Norman Giller, veteran sports journalist whose blog posts (The Giller memorandum) are always a pleasure to read, is busy looking Leveson not hear of sports journalism.
"Someone, somewhere in authority has to get up and put the case of the team the last page," he wrote.
"You need a sports editor - or at least one specialist in sports - to participate in the debate, so that the Lord Justice Leveson can listen and take into account the great differences in the operation of an athletic department with respect to news and features. " Why? Giller maintains that sports writers use different methods to work in what he calls the "toy department" of newspapers. He writes: "Sports journalists must return to the sources of her time and again because the sport is, relatively, a world populated, and to keep contacts happy stories often have to be settled and likely to require and to protect future negotiations. "
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"If I had to have something to say, I beg your honor not to be so focused on the aspect of hacking your search is missing the larger.Press
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are losing readers and powers to the minute for the new phenomenon of the interweb.Giller will complain about the online complaints against Tottenham, Harry Redknapp, who said, "would result in immediate legal action if it is printed in a newspaper."
Giller said that lawyers are turning their attention to the Internet and predicts there will be "a wave of libel."
He writes: ". Bloggers will soon discover they are not above the laws that restrict and limit journalists'
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