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Media business | 5 February 16 : 16.23
The company's second quarter results showed this figure was $7m (£4.8m) for its second quarter, up from $5m in the first, to September 2015.
Nationals | 5 February 16 : 11.21
Cheston, 59, started at the Evening Standard in 1988 as a general reporter and moved to his current position in 1993.
Websites | 5 February 16 : 08.51
In May 2012, Jack Rivlin appeared to be taking a fairly conventional route into journalism.
Nationals | 4 February 16 : 15.16
A Sun reporter whose phone records were illegally obtained by the Metropolitan Police has been granted no compensation by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal.
Consumer | 4 February 16 : 13.34
A magazine publisher has been fined £10,000 after being found to be in contempt of court as a result of the way a high-profile criminal trial was covered.
Nationals | 4 February 16 : 08.20
Express Newspapers journalists are been told they could face bag searches and security cameras because of equipment going missing.
Television | 4 February 16 : 11.54
London-based satellite TV station Arise News has been taken off air with journalists and media staff said to be owed £1m.
Radio | 4 February 16 : 09.39
BBC Radio 4's Today Programme edged back up above 7m readers in the last quarter of 2015 according to RAJAR.
News | 3 February 16 : 10.36
Freelance journalists are concerned about falling pay rates and insecurity - but enjoy the freedom their work offers, with 94 per cent saying they enjoy their jobs.
News | 3 February 16 : 16.56
The International Federation of Journalists has recorded the killings of 2,297 journalists and media staff since 1990 – including 112 in 2015.
Consumer | 3 February 16 : 09.14
Quarterly newspaper Positive News relaunches this week as an 84-page magazine following a £263,000 crowdfunding campaign.
News | 2 February 16 : 11.34
David Cameron and George Osborne are now meeting journalism industry bosses as frequently as before the hacking scandal broke in July 2011, research by Press Gazette suggests.
Media law | 3 February 16 : 16.55
A barrister has complained about "incompetent" media coverage of the Court of Protection.
Nationals | 2 February 16 : 16.35
Trinity Mirror may go to the Supreme Court to challenge costs of £242,000 charged by lawyers in a privacy case where the claimant was awarded £20,000.
Nationals | 2 February 16 : 14.44
Financial Times Journalists are set to hold a 24-hour strike all day on Thursday in protest at changes to their pensions.
Nationals | 2 February 16 : 12.55
The column, created by the team behind the Guido Fawkes website, has featured in the newspaper for three years. This was after a year of writing for the Daily Star Sunday.
Privacy | 2 February 16 : 09.13
Journalist Nicky Hager was working in Auckland when the police raided his Wellington home.