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Media links of the day

Media links of the day

Photojournalism: a grant has been launched in the name of Tim Heatherington, the British born, U.S. based photojournalist who was killed in Libya earlier this year, reports Journalism.co.uk. Joao Silver, another photo journalist who suffered life altering injuries from a landmine in Libya, recounts his experiences in The New York Times' Lens blog.

Newspaper magazines: the Guardian looks at why they still have a place in our papers.

Arrest in the Politikovskaya case: a former Russian Police Colonel has been arrested for orchestrating the murder of Russian journalist Anna Politikovskaya, reports the Guardian

Another Guardian article recounts how The Times and Sunday Times staff are to face review of their editorial practices as part of News International's internal investigation into phone-hacking.

President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, is leading the country into ever more dangerous territory, as he tightens media laws and launches crippling defamation cases against journalists, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.

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Katherine Travers

Date

2011-09-05 18:18

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