AFTER near unanimity on the best ‘lines’ from the first few days of the trial, today seemed to mark the first day when papers chose different angles.
Always interesting when the press do this on any story as it gives you a little insight into how they think editorially and what they think will push their readers’ buttons.
Many of them spend a large amount of money and time finding out exactly what their readers think, do and consume and if a paper is well-targeted you can tell a lot about its readership from the angles it takes on stories and the stories it chooses for page leads, and the others it drops completely.
Anyway, here’s the coverage from today, enjoy.
Press Association (here on MSN)
Peter Jukes has been doing a great job livetweeting the trial and is now crowdsourcing funds to help him keep at it until Christmas – a very worthy cause.
That’s it for now. As ever, if you spot something superlative, give me a shout.