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Nationals | 26 November 15 : 15.28
A former Broadmoor Hospital worker has been jailed for eight months for selling stories to The Sun about notorious patients including the Yorkshire Ripper.
Nationals | 26 November 15 : 08.43
The Times has issued a correction after following up on The Sun’s poll finding that “one in five British Muslims has sympathy for Isis”.
Television | 26 November 15 : 13.57
A new study claims to highlight the success of a campaign to increase the number of female experts on news programmes.
Nationals | 26 November 15 : 10.49
Lord Justice Leveson has defended his inquiry into the press, telling an interviewer: "I just did what I was supposed to do."
Criminal law | 25 November 15 : 13.17
The government's interception of communications regulator has confirmed that Police Scotland unlawfully accessed phone records to find journalistic sources without judicial approval.
Defamation and libel | 25 November 15 : 11.10
The reports were prompted by an undercover investigation in which Heidi Blake and Jonathan Calvert, the newspaper's Insight Team, met Yeo for lunch at Nobu restaurant posing as representatives of a Far East solar energy company.
Nationals | 25 November 15 : 11.17
The story, which featured on the newspaper’s front page on Monday, was based on a Survation poll of 1,000 British Muslims.
Media business | 25 November 15 : 09.38
Mail Online revenue growth of 18 per cent failed to offset a 7 per cent turnover dip experienced by the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday in the year to 30 September.
Nationals | 24 November 15 : 17.43
When Paul Dacre, 67, retires from the Daily Mail, Witherow, 63, will be the longest-standing national newspaper editor.
Broadcast | 24 November 15 : 08.24
The Government has announced £85m extra funding for the BBC World Service to help "uphold global democracy".
Nationals | 24 November 15 : 15.53
Scott Chapman, 44, of Corby, Northamptonshire, was due for retrial at the Old Bailey but at the 11th hour admitted a charge of misconduct in a public office between 1 March 2010 20 and June 2011.
Criminal law | 23 November 15 : 14.37
Cleveland Police has been accused of using the phone records of a Northern Echo journalist to identify a member of the public as a source.
Photography | 24 November 15 : 07.15
David Steen,considered one of the great Fleet Street photographers of his time, has died aged 79.
Nationals | 23 November 15 : 13.49
A complaint that a Daily Telegraph story headlined "Gove could not get X-ray for broken foot" was inaccurate has been upheld by Ipso, the Independent Press Standards organisation.
Freedom of Information | 20 November 15 : 07.18
A Press Gazette investigation has raised questions over claims the Freedom of Information Act places an unreasonable "burden" on local councils.
Broadcast | 23 November 15 : 08.28
Tony Hall is to become the first director general of the BBC to argue for full external regulation.
Privacy | 20 November 15 : 13.10
Associated Newspapers has lost its challenge to an award of £10,000 privacy damages to three of singer Paul Weller's children.


'Must read', 'admirable campaigner', 'irritatingly good': Tributes paid to Press Gazette on 50th birthday
Leading figures from the journalism industry have paid tribute to Press Gazette this week as it celebrated the 50th anniversary of its first edition. Newspaper executives, editors, television presenters and even rivals have spoken off the importance of UK journalism's trade title. Press Gazette began life as a weekly magazine on 22 November 1965 and is today a rolling news and features website with a daily email newsletter.