Wednesday 17 March
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17 March 2021
We unpack what’s at stake in a general election in the Netherlands and discuss the merits of paying journalists based on the popularity of their articles. Plus: why Hollywood should come to Broadway’s aid.
17 March 2021
It’s not a new concept in journalism – for some time now writers and correspondents have been paid per click. But the announcement that one of the UK’s biggest broadsheet newspapers, ‘The Daily Telegraph’, is adopting a similar model has raised serious questions. We unpack the move with James Rodgers, a Reader in International Journalism at London’s City University.
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