Nick Davies: The bad guys hate me... but most journalists are decent people and are glad I exposed phone-hackingBy William Turvill 05 August 9:36
Hack Attack tracks Davies’s personal journey uncovering the News of the World phone-hacking scandal between February 2008, through July 2011, to the present day.
GQ editor Dylan Jones: 'Lads' mags did an awful lot to denigrate and sully our market... I'm completely happy to be in a market of one'By William Turvill 31 July 9:33
Jones, an OBE who has edited GQ for 15 years and this month collected an editor of the year title at the PPA Awards, invites me to sit in a black leather chair perpendicular to – and at a lower level than– his neat desk.
Sun on Sunday editor Victoria Newton on Rebekah, Rupert, paywalls and filling the gap left by the News of the WorldBy William Turvill 08 July 11:17
Rupert Murdoch shut down Victoria Newton's old paper, the News of the World, and seven months later gave her and a group of Sun colleagues just a week to launch its replacement.
By William Turvill 01 July 16:57
Buzzfeed was launched in the United States in 2006. Last year, it moved into the UK and went to Australia soon afterwards.
'If I didn't have skin like a rhino I might be offended': Why Kay Burley won't let the trolls bring her downBy William Turvill 26 June 9:42
Kay Burley loves her job and thinks journalism is the best career in the world. She tells me this at least half a dozen times in a 25-minute interview.
Alexander Chancellor on taking over from Richard Ingrams at The Oldie: I need a bit of money and it's better than feeding chickensBy William Turvill 24 June 8:57
The former Spectator editor, who helped Ingrams found the magazine 22 years ago, started this week following Ingrams’ resignation on 30 May after he was summoned to a disciplinary hearing brought by publisher James Pembroke.
Felix Dennis: 'Anyone who doesn't have a good time in the media either incompetent or has no sense of humour'By Rob McGibbon 23 June 14:30
Felix Dennis cuts quite a figure as he waddles up to greet me in his high oak-beamed pool house. There’s all that mad hair, wire-wool beard and those uneven eyes further distorted behind hornrimmed round bifocals. His basic grey Nike joggers are tucked into furry Ugg boots and an oversized white polo top hangs loose over a proud bloat of good living.
'It's not a question of low morale, we're angry': Oldie staff member speaks out after Richard Ingrams departureBy William Turvill 20 June 10:08
Deborah Asher, 60, who has been the magazine’s sub-editor for seven years, handed in her resignation last Thursday, on the same day new editor Alexander Chancellor was introduced to staff by publisher James Pembroke.
BBC's Edward Stourton: British media suffers from religious 'blind spot' leading to 'skewed' coverageBy William Turvill 03 June 7:13
Stourton, presenter on Radio 4's religious programme Sunday, believes British journalists have a "blind spot" when it comes to religion, meaning coverage can be "skewed".
By William Turvill 14 May 14:27
De Pear has mixed feelings about the BBC. He sees Newsnight as his main rival and variously describes the corporation as “stifling”, “crippling” and “a monster”.
Award-winning Nigerian editor: 'The government does not attack us physically because they are afraid of what the world will say'By William Turvill 09 May 9:40
Musikilu Mojeed was in London this week to collect the special prize from the One World Media awards recognising his news website Premium Times as an “outstanding media organisation in the developing world making a real impact”.
By William Turvill 28 April 10:21
Andrew Mullins has said the station’s figures are “very much in line” with its aims, based on equivalent figures from stations whose success London Live hopes to emulate.
Rusbridger on how no journalist's sources are safe, joining IPSO and why he would have kept News of the World openBy Dominic Ponsford 28 March 16:30
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger warned today that is almost impossible for journalists to maintain the confidentiality of their sources because of the threat of surveillance.
By Ayub Nouinou 07 March 7:13
While regional newspaper print circulations plunged last year, figures released by ABC reveal booming website traffic.
By Emma McGarthy 16 January 15:35
Talking to people, staying calm and taking the time to build relationships were listed among the ways to succeed as a war corresondent in a new film produced by BAFTA.
By Darren Boyle 14 January 9:00
One month after the closure of the weekly Liverpool Post Trinity Mirror this weekend launches the Sunday Echo as the UK's first new Sunday paper since the launch of The Sun on Sunday. The title is priced 50p and will be produced by the same team of journalists which work on the Echo Monday to Saturday.
By Darren Boyle 07 January 9:26
Growing up watching Kate Adie reporting from the latest warzone was the inspiration for the Press Association’s chief reporter Ellen Branagh to want to become a journalist.
Despite being detained three times this year, New Journalist of the Year enjoys 'huge privilege' of reporting on EgyptBy Natasha Clark 18 December 11:19
Guardian Egypt correspondent Patrick Kingsley may have been detained three times this year alone, but he still sees his job covering the crisis-stricken country as a “huge privilege”.
By Dominic Ponsford 16 December 17:24
Times journalist Philip Webster said this week that the core skills he learned on one of the first courses run by the National Council for the Training of Journalists have seen him through a 40-year career on the paper.
Youngest Fleet Street editor bullish about future of print and reveals that i 'makes a lot of money'By Dominic Ponsford 10 December 15:54
Editor of the i newspaper Oliver Duff doesn’t subscribe to the “sunset of the industry” narrative as he puts it – whether that’s for the news industry, Fleet Street or even print journalism in general