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Jon Snow has been deposited on a slightly tatty sofa to talk about media in the developing world. The relentlessly charming journalist, whose bright pink socks show a smudge of bicycle chain oil, is less inclined to be reflective, however not, at
ITV produces shows including ITV's News at Ten, fronted by Mark Austin. Photograph: ITN ITN's pre-tax profits rose £5m to £6.6m in 2013, in what chief operating officer John Hardie called "a year of significant achievement". The news and multimedia
Weather from Weather Underground PBS NewsHour examines how development will impact Myanmar's architectural and archeological heritage in the first of a new series: Culture at Risk PBS Monday 14th April, 2014 For years, the people of Myanmar were cut
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Channel 4 News wins journalism honour Krishnan Guru-Murthy (l) and Jon Snow (second left) failed to win presenting honours for Channel 4 News Channel 4 News has been named daily news programme of the year at the Royal Television Society (RTS) Awards.
Search National Beginning in February 2014, MacNeil/Lehrer Productions (producer of the PBS NewsHour) and Al-Monitor.com will begin producing web video specials on the Middle East. The first, PBS NewsHour/Al-Monitor Trendlines, dealing with "Syria
The Royal Television Society will stage its Television Journalism Awards next week and there is a tension around this year's event. ITV News is seen as front-runner in the contest with its controversial coverage of the Woolwich murder of Lee Rigby.
Less than a week after Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito were found guilty of the 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher for a second time, a teaser trailer for a new production was creating buzz at the European Film Market in Berlin. The 32-second clip,
The comedy film Anchorman spawned an unexpected sequel when presenters at Channel 4 News hit back at Adam Boulton, the Sky News Political Editor, after he described his rivals as muppets. Boulton is standing down from his Westminster role to front a
27 January 2014 28 shares 96 View comments Viewers are used to Jon Snow's sober presence on the nightly news. But they might be shocked if they knew what was going through his mind. The veteran Channel 4 host has confessed he thinks of sex every time