News flash (December 2009)

Le Monde: Les agences de presse, plus indispensables que jamais. [read]

2009-12-29 21:39:32

 

Le Monde: Plainte en diffamation ou intimidation? [read]

2009-12-26 01:49:51

 

Le Monde: Ne défigurons pas l'hôtel Lambert! [read]

2009-12-26 01:48:32

 

Le Temps: Une loi fédérale sur la culture pour coordonner l'effort de tous. [read]

2009-12-23 22:17:33

 

 

Citadel Broadcasting Corporation filed for bankruptcy. [read]

2009-12-21 01:51:29

 

The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit approved, on an experimental basis, the limited use of cameras in federal district courts in civil matters. [read]

2009-12-20 14:14:35

 

Libération: L'AFP n'est pas portée ONU – Dimanche à Copenhague, l'agence a recueilli les propos du sosie de Ban Ki-moon, un inconnu. [read]

2009-12-19 16:05:12

 

The Art Newspaper: Prince of Liechtenstein cancels Royal Academy show over impounded Coello masterpiece. [read]

2009-12-16 22:11:32

 

The New York Times: Legal battles over e-book rights to older books. [read]

2009-12-13 13:32:44

 

A working group, created under the auspices of the Department of Culture and Communication, will study new ways to finance the Agence France-Presse and its governance. [read]

2009-12-12 11:55:50

 

Le Figaro: La Tribune devient tabloïd et cesse sa parution le samedi. [read]

2009-12-11 18:04:33

 

Le Figaro: Faut-il négocier avec Google? [read]

2009-12-10 14:04:56

 

The Art Newspaper: Prince of Liechtenstein threatens major Royal Academy show – If one of his works is not released by the UK authorities, an exhibition drawn from his collection will be pulled. [read]

2009-12-08 18:13:50

 

Google and Unesco announce alliance to provide virtual visits of several World Heritage sites. [read]

2009-12-04 17:26:37

 

Comcast, the United States' largest cable operator, secures control of NBC Universal. [read]

2009-12-04 12:29:53

 

Le Temps: La culture, enfin objet d'enjeux politiques. [read]

2009-12-03 17:29:17

 

Christine Albanel heads a mission on publishing and the digital economy. [read]

2009-12-02 10:18:57

 

Commerce will cease publishing, according to a Radio-Canada report. [read]

2009-12-02 09:59:14