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How the Tory election machine fell apart | Politics | The Guardian
Fiona Hill Nick Timothy Lynton Crosby // Tim Bale, a historian of the party and professor of politics at the University of London, argues that the Tories have gradually stopped presenting voters with an appealing vision of Britain. “In the 80s, they had a good balance of negativity and positivity,” he says. This meant exploiting the flaws of Labour leaders such as Michael Foot and Neil Kinnock while also promising a society of entrepreneurs and mass property ownership, an attractive idea in an era of increasing materialism. Yet at the 1992 election, under Thatcher’s less secure successor, John Major, this started to change. “He didn’t want a negative campaign,” says Bale, “but he was persuaded.” When the Conservatives won the election unexpectedly, victory was attributed by many Tories – and commentators and Labour politicians – to a single crude-but-effective Conservative campaign phrase: “Labour’s Tax Bombshell.”
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june 2017 by asterisk2a
21st Century Fox 'in talks' to buy television station group Tribune Media | Media | The Guardian
Rupert Murdoch / after Sky in UK/EU. now back in action in USA. // The potential bid from Blackstone and Fox comes less than two weeks after the US federal communications commission voted to reverse a 2016 decision that limited the number of television stations some broadcasters can buy.
Rupert  Murdoch  Blackstone  Conglomerate  oligopol  oligopoly  oligarchy  1%  Medialandscape  journalism  journalismus  FoxNews  DailyMail  Daily  Mail  UK  USA 
may 2017 by asterisk2a
How the Guardian’s Ian Tomlinson G20 video changes the media landscape : ShinyRed
An astonishing piece of amateur video obtained by the Guardian shows just how much the world has changed for big media players. The footage shows Ian Tomlinson, the man who died at last week’s G20 protests in London, being struck by a police officer and falling to the ground minutes before suffering a fatal heart attack.
shinyred  iantomlinson  guardian  medialandscape  video  news  G20 
april 2009 by litmanlive
Italian bill limits use of wiretaps
Silvio Berlusconi’s cabinet approved a bill yesterday to restrict wiretaps conducted during criminal investigations in Italy and impose jail sentences on journalists who publish leaked extracts.
homepage  media  Berlusconi  Italy  Italian  medialandscape  privacy  wiretaps  leaks  journalists  regulations  law  legal 
june 2008 by ejc
RTÉ.ie Media Player: Drivetime 17 January 2008
Radiocolumn by Diarmaid McDermott on media change in Ireland
Ireland  medialandscape 
february 2008 by ejc
Digital Media Europe: News - Alca-Lu to deploy submarine cable connecting Greenland to Iceland, Canada
Tele Greenland has awarded Alcatel-Lucent with a €90m contract to deploy a 4,600km submarine cable network linking Greenland to Iceland and Canada.
iceland  medialandscape 
february 2008 by ejc

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