Raymond is a highly regarded writer and media consultant. He has written columns for The Independent and was media editor of The Times for seven years. Before moving to The Times he was a reporter on the FT for 19 years, covering media and communication issues. His television credits include eight years as the BBC’s NewsWatch presenter.
Broadcasters should have the guts to go ahead with leaders' debates and place an empty chair for Theresa May, writes Raymond Snoddy as he predicts how the wider media will handle the run-up to the general election.
It would be in everyone’s interests if 2017 turns out to be the year when the multi-billion pound social networks genuinely tackle everything from hate news, fake news and dodgy digital advertising, writes Raymond Snoddy.
The good news for anti-Murdoch campaigners is they’ve got their independent inquiry. The slightly less good news is that it is very likely that Ofcom will fail to find sufficient grounds to block the deal.
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