals to Safeguard Investigative Journalism

Lord Black has put forward a series of data protection proposals, widely supported across the print, broadcast and online media, designed to safeguard investigative journalism and prevent the Information Commissioner becoming a statutory regulat...

09.11.17

Lord Black: Data Protection Bill Hijack ‘Grossly Irresponsible’  

Attempts to use the Data Protection Bill to punish news outlets that refuse to sign up to state-sponsored regulation are “grossly irresponsible” and must be rejected, Lord Black of Brentwood told the House of Lords this week. Sp...