Music streaming passes CD sales at Warner

Record group becomes the first to get most revenue from streaming

London’s support for Muslim Khan as mayor

Winner of capital’s top job grabs global attention

Illusionist Derren Brown takes an exclusive behind the scenes tour of his new ‘Derren Brown’s Ghost Train’, ahead of it’s public opening at the end of May, at Thorpe Park Resort in Surrey. Photo. Picture date: Thursday May 5, 2016. The ‘Ghost Train’ will take guests on a journey of between 10-15 minutes. The attraction integrates live action sequences, 4D special effects, grand-scale illusions, next generation technology, and physical transit. The ride has 12 multiple knee-shaking journeys and two endings, so no two ‘rides’ will be the same. Photo credit should read: PIX.TIM ANDERSON
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Merlin looks to Brown for touch of magic

Attractions group aims to make ground on Disney with media deals

Berat Albayrak, Energy Minister of Turkey

Erdogan thrusts son-in-law into limelight

Berat Albayrak credited with helping to remove prime minister

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Financial PR spins a new global story

Clients place fresh demands on an industry reshaped by consolidation and technology

Jail and $15m fine for ‘wrong’ India maps

New Delhi clampdown attempt over disputed territories

Horatia Harrod

Openings: Lights, camera, equality

A new 139-page report on the position of women in the British film industry is a catalogue of horrors

Pope urges EU leaders to revive integration

Pontiff’s strongest words were on the migration crisis

Job Simluator

Robot job takeover turns into VR satire

Simulator imagines robot nostalgia in 2050 for roles they grabbed

US election ad spending data

US election offers relief for TV groups

Campaign ads help ease anxiety over broadcasters’ challenges

Deadline falls on The New Day

Chief reflects on print experiment analysts deemed ill-conceived

Failure of The New Day

Experimenting with a different newspaper idea was justified, writes John Gapper

Trinity Mirror to close New Day

Publisher overestimated demand for ‘optimistic’ daily title as circulation falls below expectations

Egypt journalists seek presidential apology

Protest provides further proof of growing discontent

The Iphigenia Quartet, Gate Theatre, London — ‘Imaginative’

Four plays focus and refocus on the death of Agamemnon’s daughter

Why everyone should give a TED talk

Deliver a presentation your audience will want to hear

Patten says BBC must remain independent

Former chairman defends sovereignty ahead of white paper

Regulate, rather than intimidate, the BBC

Every time politicians chip away at it, they erode its confidence

Corbis swaps photos for product placement

Image licensing company wants to transform itself from picture library into advertising business

Beyoncé’s hit for Tidal may not be enough

Streaming service has struggled to catch Spotify and Apple Music


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