Introduction: The power paradox 1: Born free: a brief history of news media 2: Big brother: journalism and the altered state 3: The first casualty: journalists at war 4: Star-struck: journalism as entertainment 5: Up to a point, Lord Copper's: who owns journalists? 6: Hacks v. flacks: journalism and public relations 7: Murder is my meat: the ethics of journalism 8: Digital: after the deluge Further reading Index
Ian Hargreaves has been Professor of Digital Economy at the University of Cardiff since 2010. From 2006-2008 he was Senior Partner at Ofcom and between 2008-2010 he was Director of Strategic Communications for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. He is heavily involved in the global debates surrounding intellectual property and copyright.
`Review from previous edition Hargreaves has written a timely and disturbing account of journalism in peril.' Martin Bell, The Times `Ian Hargreaves is a distinguished journalist and academic with a fine track record of editorial integrity and incisive thought.' Chris Cramer, Director of News, CNN