from Photographers' Blog:

Super lucky, Super moon

May 7, 2012

By Darryl Webb

I guess you could call me a lunatic. Not in a bad way, really... I’ve just always been taken with the full moon. So when the “Super Moon” was making this year’s debut I knew I was going to try to get an image of it, despite having to be late to two of my best friends' 50th birthday parties. I knew they would understand as they know my passion for my work.

from Saqib Ahmed:

Twitter is not the enemy

February 14, 2012

1 picture = 1,000 words

1 tweet = 1,000 stories?

It's the question mark that vexes the world's biggest news organizations. They have discovered how important Twitter is to news, but have become increasingly worried about how it's changing the way that they gather and report information. The result has been to clamp down on journalists' Twitter use when they could do just the opposite.

from Reuters Soccer Blog:

Football still offside in attitude to women

January 25, 2011

The British media furore over two television presenters’ sexist comments over a lineswoman at a Premier League match at the weekend has thrown the spotlight on the subject of women in soccer – be it on the pitch or off.

from The Great Debate UK:

Should major sporting events be reserved for free-to-air TV?

November 13, 2009

Steven Barnett-Steven Barnett is professor of communications at the University of Westminster and has written extensively about the Sky deal and cricket for the Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack. The opinions expressed are his own.-

from Reuters Editors:

Are we now too speedy for our own good?

By Sean Maguire
October 27, 2009

Last week I was told that Reuters has lost its ethical bearings. You've sacrificed the sacred tenet of accuracy by rushing to publish information without checking if it is true. Your credibility has suffered, the value of your brand will wither and the service you offer to clients has been devalued, I heard.

from The Great Debate UK:

Are we now too speedy for our own good?

By Sean Maguire
October 27, 2009

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Last week I was told that Reuters has lost its ethical bearings. You've sacrificed the sacred tenet of accuracy by rushing to publish information without checking if it is true. Your credibility has suffered, the value of your brand will wither and the service you offer to clients has been devalued, I heard.

from Commentaries:

Put the Ball into ITV shareholders’ court

September 21, 2009

Tony Ball is one of the most talented executives in British television. He must be, because ITV, the country's biggest commercial broadcaster, is prepared to offer him a pay package which could make him 20 million pounds over five years.

from Commentaries:

Counter-Revolution?

August 6, 2009

FoxTVRupert Murdoch used News Corp's fiscal fourth quarter conference call on Wednesday to say he wants to be paid ANYTIME his news is read online. Perhaps he was just in a cranky mood, but most of the reporters listening to the call thinks he's going beyond what he's said many times before on the topic.