28 Jan '11, 11pm

Corrupt journalism's chickens come home to roost: by Paul Gilfeather The tabloid newspaper business in Britain i...

The tabloid newspaper business in Britain is a very dirty business indeed. If you needed evidence of the lengths to which journalists will go to get stories, you only have to look at the on-going phone hacking scandal. Central to the case are the activities of journalists at the Rupert Murdoch-owned News of the World - the biggest selling newspaper on the planet. I worked there for two pretty miserable years in the late 1990s during which I was either risking my brain matter "exposing" adulterous celebrities - or my life infiltrating criminal gangs. The pressure from the top to deliver was ferocious, which led to some journalists playing pretty fast and loose with the rules governing standards and practices. Two rival news departments were pitted against each other week in, week out, and reporters were in competition with each other as much as with staff from rival newspap...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Commentary/EDC110129-0000169/C...

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[TR] Singapore Cracks down on Online Journalism

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