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Latest update : 2012-12-06

'New York Post' photo sparks ethics debate

A front page photo of a man about to be hit by a subway has sparked a media ethics debate. Could the photographer have intervened? Should the New York Post have published it? Also, an Australian radio prank on the hospital where Kate Middleton is staying, plus a French TV channel gets the story wrong on who the father of the unborn royal baby is!

By James CREEDON

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2014-10-01 Ebola

US media reacts to Ebola scare

The first case of Ebola has been confirmed in the United States - we take a look at how the US media has been reacting. Also, far-right leader Marine Le Pen may be attempting to...

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2014-09-29 media

On the frontline of horror: Editing images from war zones

The AFP's "Making-Of" news blog details the gruesome task for picture and video editors of sifting through material sent from war zones. Later, we look at a story from Australia...

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2014-09-29 China

China censors Hong Kong protests on social media

We take a look at censorship of Hong Kong protests in mainland Chinese media and how users are getting around it. Also, Valérie Trierweiler visits a market and it becomes a media...

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2014-09-26 media

French Muslims say #NotInMyName

French Muslims gathered across the country today to condemn the beheading of Hervé Gourdel by Islamic extremists. Also, a new social network that could challenge Facebook's...

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2014-09-25 Nicolas Sarkozy

French Muslims condemn hostage beheading

French Muslim associations have strongly condemned the beheading of Hervé Gourdel by a jihadist group in Algeria. Also, Nicolas Sarkozy holds his first political rally amidst...

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