On this week’s Media Mouthwash we give our early reaction to the new Wikileaks release. Hacker collective Anonymous handed over to Assange & co. millions of emails from the private intelligence agency Stratfor. Is this a big deal or is it as the Atlantic suggests, a damp squib?
The Sun on Sunday came out on Sunday and sold 3.2 million copies instantly becoming the top Sunday paper. Was it a return to the barnstorming journalism of the News of the World? Well, no, not exactly.
Daniel tootled off to the Digital Editors’ Network meeting held at Salford Quays and caught up with Sarah Hartley of Guardian Media project n0tice. Keen observers may already know about the hyperlocal noteiceboard website but we find out n0tice’s plans for expansion and what we can expect from the service going forward.