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Media business | 2 March 15 : 11.24
Johnston Press has denied that six of its South Midlands editor roles are to be axed as part of a "newsroom of the future" shake-up.
Media business | 2 March 15 : 10.42
The publisher set aside £12m for legal costs associated “historic legal issues”, including phone-hacking, last year, and it said today there is “present uncertainty” about how much this could cost in the future.
Nationals | 27 February 15 : 19.31
Telegraph group editor Chris Evans has invited his journalists to contribute to new guidelines on the relationship between editorial and commercial.
Privacy | 27 February 15 : 12.35
Guido Fawkes has been accused of “working collectively” with Press Gazette after attempting to find out, under the Freedom of Information Act, whether its staff’s telephone records had been secretly obtained by the Metropolitan Police under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act.
Criminal law | 27 February 15 : 16.20
The Metropolitan Police has said it is "disappointing" that journalists continue to make Freedom of Information requests on the use of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act against news organisations.
Regionals | 27 February 15 : 14.00
Trinity Mirror's regional websites more than doubled their collective traffic year on year in the second half of 2014, the latest set of ABC results show.
Media law | 27 February 15 : 09.36
Last week the Government promised that as an interim measure it would require police forces to use the procedure under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) in order to acquire journalists’ phone records.
Media business | 27 February 15 : 10.21
In January, the FT recorded a print circulation of 219,444, which is made up of 21,844 bulk copies and represents a 6.3 per cent year-on-year drop.
Nationals | 27 February 15 : 09.37
Conservative Chief Whip Michael Gove described being a journalist as the "best job in the world" yesterday - but declined to say whether he might yet return to the industry.
Nationals | 26 February 15 : 17.29
The Daily Mail is the most read newspaper brand in the UK, with The Sun relegated to fifth place – according to figures released by the National Readership Survey.
Media law | 26 February 15 : 11.40
Three Al-Jazeera journalists have been arrested in Paris for illegally flying a drone. Paris prosecutors said the three foreign nationals...
Regionals | 26 February 15 : 09.30
The BBC has been told it "must not expect to receive others’ news content without providing something in return".
Regionals | 25 February 15 : 12.45
All paid-for regional daily newspapers saw their circulations decline in the second half of 2014, according to new ABC figures.
Regulation | 25 February 15 : 17.17
Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman said today her party would have a mandate to "follow through on Leveson" if it won the general election in May.
Appointments | 25 February 15 : 16.33
The four publicly-declared candidates for Guardian editor made their case to staff today at a hustings meeting.
Regionals | 25 February 15 : 13.21
The only newspaper to publicly back the campaign for Scottish independence in September's referendum saw its circulation increase by 34.7 per cent in the second half of 2014. s.
Nationals | 25 February 15 : 10.03
Private Eye and The Sunday Times were last night named joint winners of the Paul Foot Award for campaigning and investigative journalism.

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Mirror phone-hacking damages hearing to begin in High Court today
A hearing to decide the amount of compensation to be awarded in civil phone-hacking claims brought against Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) is due to start at the High Court today. Eight representative cases, none of which have settled, will be considered by Mr Justice Mann in London. They concern TV executive Alan Yentob, actress Sadie Frost, ex-footballer Paul Gascoigne, soap stars Lucy Taggart, Shane Richie and Shobna Gulati, flight attendant Lauren Alcorn and TV producer Robert Ashworth.