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  • BHA: Journalism, Churnalism and Media Bias

    ow much journalism is churnalism - the uncritical regurgitation of press releases? To what extent can we trust what we read in the press about medical and other scientific discoveries and breakthroughs? How impartial is mainstream media coverage of key political and economic issues? And just how much of tabloid news is just, well, made up?

  • The IET launches open access engineering megajournal

    10 July 2012: The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is to become the first engineering, not-for-profit publisher to adopt an open access model with the launch of a comprehensive, online-only open access journal. Open access options will also be added to its existing 26 journals. This is part of the IET’s continuing mission to make essential engineering intelligence available to the worldwide engineering community, benefitting researchers who contribute to or use this content.

  • The IET finalises global editorial board for The Journal of Engineering and reveals article processing charge for all open-access publishing options

    12 February 2013 – The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has today revealed further details of its open access offering, announcing the recruitment of eight section editors to take editorial responsibility for The Journal of Engineering, its open access journal, which is set to start publishing in Q2 2013. The IET has also disclosed the Article Processing Charges (APCs) which will be paid by those publishing articles, along with its waiver policy.

  • RSPCA makes formal complaint to PCC over Daily Telegraph articles

    The RSPCA has started the formal process of making a complaint against the Daily Telegraph newspaper to the Press Complaints Commission after it failed to print an apology or offer a right to reply after printing a series of potentially defamatory articles.

  • Jane Fae: "The press, today, are playing a dangerous game: a very dangerous game indeed."

    Comment: How the press hounded Lucy Meadows

    Emails reveal the true extent to which Lucy Meadows was hounded by the press. Like the recovered addict, they are well-behaved only so long as the spotlight is on their behaviour.

  • Another thrilling Budget

    The Week in Review: Budget boredom and press regulation disaster

    After weeks of preparation this week's Budget looks like being a success - even if its contents are largely inconsequential. After a 2am deal, this week's press regulation deal looks like being a disaster - and really matters for the printed press, bloggers and, of course, Politics.co.uk.

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