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People | 2 September 15 : 14.37
Rebekah Brooks has been confirmed as chief executive officer of News UK with Tony Gallagher becoming editor-in-chief of The Sun.
Television | 2 September 15 : 13.45
Some 200 people were behind SSN's coverage of player transfers ahead of the window closure at 6pm yesterday.
Appointments | 2 September 15 : 13.18
Turnbull confirmed the news on Twitter after a story appeared in the Daily Mirror, saying: "He's right, you know."
People | 2 September 15 : 10.17
Former Sun managing editor Graham Dudman has left the paper, four months after he was acquitted of illegally paying public officials for stories.
Nationals | 1 September 15 : 08.28
News UK could face corporate criminal charges after the Metropolitan Police has handed a "full file" of evidence to prosecutors relating to hacking at News of the World.
Appointments | 2 September 15 : 09.29
Daily Star Sunday deputy Stuart James has been named as the title's new editor.
Wires and Agencies | 1 September 15 : 14.59
The move comes after Edwards was cleared of wrongdoing earlier this year following his arrest under the Metropolitan Police's Operation Elveden.
Criminal law | 1 September 15 : 10.03
Egypt's foreign ministry has called in the British ambassador to Cairo amid diplomatic tension after three Al Jazeera English journalists were sentenced to three years' prison each for reporting "false news".
Regionals | 1 September 15 : 15.28
The declaration came as it rejected complaints that two newspapers, the Oxford Times and the Witney Gazette, had breached clauses 1 and 2 of the Editors Code of Practice, covering accuracy and the opportunity to reply respectively.
Media business | 1 September 15 : 09.27
The publisher of The Guardian and Observer, News UK, Evgeny Lebedev's titles, the Mail and Metro stable, The Daily and Sunday Telegraph and Trinity Mirror's nationals are behind the scheme. The only national newspapers not involved are those belonging to Richard Desmond's Express Newspapers.
Websites | 1 September 15 : 08.45
Freelance correspondent Jake Hanrahan and cameraman Philip Pendlebury were arrested while filming in the south-east region of Diyarbakir.
Nationals | 28 August 15 : 14.45
The names of journalists who paid for illegally-obtained private information look set to be publicly released after a legal judgment released today.
Nationals | 28 August 15 : 13.16
Labour leadership hopefuls Yvette Cooper and Jeremy Corbyn have both backed “urgent measures” to tackle the concentration of media ownership in the UK.
Nationals | 28 August 15 : 11.03
The Mirror titles are looking to cut down on use of casual, make night editorial staff work more days and make fresh redundancies.
| 27 August 15 : 10.52
Newsquest is proposing editorial cuts of 20 per cent at the Herald titles in Scotland and across the Romanes Media Group titles which it bought in May.
Broadcast | 27 August 15 : 14.56
The BBC is "killing itself", former Crimewatch presenter Nick Ross has said.
Broadcast | 27 August 15 : 14.47
Sky News has claimed a Guinness World Record for the most concurrent web video streams from a single live event.


Sun's appointment of 'hard-working' and 'ferocious' Tony Gallagher is 'sticking two fingers up to the establishment'
Appointing Tony Gallagher as editor of The Sun is a sign of Rupert Murdoch "sticking two fingers up to the establishment", according to a well-placed source. Fleet Street insiders describe Gallagher as an "incredibly hard-working", "ferocious" and exacting editor who will raise the game of The Sun's newsgathering operation. One senior source, who has knowledge of News UK, said: “Bringing Rebekah Brooks back after the hacking scandal is Rupert’s way of sticking two fingers up to the establishment.