Greggs opening drive thrus and the perception problem caused by unbundled content

Earlier this week, British Press trade website¬†Press Gazette ran an article suggesting Trinity Mirror was forcing regional newsrooms to write clickbait. Its evidence came in the form of a anonymous tip-off apparently from a journalist who said colleagues were ‘appalled’ at a ‘three-line whip’ to write an article which said Greggs – the bakers –Continue reading “Greggs opening drive thrus and the perception problem caused by unbundled content”

Are journalism bloggers letting the side down?

Although not wishing to prolong Cardiff University research fellow Andy Williams’s moment in the spotlight on the back of his unwarranted attack on Media Wales, there’s a side issue I wanted to look at in a bit more depth. There’s not much point in talking about Williams’s piece on Open Democracy any more. As commentsContinue reading “Are journalism bloggers letting the side down?”