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The Financial Times

A guide to accessing the is below: 

Articles from the Financial Times are also available to view in the database ABI/Inform Global (link below). Please note that there is a 1 month delay. 

A guide is available below for you to view/download helping you to open the Financial Times in this database.

Newspaper databases

LexisLibrary is the database to use if you are targeting newspaper articles. It contains full text articles from major UK national and local newspapers. 

BBC Business News

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Film, TV and radio

TV and Radio on demand (BoB) 

  • Video Resource - Click to play 
  • Database
Watch, record, create clips, search for upcoming programmes by title or keyword, compile favourite shows into playlists and share them with others. On and off campus: Requires your Single Sign On username and password (the same as for MyDMU and email).
Use this guide to find out how to request programmes, edit them into clips, create and share playlists etc..

Why use newspapers?

Newspapers are often discounted as sources of information as they are not 'academic'. However they can be very useful as they provide:

  • Information about local events
  • First-hand accounts of events
  • Current information

Reading quality newspapers is a great way to develop your commercial awareness. In assignments you will often be writing about business models and theories and information from newspapers can illustrate how these models and frameworks are put into practice.

International newspapers

Many newspapers now have an online presence.

The Paperboy and The Newspaper Index both help you to identify online newspapers in particular countries. They don't give any assessment on the quality of the newspaper but they do indicate which language the newspaper is available in.