In this week's Press Gazette – Journalism Weekly (read it here):
Paul Kimmage speaks out about being sued personall by the Union Cycliste International: “Given the tidal wave of evidence out there about Armstrong and the degree to which the governing body were complicit in that, I’m absolutely astonished that they are pursuing this."
- The Fleet Street shifter who moved to LA with a laptop and a fax machine and created an agency with a $30m turnover.
- The publisher of the UK's top-selling regional daily, the Express and Star, reports a £12.5m after-tax loss
- We talk to the school-leavers who are taking NCTJ journalism training at 18 and missing out university
- The Daily Teleghraph is drawn into the Met Police Andrew Mitchell pleb tirade mole-hunt
- As we await the Leveson report, Chris Oakley writes about the Brian Leveson he knew – who as a QC took up a case which pushed the limits of press freedom