By Dominic Ponsford 05 October 15:22
Eight years after Guardian Media Group and Apax paid £1.1bn for Emap, the company name is to be "retired".
By Dominic Ponsford 27 August 10:15
A music magazine editor has been sacked after two competition prizes were found advertised for sale on Ebay.
By William Turvill 17 August 7:17
Shipping industry news title Lloyd’s List is increasing its editorial staff and staging a return to print some two years after it went web-only.
By William Turvill 30 July 9:00
And the publisher’s adjusted operating profit was £6.1m, up 8 per cent on an underlying basis.
By William Turvill 28 July 9:37
Business publisher Informa reported adjusted operating profit down 2.6 per cent for the first six months of this year to £190.4m.
By William Turvill 27 July 12:11
Progressive Digital Media has bought a number of consumer information businesses from business publishing company Informa for £25m.
Lawyers challenging police secrecy over spying on journalists' call records ready to take fight to European CourtBy William Turvill 10 June 8:43
A lawyer handling Press Gazette's bid to make police disclose how many times they have accessed journalists' phone records has pledged to take the case as far as the European Court of Human Rights if necessary.
By Dominic Ponsford 04 June 10:00
A novel written by a UK farming journalist in his spare time has just been sold to its 17th overseas territory after being bought by Penguin for a six-figure advance.
Press Gazette lodges legal challenge to breach police wall of silence over use of RIPA against journalistsBy William Turvill 28 May 12:22
Press Gazette has formally challenged police refusal to disclose information about the seizure of journalistic phone records.
By Press Gazette 07 May 13:04
Press Gazette won the runner-up prize in the campaign of the year category at last night’s British Media Awards for S
'No-one knows more about digital disruption than publishers' says editor of relaunched technology websiteBy Dominic Ponsford 23 April 11:03
“Who knows more about digital disruption than us. No-one?”
By Cleland Thom 21 April 11:34
An environmental journalist has achieved a victory over the Information Commissioner in an attempt to obtain information about bad landlords under the Freedom of Information Act.
By Press Gazette 17 February 14:26
Press Gazette has been made a finalist in the editorial campaign of the year award, alongside BBC Worldwide, The Guardian and Vice among others.
Daily Express censured by IPSO for 'significantly distorted' article claiming UKIP poll lead over LabourBy Dominic Ponsford 16 February 10:34
The Daily Express has been censured by the Independent Press Standards Organisation for publishing a “significantly distorted” article claiming UKIP was ahead of Labour in an opinion poll.
Press Gazette is Paul Foot Award finalist with Guardian, Private Eye, Sunday Times, Mail, Telegraph and ObserverBy Press Gazette 16 February 8:53
Press Gazette has been shortlisted for the 2014 Paul Foot Award for the Save Our Sources campaign.
By Press Gazette 10 June 11:02
The Royal Mail has declined to distribute the current edition of The Drum magazine because it swear word appears prominently on the front page.
By Press Gazette 06 June 11:56
A weekly newspaper aimed at school managers is launch in September with a five-strong editorial staff.
By Oliver Jones 29 April 15:42
Graeme Moran and Emily Norval have both been promoted at Drapers, Emap's fashion business title. The moves come as a string of other journalists join the weekly B2B magazine, which has recently relaunched its website.
Business publisher Centaur reduces pre-tax losses as it moves 'away from product to portfolio management'By Press Gazette 20 February 9:01
Business publisher Centaur this morning reported revenue for the second half of 2013 up 8 per cent to £32.7m but a pre-tax loss of £2.9m.
By Darren Boyle 10 February 16:15
The Stage editor Brian Attwood is stepping down from the performing arts bible after almost 20 years in the job.