Search This Blog

Search Tool

Asian Markets at Close Report

European Markets at Close Report

Jun 20, 2016

The Guardian | UK | Media | Media Briefing: Today's Media Stories From the Papers -June 20, 2016

Top story on MediaGuardian

Channel 4 News barred from ‘oversubscribed’ Brexit rally
Broadcaster Michael Crick was refused admission to the sparsely attended event at which Michael Gove and Boris Johnson spoke

More on MediaGuardian

Attitude editor: ‘Some in the media are uncomfortable about homophobia’
Matthew Todd on putting Prince William on the cover, the reaction to Orlando and the challenges for a new LGBT generation

Today’s headlines

The GuardianAttitude editor: ‘Some in the media are uncomfortable about homophobia’. P26
Will Cannes Lions go hunting the elephants in the room? P27
Daily Telegraph
UKTV doubles content supply to Virgin Media. Business P3
Financial Times
J Walter Thompson boss calls on ad industry to look beyond top university graduates for talent. P1
Newspapers consider joint advertising sales unit. P15
JWT’s first female head calls time on ‘Mad Men’ era. P17
Fleet Street rivals join forces to combat slowdown. P19
Kate Burgess: Time Out shows it still has a countercultural sense of timing. P19
The Times
Hackers teach Twitter boss a security lesson. P5
Far-right groups ‘are inciting hate on social media’. P7
iDog’s death to air on Crimewatch. P2
Second singer who appeared on Mexican The Voice murdered. P2
Microsoft avoided paying £100m a year in HMRC deal. P19
Stan Collymore and citizen journalists give us a truer picture of Euro 2016. P41
PR and advertising: festival on Riviera that celebrates social worth. P41
Wall Street Journal
Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer stumbles after investor truce. A1,6
Vivendi raises its stake in Ubisoft. B3
Daily Mail
War of words over Nigel Farage’s Brexit poster. P12
David Cameron uses Twitter to highlight Jo Cox’s final defence of Remain. P12
Miss Great Britain quits ITV’s Love Island after being stripped of title. P13
Daily ExpressPM heckled and mocked in heated TV debate. P5
The SunMorrissey hits out at Buzzcocks after song is used in TV ad. P3
Microsoft in £100m tax duck. P13
Second star of Mexico’s version of The Voice killed. P18
Dermot O’Leary’s The Getaway Car to be scrapped. P37
BBC to remake The Witness for the Prosecution. P37
Daily MirrorFar-right tweets linked to the murder of Jo Cox are being probed by police. P5
Crimewatch joins hunt for killers of vulnerable OAP. P24
Second star of Mexico’s The Voice killed. P28
Daily StarTim Peake to get a flurry of TV offers following new-found fame. P3
Second contestant of The Voice Mexico gunned down. P6
BBC to produce two-part version of The Witness for the Prosecution. P22

Go to MediaGuardian