Newspaper considers the the impact of a AppleTV set, and the ongoing ramifications of the British phone-hacking scandal.
This article titled “Media predictions for 2012: press and digital” was written by Roy Greenslade and Josh Halliday, for guardian.co.uk on Thursday 29th December 2011 08.00 UTCPress
How could next year beat this one? The phone-hacking scandal caused meltdown at News International with high-level resignations, the closure of the News of the World, Rupert Murdoch humbling himself before MPs and millions of pounds paid to hacking victims. Scotland Yard lost its chief and another senior officer. Three separate police inquiries prompted 18 arrests. And the Leveson inquiry put the press under the microscope.