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News | Friday, 05 February 2016
News Corp hacking scandal costs total $7m for last three months of 2015, up 40 per cent on previous quarter
News Corporation's stated costs associated with the phone-hacking scandal rose 40 per cent quarter-on-quarter in the last three months of 2015....
News | Friday, 05 February 2016
Paul Cheston leaves Evening Standard after 'absolute pleasure' of being courts correspondent for 23 years
The London Evening Standard's courts correspondent Paul Cheston is leaving the newspaper today after 28 years. Cheston, 59, started at the...
News | Friday, 05 February 2016
The Tab: With £3m investment, student tabloid news website takes aim at America, graduates and profitability
In May 2012, Jack Rivlin appeared to be taking a fairly conventional route into journalism. A Cambridge graduate, he'd completed a postgraduate...
News | Friday, 05 February 2016
Express journalists appeal to MPs in bid to secure first pay rise from Richard Desmond in eight years
Morale at Express Newspapers is at its “lowest point” for 20 years, according to the group’s National Union of Journalists Father...
News | Thursday, 04 February 2016
Surveillance court awards zero compensation to Sun reporter after police illegally viewed his call records
A Sun reporter whose phone records were illegally obtained by the Metropolitan Police has been granted no compensation by the Investigatory Powers...
News | Thursday, 04 February 2016
GQ fined £10k for publishing 'improper attack' on Rebekah Brooks during hacking trial
A magazine publisher has been fined £10,000 after being found to be in contempt of court as a result of the way a high-profile criminal trial...
News | Thursday, 04 February 2016
Journalists among staff owed £1m as London news channel Arise goes off air
London-based satellite TV station Arise News has been taken off air with journalists and media staff said to be owed £1m. Its editor-in-chief...
News | Thursday, 04 February 2016
Radio 4 Today grows audience by 257,000 to edge back above 7m
BBC Radio 4's Today Programme edged back up above 7m listeners in the last quarter of 2015, according to RAJAR. The weekly reach of 7,025,000...
News | Thursday, 04 February 2016
Express journalists told they could face bag searches and CCTV over missing equipment
Express Newspapers journalists are been told they could face bag searches and security cameras because of equipment going missing. The warning came...
News | Wednesday, 03 February 2016
IFJ: 2,297 journalists and media staff killed doing their jobs worldwide since 1990
The International Federation of Journalists has recorded the killings of 2,297 journalists and media staff since 1990 – including 112 in 2015...
News | Wednesday, 03 February 2016
Lawyer says media reports of Court of Protection 'right to die' cases are misleading
A barrister has complained about "incompetent" media coverage of the Court of Protection. Barbara Rich, who represents people involved...
News | Wednesday, 03 February 2016
Press Gazette survey finds freelance journalists are happier than staffers - but pay is falling
Freelance journalists are concerned about falling pay rates and insecurity - but enjoy the freedom their work offers, with 94 per cent saying they...
News | Wednesday, 03 February 2016
Positive News relaunches as magazine after £263k crowdfunding campaign
Quarterly newspaper Positive News relaunches this week as an 84-page magazine following a £263,000 crowdfunding campaign. Last year's...
News | Tuesday, 02 February 2016
Mirror publisher fights £242k legal costs bill over privacy case involving lost mobile phone
Trinity Mirror may go to the Supreme Court to challenge costs of £242,000 charged by lawyers in a privacy case where the claimant was awarded...
News | Tuesday, 02 February 2016
FT journalists set to strike on Thursday as MPs back fight over pensions
Financial Times Journalists are set to hold a 24-hour strike all day on Thursday in protest at changes to their pensions. Union officials were today...
News | Tuesday, 02 February 2016
Guido Fawkes Sun column ends, but editor Paul Staines says: 'The appetite for political scandal is back'
Guido Fawkes's political column will no longer feature in The Sun on Sunday. The column, created by the team behind the Guido Fawkes website,...
News | Tuesday, 02 February 2016
Cameron and Osborne meetings with media bosses have returned to pre-Leveson level
David Cameron and George Osborne are now meeting journalism industry bosses as frequently as before the hacking scandal broke in July 2011, research...
News | Tuesday, 02 February 2016
NZ journalist raided by police: 'If you contact a source by phone you're a bloody idiot these days'
Journalist Nicky Hager was working in Auckland when the police raided his Wellington home. His daughter, who was alone in the house, was forced to...
News | Tuesday, 02 February 2016
Journalists banned from reporting details of woman's legal battle for custody of three-year-old
Journalists have been banned by a court from publishing details of a case in which a woman is seeking to regain custody of her three-year-old child...
News | Monday, 01 February 2016
Banker fails in UK libel action against Portuguese newspaper with circulation of 136 across England and Wales
An international banker failed in an attempt to sue a Portuguese newspaper for libel in London when a judge declared that the case was an abuse of...

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