Press Gazette has been reporting on British journalism without fear or favour since 1965.
Today our main focus is news, but we also carry features, interviews, analysis, gossip and a fortnightly podcast interview.
Our mission is to provide a news and information service which helps the UK journalism industry do its crucial work more effectively.
This means highlighting the best in our industry and also, sometimes, the worst.
Our general view is that British journalism is too important for us to shy away from providing a forum for honest negative criticism when required and from probing into difficult areas.
We also try to provide a campaigning voice for journalists and to champion the important role journalism plays in British society.
In recent years this has included successful campaigns to stop police viewing journalists’ call records without judicial approval and to stop the Freedom of Information Act being seriously watered down.
If you have a story please get in contact via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0207 936 6433.
If leaking us an internal document, please don’t do it from your work email!
If you spot a mistake, or have any other concerns about Press Gazette’s content – please email editor Dominic Ponsford: email@example.com
You can find details about our house style, and general approach to journalism here in the Press Gazette Style Guide.
We take a limited number of people on one or two-week work experience placements, with priority given to those who have at least started a journalism course. To enquire about this send in your CV and a short covering letter with a couple of ideas about the sort of things you would like to write about for Press Gazette.
Our postal address is 40-42 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8EB.