As a lifelong reader of the Times, I was interested in how the Times was evolving in the face of the rising influence of the Internet and the changing business model in which advertisers were taking less space if any in the print paper.
The place for digital developers is in the newsroom goes the tune on the latest advances in the newspaper world since industry movers and shakers must cater to consumers' multiple senses across various platforms.
The more debate about the rights and wrongs of publishing the images, the better for Closer, and the more palatable the inevitable fine will feel. A nice juicy Royal court case will only bring the magazine back into the public spotlight.
The person who took the photos of Prince Harry and sold them is in the freelance photography marketplace and was richly rewarded for the snapshots. Ignoring the reality that 'everyone is a reporter' in the digital media era is attempting to put the genie back in the bottle.
On his own time and largely his own dime, Gavin Sheridan has been using Freedom of Information requests to accumulate, digitize and disseminate a database of -- until now -- hidden Irish government information.