Reforming the media after the phone hacking scandal: a Red Pepper roundtable

By Media Reform Coalition / Tuesday November 15, 2011 Read More
If powerful interests are to be prevented from closing down the movement for wholesale reform of the media in the wake of the News International phone hacking scandal, there needs to be an equally powerful popular campaign to examine questions of ownership, accountability, ethics and the public interest. This was the theme of exchanges at a Red Pepper roundtable with participants from the Co-ordinating Committee for Media Reform.