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Jun 14, 2016

The Guardian | UK | Media | Media Briefing - June 14, 2016: Today's Media Stories From The Papers

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ITN strikes £35m-plus deal to make Channel 5 news until 2020
Contract to make Channel 5’s news output, in the past handled by Sky, is one of a handful critical for ITN to hang on to

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Sadiq Khan moves to ban body shaming ads from London transport
The London mayor wants to stop running ads which promote unrealistic body expectations and demean women

Today’s headlines

The Guardian
Microsoft pays $26.2bn in cash for LinkedIn. P3
Viewing figures for Top Gear fall to 13-year low. P12
Mayor moves to block body shaming adverts. P12
Obituary: newspaper editor Bernard Shrimsley. P35
Daily Telegraph
Chris Evans could become back seat driver on Top Gear. P3
Mayor moves to block body shaming adverts. P12
Microsoft pays $26.2bn in cash for LinkedIn. Business P1
The Times
Owen Jones storms off Sky News show. P7
More viewers switch off new Top Gear. P11
Mayor moves to block body shaming adverts. P23
Microsoft pays $26.2bn in cash for LinkedIn. P39-41
Stella McCartney and the Royal College of Art are in discussions to move into the BBC’s former Media Village in White City. P47
Robert Crampton: Who wants realistic adverts? Times 2 P2
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Microsoft pays $26.2bn in cash for LinkedIn. P9
Freemasons set to reveal secrets in Sky documentary. P17
John Whittingdale criticised over plan to axe BBC daytime favourites. P19

Daily Mail
Viewing figures for Top Gear fall again. P4
BBC adaptation of Swallows and Amazons spiced up with two Russian agents. P15
Mayor moves to block body shaming adverts. P21
Microsoft pays $26.2bn in cash for LinkedIn. P25,64
Daily Express
More viewers switch off new Top Gear. P11
The Sun
The Sun backs Brexit. P1
Apple revamps music streaming service. P9
Mayor moves to block body shaming adverts. P23
The X Factor coverage. P31
Paul Hollywood, Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman lookalikes in BBC3’s Murder In Successville. P31
Gary Lineker faces leaking Euro 2016 set. P31
Daily Mirror
John Whittingdale criticised over plan to axe BBC daytime favourites. P3
The X Factor coverage. P3
Everyone’s switching off Top Gear... even Chris Evans’ ex-wife. P21
Daily Star
Record complaints over Big Brother sex scene. P1,11
More viewers switch off new Top Gear. P3

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