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Shaw E (2014) It's a sad day when three limp flags are top of the news agenda, The Conversation, 21.11.2014.
First paragraph: Robert Peston, business editor at BBC news recently declared that his employer is “completely obsessed” by the agenda set by newspapers. The broadcaster, he argued, is constantly taking the content of the Daily Mail and the Daily Telegraph in particular as an indication of what it should be covering. These papers decide what is newsworthy and which issues warrant inclusion into a tight news schedule.
|Publication date online||21/11/2014|
|Publisher||The Conversation Trust|
|Place of publication||London|