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Preview of the new BBC News website

Josh Halliday: The BBC News website editor, Steve Herrmann, runs through the changes – new stories flagged, a shift in navigation and possible Facebook integration

Josh Halliday

06, Jul, 2010 @2:32 PM

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TV ratings – 2 July: Uruguay penalties win the night
Controversial World Cup quarter-final peaks at more than 10 million viewers – impressive figures for a non-England game. By Seb Payne

Seb Payne

06, Jul, 2010 @2:02 PM

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David Abraham: Channel 4 'not scanning horizon for the cavalry'
Chief executive says public service broadcaster is focused on 'self-help' – but that includes striking more deals like UKTV one. By Mark Sweney

Mark Sweney

06, Jul, 2010 @1:30 PM

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Retailers stop sales of analogue TV sets as digital switchover approaches
Death of the analogue TV set officially confirmed today nearly 85 years after John Logie Baird held his first public display. By Tara Conlan

Tara Conlan

06, Jul, 2010 @12:20 PM

Roy Greenslade: Government wants council job ads to go online

Council job adverts should be published on the internet to save money, increase transparency and help reduce pointless posts, says Eric Pickles, the local government secretary

Roy Greenslade

06, Jul, 2010 @12:04 PM

Roy Greenslade: Why the Sunday Express keeps losing readers

The Sunday Express, the paper that specialises in publishing stories that stretch the truth to breaking point, came up with another page one winner at the weekend, QUEEN NEEDS LOTTO CASH

Roy Greenslade

06, Jul, 2010 @11:24 AM

Roy Greenslade: 'Save the Mirror' Facebook page as staff start to leave

I see that a Save the Daily Mirror Facebook page has been set up. Thus far, it has only 39 members

Roy Greenslade

06, Jul, 2010 @11:04 AM

TechHub startup centre gets Google backing

London's newest startup workspace and networking centre for TechHub has just scored sponsorship from Google, it announced today. By Jemima Kiss

Jemima Kiss

06, Jul, 2010 @11:00 AM

Roy Greenslade: The Economist in hot water over 'edited' cover image

Who would have thunk it of The Economist? It ran a front cover picture of President Obama that suggested he was standing alone on an oil spill beach

Roy Greenslade

06, Jul, 2010 @10:09 AM

Roy Greenslade: Sunday Telegraph's chief reporter quits

Andrew Alderson, who has worked as chief reporter for three national newspapers, has resigned from the Sunday Telegraph after 12 years with the paper

Roy Greenslade

06, Jul, 2010 @9:10 AM

BBC websites cost users 67p per month

The BBC spent £199.3m on its BBC Online service in 2009/10, according to its annual report - 12% more than the previous year. By Robert Andrews

Robert Andrews

06, Jul, 2010 @9:03 AM

PDA's Newsbucket

Today's essential reading. By Jemima Kiss

Jemima Kiss

06, Jul, 2010 @8:45 AM

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