Guardian :: Founder of the Week, on why the magazine has become more relevant, why it hasn’t changed in 20 years – and his saviour Felix Dennis.
The Globe and Mail :: Reporting that serves the public, such as The Globe’s National Newspaper Award-winning project on thalidomide, really needs no other reward.
Telegraph.co.uk :: It’s born out of a slow-burn understanding that for all its bells and whistles, TV doesn’t just demand authenticity in return for success from presenters, it also offers a chance to show our journalism in its truest form.
Guardian :: Fifa, phone hacking … there will always be truths that need telling, and journalists, imperfect breed that they are, are our best hope for seeing them told.
Guardian :: In his 20 years the Guardian, under Alan Rusbridger, has made the most of the opportunities a digital world offers. That’s an achievement worth celebrating.
Guardian :: Somewhere between free-access sites and walled gardens, there is an alternative: pay-per-view articles on the web may be making a comeback. Up, with a rush, go more paywalls around newspaper web sites.
Recode :: Google advances on its goal to take its Web dominance to mobile.