We’ve pressed the send button, and this week’s Press Gazette is on its way to an industrial estate in St Albans. Here are some of the highlights:
Special report: Photographers under pressure
It’s a tough time to be a snapper. A leading lawyer warns that police surveillance of photographers smacks of Stasi-style harassment. We reveal the picture agency that has amassed £500k in debts. And we look at the new payment system for online pics that risks “turning photography into a commodity”.
Terror notes grab hearing: Freelance journalist Shiv Malik has claimed a victory in his fight with Manchester Police. We look at what this means for other journalists facing similar Terrorism Act orders.
BBC Sport bosses explain why they are sending 437 London staff to Beijing to cover the Olympics.
Two years on, we find out how Time Out and the Big Issue have held their ground and survived the London free newspaper war.
Daily Mirror associate editor Matt Kelly talks us through the paper’s radical redesign, as the tabloid attempts to recover from a 40-year “identity crisis”.
Fed up of the newsroom? Sunday Telegraph chief foreign correspondent Colin Freeman shows how to set up your own one-man foreign bureau.
And all the regular favourites: Axegrinder, Grey Cardigan, two pages of essential tips in The Knowledge, and more news and analysis from the world of journalism.
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