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Media Studies: His difficulty will lie in persuading a suitable journalist tojoin a ship that could capsize in a year or two

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Stephen Glover: BBC independence was a mirage

Media Studies: The BBC World Service receives &#163;272m a year from the Foreign Office, but will now be funded by the BBC

Stephen Glover: For once, Ken Loach is absolutely right

Media Studies: In his previous jobs Danny Cohen has been responsible for some spectacularly tacky programmes

Stephen Glover: Who are the Tories' friends in the press?

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Stephen Glover: The Guardian can't go on like this

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Stephen Glover: Should Murdoch be granted all of BSkyB?

Media Studies: I can't see a commercial case for blocking this deal, but I can, paradoxically, see a political one

Stephen Glover: A prissy judgement by the PCC

Media Studies: Relatively minor lapses of taste do not justify censuring and censoring a columnist
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