By Press Gazette 11 March 9:29
The Times comment editor, Tim Montgomerie, has announced he has resigned after a year in the role but will continue writing for the paper as a columnist.
By PA Mediapoint 10 March 12:37
Rebekah Brooks was asked to approve cash payments to public officials for stories such as a wife-swapping mayor, the phone-hacking trial has heard.
By PA Mediapoint 09 March 23:18
Ten people including two police officers and four tabloid journalists appeared in court today over charges in relation to misconduct in public office as part of Operation Elveden.
By Dominic Ponsford 07 March 13:56
The Guardian and i were the only two UK national titles which managed to increase print sales year on year in February.
By Paul McNally 07 March 7:07
The Guardian's US editor-in-chief Janine Gibson is to return to London this summer as a deputy editor and editor-in-chief of theguardian.com - and will be replaced in New York by current Guardian Australia editor Katharine Viner.
By PA Mediapoint 06 March 12:45
Rebekah Brooks denied today that she "cooked the books" to hide a £92,000 contract with a phone hacker when she was editor of the News of the World.
By Paul McNally 05 March 11:29
The chief executive of News UK has said he is "optimistic" that the Times and Sunday Times are on course to become profitable - and has voiced doubts about the sustainability of both the Guardian and Mail Online.
By Press Gazette 05 March 7:16
More than half of Twitter users in the UK follow a news organisation and a similar proportion are following the tweets of individual journalists, according to new research highlighting the importance users place on news.
Rebekah Brooks tells hacking trial: 'I received death threats' after Milly Dowler revelations were publishedBy PA Mediapoint 04 March 13:00
Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks has told the Old Bailey she received death threats after it emerged that murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler's phone had been hacked.
By Press Gazette 04 March 8:50
The Guardian's sole shareholder, the Scott Trust, says the title's future is "secure for generations to come" after GMG today completed the sale of its stake in Auto Trader.
By Press Gazette 04 March 7:45
A Sunday Express journalist has revealed how a local council tried to get him sacked from the paper for publishing a personal blog covering East London politics.
By Ayub Nouinou 03 March 16:59
Over 80 members of staff employed by the BBC are still receiving at least £150,000 in annual salaries, according to the Sunday Times. These revelations have provoked accusations against the new director-general that he will fail to meet the promises to diminish excessive pay at the broadcasting corporation.
By Jack Fenwick 03 March 15:43
City AM has announced a major digital expansion and the creation of new online jobs, beginning with the hiring of Metro’s Martin Ashplant.
By PA Mediapoint 03 March 15:35
Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks, from Oxfordshire, has explained why the paper previously sought to stop private investigator Glenn Mulcaire naming names of journalists involved in phone-hacking.
By Press Gazette 03 March 10:20
An NHS whistleblower could be sacked after telling the Daily Mail that a hospital was fiddling its death rates.
By Darren Boyle 28 February 15:50
Operation Elveden detectives have charged a former Surrey police officer with conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office, it was announced today.
By Press Association 28 February 15:26
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks spoke of her embarrassment today at turning down the exclusive story on the MPs' expenses scandal.
By Press Gazette 28 February 12:53
The Sunday Times leads the nominations league table for this year's Society of Editors Press Awards with 21 finalists.
By Darren Boyle 28 February 9:33
The FT Group made a profit of £55 million last year despite plunging print circulation figures for the FT according to results reported this morning.
By Press Association 27 February 14:51
Advertisements are to be placed in national newspapers alerting victims of sex abuse by Jimmy Savile to the availability of compensation, lawyers have said.