By Emilio Casalicchio 26 January 10:13
Jackie Annesley (pictured above) has been appointed editor of The Sunday Times Style supplement, after spending four months as the magazine’s acting editor.
Economist appoints first female editor as Zanny Minton Beddoes is promoted to replace John MicklethwaitBy William Turvill 23 January 8:41
Zanny Minton Beddoes, who is currently business affairs editor and was previously economics editor, will be promoted into the role, the magazine has announced.
By PA Media Lawyer 16 January 10:34
Demand is high for the magazine's new issue, which carries a front cover cartoon of a crying Prophet Muhammad, in the wake of last week's attack that saw gunmen kill 12 people at its offices.
By Nicole Chang 14 January 11:30
Hours after hitting newsstands, copies of the Charlie Hebdo “survivors issue” have cropped up on eBay, attracting bids of thousands of pounds.
Imams say British Muslims 'will inevitably be hurt by republication of the cartoons' as Charlie Hebdo sells outBy Press Gazette 14 January 9:37
There were reports that Charlie Hebdo was selling out of French newsagents in minutes today with only around 1,000 copies expected to be on sale in the UK.
By Nicole Chang 13 January 9:29
Grazia editor-in-chief Jane Bruton [pictured, above] is to join the Telegraph Media Group as director of lifestyle and deputy editor.
Charlie Hebdo: 'There is no way, even if they killed ten of us, that the newspaper won't be out next week'By Press Gazette 08 January 11:58
Defiant survivors of the attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo have said that they will publish an issue next week.
By Press Gazette 08 January 10:59
The Charlie Hebdo magazine massacre made front page news around the world.
By Dominic Ponsford 07 January 16:59
Ian Hislop, editor of British satirical magazine Private Eye, said the victims of the Charlie Hebdo shooting "paid a very high price for exercising their comic liberty".
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette 07 January 11:34
Ten people have been shot dead in an attack at the offices of a French satirical magazine which angered some Muslims after publishing crude caricatures of Islam's Prophet Muhammad, according to reports. Police said several masked gunmen stormed the headquarters of the weekly Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
Popstar Cheryl's publicity-shy husband wins privacy damages from second celebrity magazine since July marriageBy William Turvill 19 December 11:50
The publicity-shy husband of popstar Cheryl Fernandez-Versini (pictured, Reuters) has won damages from Heat, the second magazine he has sued in recent months.
By Emily Shackleton 19 December 6:16
Healthy Magazine is set to launch nationwide on newsstands in the UK and Republic of Ireland after 15 years of the health retail chain Holland & Barrett as the exclusive distributor.
By William Turvill 18 December 15:27
Costing £3.99, the title was last audited by ABC in the year to June 2012, when its circulation was 9,287.
By William Turvill 21 November 11:24
The publisher’s results for the end of September 2014 show its revenues fell from £82.6m in 2013 to £66m.
By William Turvill 21 November 10:34
TeamRock, which publishes Classic Rock, Metal Hammer and Prog, has this month introduced paid-for content to its website.
News digest: Vice website relaunch, Society of Editors fellowships for David Meara and Peter Cole, Derby Telegraph office moveBy William Turvill 17 November 9:48
Vice has relaunched its website last week on the day it published an editorial project on Guatanamo Bay.
By William Turvill 17 November 8:11
Since the 2007 launch of Shortlist magazine, The Big Issue has seen its circulation drop from an average of 174,770 to 82,329 in 2013 as its vendors have had to compete with an increasing number of free newspaper and magazine distributors.
NIBs: Mail on Sunday says Fiona Woolf resignation reminder of need to protect free press, new Empire editor, Metro appoints full-time MDBy William Turvill 31 October 17:06
Fiona Woolf’s (pictured, Reuters) resignation from being head of the Government’s historic child abuse inquiry is “a reminder of the need to protect our tradition of fearless investigative journalism as part of a vibrant press”, The Mail on Sunday said yesterday.
By PA Media Lawyer 20 October 12:22
Businessman Jean Bernard Fernandez-Versini, who married the 31-year-old singer - better known as Cheryl Cole - in July, had sued Reveal publisher the National Magazine Company for invasion of privacy and breach of the Data Protection Act 1998.
The week in brief: BBC launches ebola Whatsapp service, X Factor finalist 'loses out on £30k OK deal after asking for £300k'By William Turvill 17 October 11:22
The BBC World Service has launched a "lifeline" Ebola service on Whatsapp for the people of West Africa.