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Yesterday, during the women’s gymnastics team final at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Simone Biles, of the USA, lost her bearings while performing a vault, and stumbled as she landed. Soon after, she left the venue, accompanied by a medical official; when she returned, it was only to watch her... Continue reading at 'Columbia Journalism Review'
[ Columbia Journalism Review | 2021-07-28 12:41:18 UTC ]
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Rishi Sunak confirmed ebooks and online newspapers will no longer be subjected to sales tax The government will abolish the 20% “reading tax” on ebooks and online newspapers from December, although it is unclear whether publishers will pass the full saving on to customers.Printed books and... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'
[ The Guardian | 2020-03-11 19:46:19 UTC ]
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France declared war on freeloaders this week, as the Paris Métro cracked down on ticket fraud and the nation's newspapers formed a bloc against ad-blockers. But it seems freeloading does still pay. Ten percent or more of travelers on the tramways circling Paris don't pay, according to the local... Continue reading at 'PC World'
[ PC World | 2016-03-23 00:00:00 UTC ]
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News websites and online publishers saw advertising soar 18 per cent in Britain last year, fuelling hopes that digital growth has reached a long-awaited tipping point where it will offset print decline. Figures from the Association of Online Publi ... Continue reading at 'Editor & Publisher'
[ Editor & Publisher | 2014-03-05 00:00:00 UTC ]
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The Press Complaints Commission has published the statistical breakdown that was requested when its chairman, Lord Hunt, appeared before the commons media and culture select committee two weeks ago.The PCC has put up two tables on its website. One shows all recorded breaches of the editors' code... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'
[ The Guardian | 2014-02-13 00:00:00 UTC ]
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