The European Journalism Centre has relaunched its Media Landscape series profiling the state of national media in Europe, reported Journalism.co.uk. The Media Landscape 2010 site is an update on EJC's previous reports in 2006 and hosts 38 country and six neighbour state profiles.
The South and East Europe Media Organisation, a network of editors, media executives and leading journalists from South and East Europe and an affiliate of the International Press Institute, has denounced the recent assault on journalist Piro Nase, in the town of Gjirokastra, in Albania.
Is Apple developing a new and improved 'World iPad,' asks All Things Digital?
The Guardian looked at the effect of the announcement of Prince William's engagement on the national press: sales were up and the event shows how much the relationship between the press and the royals has changed over the years, believes Stephen Brook.
Wall Street Journal blogger Ranjani Iyer Mohanty discusses front-page ads, which are becoming increasingly common in India.
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