News flash (February 2010)

The Times: BBC caps sports and ditches imported hits in shake-up. [read]

2010-02-26 23:35:45


Google (official blog): Serious threat to the web in Italy. [read]

2010-02-25 12:19:59


Libération: France Télévisions dans l'illégalité. [read]

2010-02-25 12:13:14


The New York Times: Terrorism and free speech. [read]

2010-02-23 10:32:56


Le Monde: Le rayonnement culturel de la France souffre du manque de stratégie et de moyens. [read]

2010-02-21 12:59:00


Agence France-Presse: France Télévisions et sa régie publicitaire déboutés contre Mediapart. [read]

2010-02-21 12:57:07


Le Devoir: Comment les médias régionaux négocient-ils avec la crise? [read]

2010-02-20 17:11:02


The Art Newspaper: Key document on Codex Sinaiticus discovered – British Library's case for ownership strengthened by an agreement signed by the Archbishop of Sinai and a Tsarist official in 1869. [read]

2010-02-18 21:42:36


Le Temps: Menace sur la collection Polaroid. [read]

2010-02-16 10:14:35


Shaw Communications takes the effective control of Canwest Global Communications. [read]

2010-02-13 18:26:43


Le Figaro: Zone payante du «Il faut savoir anticiper». [read]

2010-02-12 10:11:43


Huit journalistes en colère, an interesting documentary to watch on Arte's website.

2010-02-09 23:26:29


The New York Times: Publishers win a bout in e-Book price fight. [read]

2010-02-09 16:46:36


Basler Zeitung Medien Group is sold to private investors. [read]

2010-02-08 09:45:39


The Washington Post: Google to enlist NSA to help it ward off cyberattacks. [read]

2010-02-05 10:44:18


The Department of Justice filed a new statement of interest with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York in the class action settlement in Authors Guild Inc. c. Google Inc. [read]

2010-02-05 10:38:10


Alberto Giacometti's L'homme qui marche I was sold for £ 65,001,250 at Sotheby's in London. [read]

2010-02-04 16:47:13


The New York Times: CBS News lays off dozens in new round of staff cuts. [read]

2010-02-04 12:27:55


Magnum photo collection, acquired by MSD Capital, will reside at the University of Texas at Austin's Harry Ransom Center. [read]

2010-02-03 12:16:31