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Jasper Jackson is the New Statesman’s digital editor. He was formerly assistant editor of Media Guardian, and editor of TheMediaBriefing.
Turns out, this time around, most of us really are Brenda “not another election” from Bristol.
The power to reach millions of phones has made deciding when to send a push notification a serious business for news outlets.
Roula Khalaf joins a growing number of women heading top titles, but her appointment is a reminder of how unrepresentative the media remains.
The streaming service from the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 signposts the end of their dominance.
Everyone in the media is chasing eyeballs, but not all of us are prepared to use bigotry to get them.
Treating XR as just another campaign group trying to sway public opinion misses the point spectacularly.
The former ad man who helped turn around the newspaper’s fortunes has been appointed chief executive of football’s top-level league.
Reprimanding staff for confronting abhorrent views is an unsustainable position for the public broadcaster.
Posts by the Leave.EU campaign targeted individual judges in an attempt to paint their decision as politically motivated.
Even those used to the Sun's salacious reporting may baulk at uncovering such personal pain.