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Jun 17, 2016

The Guardian | UK | Media | Media Briefing - June 17, 2016: Today's Media Stories From the Papers.


Top story on MediaGuardian

BBC World Service languages boss and diversity champion quits
Hundreds of staff meet to discuss departure of Liliane Landor, who promoted the role of women at the corporation over 26 years

More on MediaGuardian

The Lad Bible hires Weber Shandwick’s digital chief ahead of Cannes ad push
Adam Clyne, who joins as chief operating officer, will handle the day-to-day running of the youth media company

Today’s headlines

The Guardian
BBC’s Wimbledon coverage faulted by trustees. P19
Guardian wins hat-trick at One World awards. P21
Daily Telegraph
BBC urged to give greater screen time to women’s tennis. P7
Gillian Reynolds: I dread what the BBC is planning for radio. P28
Apple’s big juggling act: guarding your privacy while keeping its edge. Business P2
Financial Times
Disney opens Shanghai park. P15,17
Facebook offers brands new ways to access its data for market research. P18
Pearson targets online teaching to reverse slowdown. P21
The TimesBBC’s Wimbledon coverage faulted by trustees. P26
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Twitter invests $70m in SoundCloud. P50
Wall Street JournalDisney opens Shanghai park. B1
Apple hones approach to user data. B3
Daily Mail
BBC defends coverage of Cliff Richard raid amid speculation he may sue corporation. P10
BBC urged to give greater screen time to women’s tennis. P23
Bryony Gordon’s mother on her daughter’s mental health issues. P32-33
Matthew Freud gives McCanns’ adviser Clarence Mitchell a job. P44
I wouldn’t fit in with News at Ten now, says Trevor McDonald. P44
Summer TV highlights. P46-47
Daily Express
Jeremy Clarkson backs Remain as David Cameron visits his production company. P25
The Sun
Clif Richard criticises BBC for filming home raid. P10
Love Island coverage. P17
Trevor McDonald criticises BBC for advertising traineeships as for people from ethic minorities only. P19
Mel B to return to X Factor judging panel. P49
Daily Mirror
ITV to ‘rest’ entertainment shows including Surprise Surprise and Family Fortunes. P21
Daily StarJeremy Clarkson backs Remain as David Cameron visits his production company. P2
Big Brother coverage. P22-23

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