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The Guardian‘s tabloid moment: Davies defends Dowler stories

Nick Davies defends The Guardian’s role in News of the World’s demise amid the phone hacking scandal.

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Media briefs: Part of doing business … RA cuts … bleak futures …

How Fairfax benefits from prostitution, and other media tidbits of the day.

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Media briefs: Switzer leaves Speccie Oz … fact-checking Davies … FT sales buried …

The Spectator Australia’s founding editor is stepping down. And other media tidbits of the day.

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The waters of Data Pool 3 may yet swallow Rupert himself

The scandal that continues to swell around Rupert Murdoch’s media empire in the United Kingdom features all the trappings of a flood that keeps breaking through hastily built barriers to wreak new inundations, writes David Ritter from London.

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An unusual twist in the NotW phone-hacking tale

The Leveson inquiry into the UK print media has taken an unusual turn.

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McMullan testimony a toxic mix of nihilism, self-righteousness and victimhood

Paul McMullan’s appearance before the Leveson inquiry was stomach turning testimony, but it was the best insight yet into what went so badly wrong at the heart of News International culture.

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What drives Guardianistas so crazy about matters Assange?

So you thought the WikiLeaks saga couldn’t get any stranger, more convoluted or more ridiculous in juxtaposing stories of world import with petty absurdity? Think again.

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The story behind the Afghan War Diary story

For the first time, WikiLeaks actually leaked its Afghan War Diary to major news sources — The Guardian, NY Times etc — in advance, so as to maximise media coverage. CJR explains how the deal was done.

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