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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.

The taskforce will build on the work of the Cairncross Review, which…

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…