Monthly Archives: March 2009

Reporting live from the court press bench

Florida’s Palm Beach Post is giddy with happiness at the moment, because a judge has ruled journalists can report court cases in real-time.In a breakthrough which, I suspect, no other media source in Florida will acknowledge the Post’s role in … Continue reading

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The hidden cost of subscription -only content?

I’m back in the UK and blogging after two weeks of fresh air and exercise on the snowy slopes of Sun Peaks in British Columbia. And while the dearth of internet options up a mountain was a bit of a … Continue reading

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