The build-up to last week’s Brexit summit of ministers at Chequers featured exactly the kind of elite and commentariat behaviour which many people connect to the decision to leave the EU in the first place.
Scottish co-op The Ferret has announced a plan to greatly increase reader and member participation in content generation.
Anyone can sign up and can register fields in which they have interest and knowledge.
In January we covered how the BBC spent £8m attempting to improve “local democracy” reporting. These efforts will likely do little to improve actual local journalism but will manage to enrich large and un-localized corporations, such as Johnstone Press, Newsquest, and Trinity Mirror.
Paul Dacre will move on as editor of The Daily Mail this autumn after more than a quarter of a century in the role. It’s a chance to reflect on the current influence and narratives of right-wing establishment media in which he has played such a key role.
Media Fund partner, Open Democracy reported last week that The London Evening Standard has struck a £3m deal to provide positive news coverage for 6 major corporations.
News Club is a live debate show brought to you by The Media Fund. showcasing a new way of getting involved with news coverage. It will combine a panel of experts with an audience of news-hounds to dissect hot topics and the media dynamics behind them, taking apart what’s been reported and uncovering what has been left out.