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Date

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Media links of the day

Media links of the day

Reporters Without Borders make a plea for conference delegates in Bonn to work towards free, independent media in Afghanistan.

Reporters Without Borders has also updated its handbooks designed to help bloggers and "cyber dissidents" gain wider exposure and remain protected from authoritarian regimes.

Despite much speculation, James Murdoch has been reappointed as director of BSkyB.

The British Library has released a digitised catalogue of newspapers from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Now everyone can see what journalism was like in the good old days.

For more industry news please see WAN-IFRA's Executive News Service




Sources: BBC, Reporters Without Borders (1), (2), Press Gazette, BBC


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Author

Katherine Travers

Date

2011-11-29 17:11

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