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IMPRESS welcomes two new members to the Code Committee

IMPRESS has appointed two new members to its Code Committee: a group of experts who are responsible for advising the Board on the IMPRESS Standards Code and its…

IMPRESS launches Independent Publishers Taskforce

IMPRESS is convening a taskforce of independent news publishers to help strengthen public interest journalism in the UK.

[UPDATE: In November 2019, as a result of the work done, the…

IMPRESS launches its first student partnership with The Glasgow Sloth

We are pleased to announce our first student partnership with The Glasgow Sloth, a ‘slow journalism’ online publication launched in February 2019 by students at the University of Strathclyde.…

Guest blog | Source analysis and the evolution of the internet

By Daniel Skyle.

The internet has brought huge gifts for us: knowledge, tools, cat GIFs, and an increasingly connected world. It has also turned out to have negative side-effects: it's…

Jonathan Heawood on the LSE Media Policy Project Blog: What do we talk about when we talk about internet regulation?

This article was originally published on the LSE Media Policy Project Blog on 5 April 2019.

 

A White Paper on Online…