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Almost four years after The Times blocked free access to most of its website with a paywall, 70 per cent of the public would “not consider” paying for digital news content, according to YouGov research commissioned by the London Press Club.

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The media column: You can no longer protect your source like you used to

Ian Burrell: A tale of two Jon Snows

News that Jon Snow had become trapped in a lift created a flurry of interest online last week, only for some disappointed social media users to discover that the stranded victim was the silver-haired bicyclist from Channel 4 News.

Ian Burrell: No breakfast for Kevin Maguire

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Ian Burrell: Who said print was dead? Newsweek is back

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Ian Burrell: The natural home for film? Radio 5 Live’s 'Kermode & Mayo'

How could something as visual as film end up being most effectively championed by a show that primarily exists in audio, let alone one that goes out on a Friday lunchtime?

Ian Burrell: The DIY future for TV journalists

Television journalists got an insight into their futures with the resourcefulness of Joe Tidy of Sky News after his camera became water-damaged in the floods last month.

Smart science: the first issue of 'Mosaic' features an investigation into dangerous new strains of malaria in Cambodia

Ian Burrell: In-depth science goes digital, but it’s still for the ‘average intelligent lay person’

The media column: Mosaic's launch on Tuesday shows there is space for science coverage

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Ian Burrell: BBC news-fixing probe not over yet

Nearly three years ago, I investigated a television news-fixing scandal that led to the BBC making a global apology to viewers. It had screened documentaries made by a London TV company that was earning millions of pounds from clients featured in the programming.

Ian Burrell: What can today’s journalists learn from the titans of 20th-century Fleet Street?

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