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Posted by DONALD BISTRAN on May 22, 2014 at 6:15 PM

From Prince Harry in Afghanistan to Tom Cruise ranting about Scientology and footage from the Burmese uprising, blogging has never been bigger. It can help elect presidents and take down attorney generals while simultaneously celebrating the minutiae of our everyday obsessions

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YouTube 1hr 36min ago

YouTube subscription music licensing strikes wrong notes with indie labels

22 May 2014: Trade association WIN gives online video giant 24 hours to rescind 'indefensible' letters for upcoming Spotify-style service. By Stuart Dredge


Facebook 2hr 53min ago

Facebook bows to pressure on privacy settings for new users

22 May 2014: Social media site responds to calls for changes to default privacy setting that puts users at risk of accidentally over-sharing content


Egypt 5hr 1min ago

Australian journalist accuses Egyptian prosecutors of unbelievable inefficiency

22 May 2014: Peter Geste's outburst follows airing of phone footage, including pop video, in trial of three al-Jazeera journalists

Conservatives 8hr 41min ago

BBC apologises for Conservative MP's live TV expletive

22 May 2014: Nick Herbert, a former police minister, said he was quoting officer who insulted home secretary on BBC's Daily Politics


Australia 14hr 3min ago

Chris Kenny refuses to withdraw his defamation case over ABC skit

22 May 2014: News Corp columnist will pursue appeal despite broadcaster's offer to settle, pay costs and apologise again

Media Briefing 14hr 28min ago

Today's media stories from the papers

22 May 2014: Our roundup of the day's media stories, including Guardian journalists win Orwell prize and DMGT confirms Zoopla float

Pakistan 16hr 17min ago

Pakistan's Geo News becomes latest target in blasphemy accusation trend

22 May 2014: Widespread calls for popular TV channel to be shut down after using Sufi song on broadcast of mock celebrity wedding

Northern Ireland 1 day ago

Loyalist granted bail to appear on Jeremy Kyle Show

21 May 2014: Defendant, 22, facing several charges, is to take lie-detector test on ITV over something else

Northern Irish politics 1 day ago

NBC News launches legal bid to obtain Boston College interview tapes

21 May 2014: Family of Jean McConville welcome legal bid arguing that release of testimonies from ex-paramilitaries is in public interest

Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival 1 day ago

Channel 4's David Abraham to deliver MacTaggart lecture

21 May 2014: Chief executive to use Edinburgh TV festival speech to set out his vision of how C4 will keep its cultural impact in digital world. By John Plunkett

Ukraine 1 day ago

British journalist Graham Phillips released by Ukraine forces

21 May 2014: Blogger working as freelance for Russia Today TV station tweets that he is 'free and fine' following detention on Tuesday


Media Monkey 1 day ago

Newsnight gets in a tangle over tyrants with Jeremy Paxman transcript

21 May 2014: Media Monkey: The text of the presenter's interview with Silvio Berlusconi contained a bit of a howler

Jeremy Paxman 1 day ago

Jeremy Paxman stuns Silvio Berlusconi with Angela Merkel insult allegation

21 May 2014: Former Italian leader defends his relationship with German chancellor on Newsnight and says scandal claims are lies

ITV channel 1 day ago

Broadchurch series two: Marianne Jean-Baptiste to join cast

21 May 2014: Without a Trace and Secrets and Lies star to appear with Olivia Colman, David Tennant and Charlotte Rampling in ITV drama. By Tara Conlan


Netflix 1 day ago

Netflix to launch in six more European countries

21 May 2014: TV and film-streaming company plans expansion as operations outside key US market make loss of $35m in first quarter. By Mark Sweney


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BBC editor taken off election coverage after branding Ukip racist and sexist


Jasmine Lawrence quits Twitter as BBC launches investigation into tweet posted the day before local and European elections. By Tara Conlan

BBC stars could be rated 1 to 5 in appraisal plan


BBC appraisals

Managers sent an email suggesting how many people should be on each band – before they have even held interviews. By Tara Conlan


Coren attacks papers for criticising opera star


Tara Erraught

TV presenter says she was astonished by personal remarks about Tara Erraught in Telegraph, Times and Financial Times. By John Reynolds


BBC replaces John Inverdale with Clare Balding as 5 Live Wimbledon presenter


John Inverdale

Corporation attempts to distance move from row over his Marion Bartoli gaffe and says he will continue to front BBC2 highlights. By Mark Sweney


Inverdale 'horror' at criticising Bartoli's looks

Richard Desmond's digital drive pays off

Digital ABCs: Express website records 17% rise in traffic as other national newspapers report significant drops. By Mark Sweney

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BBC allowed to continue as YouView partner



BBC Trust said reliance on BT and TalkTalk to be reduced but that it still complied with terms agreed four years ago. By Mark Sweney

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Vivendi to sell half stake in Call of Duty maker


Call of Duty

Decision to sell $850m shares in Activision Blizzard group will help pay down debt. By Mark Sweney


Two Guardian journalists win Orwell prize


Jonathan Freedland

Foreign correspondent Ghaith Abdul-Ahad praised for work on Syria while Jonathan Freedland awarded special prize for 'lucidity and elegance' of his writing. By Martin Williams

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Jason Stone: Watch the Celebrity Juice star try to revive the alcopop's fizz and James McAvoy, Jimmy Carr and more in a Channel 4 promo


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Mail Online's soaring revenues offset publisher's print ad decline

Spotify paying subscribers reach 10m

Sun executives to meet transgender group after Kate Stone furore

Rebekah Brooks subjected to a 'witch-hunt'

'BBC should learn lessons from Buzzfeed'

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Jeremy Paxman's ultimate questions


Naomi McAuliffe: He stunned the unstunnable Silvio Berlusconi. Clearly, nothing is now off limits for Newsnight's demob-happy grand inquisitor


Why the rich and powerful can't stand public broadcasters


Antony Loewenstein: Public broadcasting is under attack for elitism and bias in the UK, US and Australia. But the critics' real agenda is clear: the expansion of corporate influence into our most trusted media


Our children really are facing a mental health crisis


Madeleine Bunting: It may not be due to excessive web use, as is claimed, but for too many youngsters the home has lost its role as a place of protection


Of course Ed Miliband doesn't know his grocery bill: who on a decent income does?


Alex Andreou: Britain's gripped by a hunger epidemic, malnutrition is back – but what bothers rightwing media is whether Miliband is a value shopper


What do you call a tough female boss? (Answer: boss)


Hadley Freeman: Women at the top face a double bind: be tough and get called bitchy or be soft and accused of being weak


Latest Media Monkey


Porridge remake? Naff orf, says Christopher Biggins | Media Monkey


21 May 2014, 4:39 EDT: Media Monkey: The TV lag thinks telly bosses should leave classic sitcoms alone and think for themselves

BBC's Lord Patten leaves Eddie Mair lost for words | Media Monkey

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Twitter users have the final word | Media Monkey

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