As the last BBC News staff leave TV Centre, the open-plan nature of New Broadcasting House brings it own headaches.
Tara Conlan @ MediaGuardian - Radio - on 15/3/13
Punctuation pedants across the land are in uproar at the news that a Devon council is to “ban” the apostrophe from street names. As a trainee punctuation pedant myself, I share their horror. If you come to one of my blogging courses you’ll find me truly boring on the subject of improving spelling, grammar and punctuation, despite having littered my websites with thousands of poor examples over the years.
Martin Belam @ currybetdotnet - on 15/3/13
Gibbons is last of BBC News executives who were key players in Jimmy Savile and Lord McAlpine affairs to be given new role.
John Plunkett @ MediaGuardian - Television - on 12/3/13
Editor of Radio 4's Today to be BBC News head of programmes, in charge of shows including Today, Newsnight and Panorama.
Jason Deans @ MediaGuardian - Radio - on 11/3/13
✒In his evidence to the Pollard inquiry on the corporation's handling of the Savile scandal, Jeremy Paxman thundered that the BBC news empire had been "taken over by radio. . . Helen Boaden, a radio person, Steve Mitchell, radio person. Peter Rippon was a radio person. " And so too, of course, is Eddie Mair, brought in to Newsnight by Rippon, and seen by anti-Paxmanians in the rightwing press as lined up to replace the veteran anchor.
MediaGuardian - Television - on 24/2/13
Outgoing director of news thanks her team before she moves over to take over top radio role.
MediaGuardian - Radio - on 14/2/13
Bob Shennan had been favourite to take the post, but director of news is being lined up for role under new DG Lord Hall.
John Plunkett @ MediaGuardian - Television - on 8/2/13
After producing a long list of possible 'problem spaces' we prioritised four areas to explore:.
Adam Tinworth @ One Man And His Blog - on 29/1/13
The NUJ says it is "gravely disappointed" that the Director of Public Prosecutions in Northern Ireland has said there will be no prosecution over the murder of Sunday World journalist Martin O'Hagan (pictured), who was shot dead in Lurgan in 2001.
Jon Slattery @ Jon Slattery - on 25/1/13
News outlets and journalists have taken to a number of different platforms to host live Q&A chats with their community; from Twitter and Google+ Hangouts, to Quora and Reddit, as well as on their own websites using liveblogs or the article comment facility.
Rachel McAthy @ Journalism.co.uk - on 25/1/13
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