Roy Greenslade reports that a website editor in Belarus has been arrested for publishing photos of teddy bears pinned with press freedom messages, which were air-dropped into the country earlier this month by the Swedish Ad Agency Studio Total. See our earlier report on the airdrop here.
Time Inc. Sports Group, which publishes Sports Illustrated, SI Kids and Golf, is reducing its editorial staff by 16 people, mainly through “voluntary departures,” according to AdWeek.
The Telegraph says a group of major News Corporation investors is seeking to have Rupert Murdoch removed as chairman during the company's annual general meeting in October.
Press Gazette reports that a journalist from The Sun was arrested this morning as part of the ongoing Operation Tuleta, the computer hacking inquiry.
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