Podcast MP3 - Down load them & play them on a music
player while out for a walk.
English & American Language.
Listing does not necessarily mean I like them or have time
to read them often. Order is roughly alphabetic by country
& domain name, not by preference.
- ipsnews.net Inter
- Australia: itwire.com/
- Murdoch wanted people to pay to read, & before
you got to that you had to wait to download bulky
Murdoch wanted people to pay to read. Ref BBC podcast
- guardian.co.uk Free
read, as paid by ads, (They get about $60M / year in
on line ads said BBC podcast 2010.11
2016-02-16 link removed after they wrote me
personaly, insisting on advertising in German
language at all people with German IP numbers, in
contravention of browser assertion of English
preference via HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE
(sample value: "en,de;q=0.8,fr;q=0.5,it;q=0.3" ,
2016-02 they gave up printing on paper.
Not independent for years apparently, just when they
started (around 1986 maybe ?) & named themselves.
Private Eye wrote 2016-03 that Independent web
company is seperate, not responsible for Independent
print company costs (re. some newspaper legal
Content guided by advertising: See
Why I have resigned from the Telegraph - - Peter
Oborne - former chief political
UK Political, Satirical, Exposure of corruption,
& publisher empire enforced news black-outs
programmers magazine, but nasty combined news
& opinion. They don't keep their editorials
seperate from news in the print version.
ft.com - Financial
- Charges money, said BBC podcast 2010.11
- 2012.02.08: A mailed web ref to an article on
ft.com diverted recipient to sign up for FT free
"8 articles per 30 days" which required agreement
Legal verbiage (253 lines, 7009
words, 41507 characters)
beginning" ... terms of a legally binding
agreement between you and the Financial
"No FT ?" : "No Fliping Time!"
- Denmark: politiken.dk/newsinenglish/
- Italy: corriere.it/english/
- Russia: voiceofrussia.com ... from
the country that stole Crimea 2014-2015
- Wikileaks: wikileaks.org/ & en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WikiLeaks