Media: The Week in Media

The British Olympic Association has made a U-turn after an online campaign forced it to grant accreditation to The Voice, Britain's biggest black newspaper. The U-turn means The Voice's journalists will now be able to report from the London Olympic stadium and its media centre. The paper previously only had accreditation to Olympic football matches. Nearly 3,000 people signed a petition and the protest attracted widespread support from figures such as London Mayor Boris Johnson and MPs Tessa Jowell and David Lammy.

Reveal, the celebrity weekly magazine published by Hearst, has launched its first website. is edited by former Digital Spy US news editor Lara Martin. Hearst said the site would deliver celebrity news, as well as editorial contributions from the Reveal magazine team.

The London Evening Standard has launched an iPad app that will replicate content from its print edition and run alongside its existing web-based app. Unlike the existing app, the new app is a replica of the printed edition, including design.

Google has reported a double-digit rise in net income to $2.79bn (£1.8bn) in Q2 of 2012, as the UK's contribution grew 20 per cent year on year to $1.2bn (£760m).

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