Guardian :: On Wednesday the director general of the BBC, Tony Hall, rejected demands from a cross-party group of 120 MPs including Boris Johnson and Alex Salmond to use the term Daesh in its coverage, arguing that it would breach the organisation’s commitment to impartiality.
Guardian :: The WikiLeaks founder has also revealed the existence of a child, who is French, he has not seen for five years.
Guardian :: An outcome in which the plaintiff loses three-quarters of his case and could come out behind on the money? That’s not a great ‘win’ for Joe Hockey.
How Guardian's inhouse analytic tool Ophan came to be, and what role it plays in its data-driven newsroom
Venture Beat :: The Guardian's digital team discuss Ophan, its in-house real-time analytics tool.
AdAge :: Tony Uphoff says publishers have to get serious about data and algorithms.
Guardian :: Paramount is the latest major studio to reboot its movies as TV series, with the likes of American Gigolo and Shutter Island to get the treatment along with Fatal Attraction.
Digiday :: Publishers have a lot of tools to bring readers back to their site. But often those visitors amount to little more than drive-by traffic, especially if they come from social media.