Media Masters
The right to be forgotten, TV's stubborn popularity, and the end of lads' mags?
Jul 10, 2014 · 32 min
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The Independent's Social Media editor, Felicity Morse, and Head of Digital Communications for the Liberal Democrats, Bess Mayhew, join Paul Blanchard to discuss the latest media stories.

A new ruling lets people remove their personal information from Google results. Do people have a "right to be forgotten" - and what does it mean for reporting?

ITV's Director of Television has said that "TV has conquered" the Internet - but will it ever be replaced by YouTube and free user-generated content?

And Loaded and Stuff have both dropped cover models saying they were "lowering the tone" of their this the beginning of the end for lads' mags?
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