Algeria hostages, Lance Armstrong and North Sea

for the week ending Sun 20 January 2013
  • Algeria hostage crisis covered most
  • Lance Armstrong on Oprah covered lots
  • North Sea oil leak covered little

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Journalists who have updated their profile

Matt Bodimeade is web content editor for Since 2010 he has freelanced at publications including The Daily Mail, Hemel Hempstead Gazette, The Independent and The Guardian. In 2010 he graduated from the University of Southampton with a Bachelor's in English.

Adam Hirshfield is deputy editor of Bleacher Report. Since graduating from the University of Colorado in 2004, he has worked as associate editor and writer for New England Sports Network, website editor and writer for National Basketball Association, assistant sports editor for USA Today and associate editor and online coordinator for SKIING Magazine. Follow him on Twitter @ahirshfield

Tim Barnes-Clay is a freelance motoring journalist at Car Write Ups. After studying Media Production with Business at Farnborough College of Technology he went on to read a post graduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism at Highbury College, where he graduated in 1994. Since then he has worked as a reporter for organisations including Heart FM, ITV Central, Birmingham Live TV and the BBC. Follow him on Twitter @carwriteups

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(posted by Dulcie Lee on Tue 22 January 2013)