Key Recommendations PCC scrapped and replaced by new regulatory body, backed by legislation Arbitration system established for victims of press intrusion Whistle blowing hotline set up for journalists
It is a press law by the back door and one that pays scant attention to the revolutionary changes in the media landscape. This is increasingly dominated by digital innovators and social media. Lionel Barber, Editor, Financial Times
It is a side show and what publishers really care about is the decline of print newspapers, because that is whats going to shape the future of newspapers. Graham Shear, Partner, Berwin Leighton Paisner
This is not a document for the future; it is a document for the past. Jane Wilson, CEO, CIPR
Discussion What are your own experiences of working with the media? What trends have you noticed in the way journalists work or report on stories? How much importance does your organisation put on social media? Against this changing media landscape, what can we do to ensure sexual health stories are told most effectively?