American Association of Advertising Agencies - 06/19/2013
Advertising spending in measured media in the United Kingdom is expected to show a 3.3 percent increase this year, ahead of the 2.1 percent advance recorded in the summer Olympics year 2012, according to a new report from GroupM.
The Guardian has been accused of surrendering to "press corporations responsible for many of those abuses" that led to the establishment of the Leveson inquiry. Hacked Off, the lobby group that campaigns on behalf of victims of press intrusion has written to the paper asking it not to "bend to the powerful vested interests" it so "valiantly exposed".
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Rupert Murdoch 's new newspaper company made a low-key stock market debut in Sydney, losing 3% of its value on its first day of trading. Class B voting shares in New News Corporation began trading on the Australian market at noon local time on Wednesday (1am BST), and closed at A$14.55 (£8.84), 45 cents lower than its opening value of A$15.
In a reply to a question asked by the Freedom Front Plus in parliament, the minister of Finance acknowledged that funds of the Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF) will be used to invest in the Independent News and Media group in conjunction with the ANC orientated Sekunjalo Independent Media consortium.
by Helen Lambourne , last updated on June 19, 2013 4
Regional newspapers are set to lose more than £200m in print advertising revenue over the next two years, according to predictions from media investment analysts.
Rupert Murdoch's new News Corp publishing business failed to impress investors in its stock market debut, losing three per cent of its value.
The massive media empire is splitting its growing and more profitable cable TV and film assets from its traditional but struggling newspapers.
Shares in the publishing division, known as new News Corp, began trading on the Australian market...
As the Civil Rights Movement was unfolding across the US in 1963, the entire nation had its eyes on climactic events taking place in Southern cities like Birmingham, Ala., and Jackson, Miss. But there's a stark difference between how the national press covered the events in Birmingham and how Birmingham's papers covered their own city.
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