By Media Mole - 03 February 12:37
"Most Connected Men 2014" comes across more as "Men We Know Who Are Likely To Share This Article On Twitter 2014".
By Media Mole - 17 January 12:22
For the Mail, Moss' true age is revealed not by a portrait in the attic, but by the skin halfway up her leg.
By Ian Steadman - 09 January 01:52
No matter how unusual the event, commemoration in one of Google's daily Doodles will create a news story.
By Martin Robbins - 29 November 10:35
Our media is biased towards men over 50 - and that affects how they cover every aspect of our lives.
By Media Mole - 13 November 10:25
It is increasingly impossible for any public figure to justify their decision not to wear a poppy because of personal reasons, no matter how sensible.
By Media Mole - 22 October 01:25
When you're trying to convince people to like you, it's a bad idea to remind them of your worst failures.
By Emma Briant - 28 September 11:22
Negative news coverage fuels social tensions and turns refugees into scapegoats.
By Willard Foxton - 29 July 04:26
When a writer lifts thoughts - or even paragraphs - from an existing work, we call it plagiarism. But news organisations do the same, and call it aggregation.
By Alex Hern - 14 May 11:19
If the NYT wants to ensure its pieces are never sullied by the corrupting eye of a reader, it can lock them in lead-lined boxes and drop them in the Hudson. But if it wants to help Angelina Jolie in her mission to spread awareness about breast cancer, it