Tag Archives: Claire Jones

The End…

So, we’re at the end of the project and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed researching and learning about freedom of the press worldwide.  I would conclude that we are lucky to live in the UK where we have such freedom of expression that we … Continue reading

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Summary

This blogproject was (apart from keeping us busy) meant to answer the question: What effect is digital technology having on efforts to defend and improve press and broadcasting freedom worldwide? I think, every single one of us tried their best … Continue reading

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The Presentation: An Overview

Looking back I’m pleased with the presentation and how it ran on the day. I think we brought all the research we had done together.  In examining the use of digital technologies worldwide this allowed us to comment on how … Continue reading

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Journalist Matt Fleming Interview on Digital Technologies

I also asked Matt: ‘What effect are digital technologies having on print journalism?’ Here Matt explained the expansion of the internet and how it is changing a journalists job, and also their freedom.

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Journalist Matt Fleming Interview on Social Networking and Libel Law

I went on to ask Matt: ‘What do you think of social networking? And how can it be monitored?’ Matt spoke about Twitter and how it is used and also libel laws as a means of regulating its content. 

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Journalist Matt Fleming Interview on Media Audiences

I asked Matt: ‘How do you think media audiences are changing?’ Matt explained how The Herald newspaper audience is changing all the time. He divulges the typical audience for The Herald, what impact the internet has made and how it has resulted in change.

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Blogging

One of the most widespread uses of the Internet is blogging. The number of blogs worldwide increased from 22 million in 2005 to more than 100 million by 2010. Among the most distinct features of blogs are their decentralized nature … Continue reading

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