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Articles by 'Ben Fenton'

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Ben Fenton

Ben heads up Edelman’s Creative Industries offering. Previously he was the Financial Times’ chief media correspondent, and also established the paper’s live new desk operation, which covered all market-moving breaking stories and set a template for the future of digital journalism at the paper.

The UK - A nation divided by its news? 

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The UK - A nation divided by its news? 

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Sometimes professional communicators are the worst communicators. The British news industry, for instance, has a terrible communications problem, which it ignores at its peril.

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How do you stop a faceless digital terrorist?

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How do you stop a faceless digital terrorist?

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The Russian trolling organisation that Facebook will tell the US Congress today may have reached 126 million people during the American presidential election is called the Internet Research Association....

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We should listen to the voices missing from the Referendum debate – voices from the past

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We should listen to the voices missing from the Referendum debate – voices from the past

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In the century of summers since our troops stood in the damp trenches of the Somme waiting to go over the top, we Brits have always trusted our instinct...

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BBC Charter Review - Future Imperfect

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BBC Charter Review - Future Imperfect

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Much of the content of the White Paper on the future of the BBC had been pre-briefed or leaked. John Whittingdale, the Culture Secretary, presented it as having shot...

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It’s time to end the curse of the internet: anonymity

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It’s time to end the curse of the internet: anonymity

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An interesting piece by Walter Isaacson, the former editor of Time and CEO of CNN, mentioned among a lot of sage thoughts on how to fix the broken business...

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Dear Fleet Street, Be Careful What You Wish For…

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Dear Fleet Street, Be Careful What You Wish For…

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The debate about EU membership is going to make for some strange bedfellows in Britain in coming weeks. Some are more obvious than others.

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Dear Reader, I Hope You're Well

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Dear Reader, I Hope You're Well

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Hi Reader, How are you? I thought you might like to know that Amol Rajan, the editor of The Independent, has been tweeting recently about PRs’ use of insincere...

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"Eavesdropping At A Private Party" - Women Of The World

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"Eavesdropping At A Private Party" - Women Of The World

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I’ve spent the last 24 hours or so feeling like an eavesdropper at a private party - that uncomfortable (but exciting) feeling that you are illicitly learning secrets about...

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What does the FT do for Nikkei? English language with a British accent.

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What does the FT do for Nikkei? English language with a British accent.

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Some will share the unease voiced by Will Hutton on BBC Newsnight that the Financial Times has passed into overseas ownership, especially in the scenario he painted where other...

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The security of editorial freedom

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The security of editorial freedom

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When reading an article about the difficulty publishers have in balancing the needs of advertisers against editorial independence, the ad that popped up in the middle of showed that...

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Does press support make any difference to voters?

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Does press support make any difference to voters?

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It’s a British phenomenon which always becomes more evident at election time: Britain is essentially a pretty liberal country with a pretty conservative press. So, does press support make...

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Promises for a New Era of Creative Endeavour

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Promises for a New Era of Creative Endeavour

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Monday 24th November saw the birth of a unique body in the UK: the Creative Industries Federation. For the first time, arts institutions, commercial creative companies and cultural education...

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