By Press Gazette 24 May 12:39
By William Turvill 24 May 9:09
The Guardian is to move web address later this year from guardian.co.uk to theguardian.com.
Telegraph cements place as only profitable mainstream 'quality' national with £58.4m surplus for 2012By Dominic Ponsford 23 May 19:13
Telegraph Media Group has claimed a slight improvement in operating profit for 2012 despite a marginal fall in turnover.
By Gavriel Hollander 23 May 13:05
A leading national press crime reporter has attacked 'paranoid' new police guidelines recommending that officers declare personal relationships with journalists.
Coventry Telegraph health reporter joins Sunday Mirror after making British Journalism Awards shortlistBy Press Gazette 23 May 9:40
Former Coventry Telegraph health reporter Warren Manger has landed a job on the Sunday Mirror features desk after being a finalist at the British Journalism Awards.
By William Turvill 22 May 16:56
A Saudi cleric is suing The Guardian for unlimited damages claiming the paper has wrongly suggested he is an “extremist” sympathetic to al-Qaida.
By Dominic Ponsford 22 May 15:19
BBC Newsnight's spiked Jimmy Savile child abuse story was today named joint winner of the scoop of the year at the London Press Club.
By Axegrinder 22 May 12:26
Axegrinder almost feels sorry for Respect MP George Galloway. See this recent, rather whacky, early day motion from him.
Commons culture committee chair warns 'likely' jailing of UK journalists may send wrong message abroadBy Gavriel Hollander 22 May 9:11
The Conservative MP who chaired Westminster’s hacking inquiry has said that jailing journalists in the UK could send the wrong message abroad.
By William Turvill 22 May 7:11
Newly appointed Independent on Sunday editor Lisa Markwell has pledged to maintain the paper’s independence amid moves to integrate all three Evgeny Lebedev-owned national titles.
New police media guidelines place journalists in the "same bracket" as criminals, according to the Daily Mail.
The Independent is advertising for an internship lasting for 11 weeks on its website.
Police worker pocketed £32,000 after hiring Max Clifford to start tabloid bidding war over expenses storyBy Gavriel Hollander 21 May 9:10
A man who worked for a special protection unit of the Metropolitan Police sparked a tabloid bidding war over sent secret police expense claims, a court has heard.
Court of Appeal: Daily Mail did not infringe baby's privacy with report well-known politician was fatherBy Press Gazette 20 May 14:00
The Court of Appeal has said a Daily Mail story speculating that a well-known philandering politician was the father of a baby did not infringe the child’s right to privacy.
By William Turvill 20 May 10:20
National newspaper have refused to retract claims that one of David Cameron’s “closest allies” described Conservative activists as “mad, swivel-eyed loons”.
By Dominic Ponsford 20 May 9:26
Times foreign editor Richard Beeston has died of cancer aged 50.
Former Elle Macpherson advisor drops hacking case against News Int and faces 'very substantial' costsBy PA Mediapoint 17 May 16:09
A former adviser to model Elle Macpherson has discontinued her phone-hacking damages action.
The Financial Times has become the latest news organisation to be hacked by a group calling itself the Syrian Electronic Army.
By Gavriel Hollander 17 May 12:46
The Sun has removed a story from its website claiming that Chris Huhne had been bullied whilst in prison following a complaint to the Press Complaints Commission.
Axegrinder: £50 for a story and pic in the print edition of The Times...Twitter UK boss ducks libel questions...Daily Mail sees no bullying at BBCBy Axegrinder 17 May 9:21
£50 for Times contribution? ‘I would be ashamed’