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Websites | 5 May 16 : 07.31
The Independent revealed today that its digital editorial team has now grown to 90 (double its size before the closure of the...
Television | 4 May 16 : 09.43
Former BBC Trust chairman Chris Patten has spoken out in defence of the "beseiged" BBC as the Government prepares to publish a White Paper on the corporation's future.
Nationals | 4 May 16 : 14.09
The Telegraph sports team has undergone a significant reshuffle following the departure of sports editor Jim Bruce-Ball who has taken up a role with one of a sports marketing agency that manages some of Team GB's most successful Olympians.
Regionals | 4 May 16 : 13.37
A weekly editor has left the paper where he started his journalism career after a decision to merge editorships on the daily Grimsby Telegraph and weekly Scunthorpe Telegraph.
Nationals | 3 May 16 : 07.31
The Sunday Times breached the privacy of MP Sir Nicholas Soames by speculating that he had a gastric band fitted, according to press regulator IPSO.
Regionals | 3 May 16 : 13.37
Journalists at the Leicester Mercury had half an hour to turn around a special edition, on sale this morning, after the city's football club won the Premier League just before 10pm last night.
Regulation | 3 May 16 : 11.57
The Telegraph has committed its ninth breach of the Editors' Code under press regulator IPSO,with an inaccurate front page story.
Nationals | 3 May 16 : 10.54
The Sun is facing at least 11 phone-hacking claims after failing to get civil litigation thrown out at a pre-trial stage.
Radio | 3 May 16 : 08.23
Questions have been raised about why the BBC has recruited Sunday Times business editor Dominic O'Connell to join Radio 4's Today programme despite a claimed freeze on external recruits.
Regulation | 29 April 16 : 06.30
The National Union of Journalists has given its official backing to Impress, the alternative press regulator to IPSO, labeling the latter a “pointless so-called regulator”. .
Nationals | 29 April 16 : 15.38
Northern and Shell, the parent company of the Express and Star titles, fell into the red in 2015, as it took a financial hit on its investment in digital, a drop in cover price revenues, and a write down of is printing assets.
Regionals | 29 April 16 : 08.00
The two traits which London Evening Standard editor Sarah Sands admires most in journalists are “seriousness” about the trade coupled with “a merriment”. And 20 years in senior level editorial jobs have not dulled her enthusiasm for “the most fun and interesting career” there is.
Interviews | 29 April 16 : 08.59
Wikileaks has been "reckless" by releasing classified information without trying to protect intelligence officials, according to one of the reporters who broke the Watergate scandal.
Nationals | 28 April 16 : 11.17
A High Court judge has given the go-ahead to phone-hacking damages claims against The Sun.
Regionals | 28 April 16 : 07.38
Research by the university Goldsmiths in London has found that the Evening Standard has "overwhelmingly" favoured Convervative candidate Zac Goldsmith in its news coverage of the London mayoral election.
News | 28 April 16 : 13.20
Polestar, the UK’s biggest independent printer, has gone into administration after losing a key contract with Daily Mail publisher DMG Media putting around 1,500 jobs at risk.
Regionals | 28 April 16 : 08.40
Liverpool Echo editor Alastair Machray said his focus was on "marking the moment" rather than sales as his paper published special editions to mark the Hillsborough disaster Inquest verdicts.


Trinity confirms closure of The New Day as it reveals overall print advertising down 19 per cent
Trinity Mirror this morning confirmed the closure of The New Day as it revealed group revenue down 8.6 per cent in the four months to May. The group said it invested £5m in marketing the launch of the new title two months ago. Some 25 editorial staff are affected by the move, including editor Alison Phillips and her deputy Barry Rabbetts who moved over from the Mirror titles.