The Reading Room

Opinions, observations and discoveries from the Apollo team

There’s life in the old broadsheets yet!

Sky News faces an uncertain future in Disney deal

What in the name of God is the BBC thinking?

Digital – friend or foe?

Warning for social media companies

A splutter at Twitter as ad revenues fall away


Vice on View

Al Jazeera USA to end hits a million subscribers

Free NME

Newsweek – the second act

Election Gives Papers a lift

Paywalls paying dividends

Is Blendle the iTunes of news?

Yomiuri Shimbun

FT: Future Tense

Buzzfeed is game for news


Fast Company

Revival show

The irresistible rise of Indian newspapers


Guardian Australia breaks new visual ground

Hacking is here to stay

The dragon takes a bite out of Apple

Essex gets an unlikely new PR man

Can Germany’s newspaper empire strike back?

Fox cull

Beppe Grillo’s Blog

New Scientist

Time Out goes free


Olympics unearths media goldmine

Slate Political Gabfest Podcast

The Atlantic Monthly

How forums are changing the world

India Today

Independent’s new cheaper sibling

The Daily Beast

This Sun won’t set world on fire

Where have all the bloggers gone?

National Geographic

#egypt and #tigerblood


MacTaggart Lecture: Eric Schmidt

Smartphones help London burn

Hacking Hackers Hacked

Can Google+ end Facebook?

Guardian coffers run dry

Murdoch shows fear of Google

ITN News fights back

Economist bucks media trend


Advertising spend up again

Turning to the dark side

Philanthropy goes digital

Dying for the truth

Pusillanimous Palin

Public accept BBC cuts

FT Weekend Magazine

Talking papers

Free newspapers fight back

Christopher Hitchens scribbles about cancer

Tweet heat

Andrew Marr joins the digital revolution

Guardian Politics Podcast

Rolling Stone has still got its mojo

French press join football team in losing the plot

KCRW Left, Right and Center Podcast



Guardian Online

Digital apartheid

China Environmental Law

How students consume news

The old left right split

Thinking aloud

Silly games

Magazines in an age of the free

The BBC and climate denial


Wake Up to Money

Does the Earth revolve around the sun?

Michael Jackson

American magazines

Newspapers no longer control the marketplace

Is there a future for the Observer ?

The audience for news is growing


The Huffington Post

FT Alphaville