Ashley Crowson takes you through today’s top stories: from civil unrest in the Middle East, Greece and Tibet to a game launch on Facebook, a timeline of Whitney Houston’s life, and an interactive interview with the band, The Correspondents.[FMP width=”606″ height=”455″]http://www.thebreaker.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/video-blog-2.m4v[/FMP]
Young people are consuming less and less news. In this blog post, The Breaker writer Tim Butcher discusses why he thinks this might be - and proposes a new youth TV channel that would seek to address it.
Welcome to the Friday edition of The Breaker, bringing you the latest news from around Dorset and UK, as well as up to date entertainment and international news from around the world. Instead of the normal blog, today the Editor has captured the last newsroom session through a series of photographs.
Let’s face it, if teenagers are given the choice of watching Eastenders, Big Brother, Tracey Beaker or the news, I would guarantee that a low percentage would choose the news. WATSUP news is a innovative news channel aimed at teenagers aged 13-19.