By Paul McNally 11 March 16:08
Channel 4 says it hopes to host one of the televised debates in the run-up to next year's general election for the first time - after feeling "excluded" from the 2010 broadcasts by the BBC, Sky and ITV. Head of news and current affairs Dorothy Byrne told parliament that the three broadcasters involved in the debates at the last election had "accepted completely" that Channel 4 should be involved and it has attended its first meeting with the other three to start planning.
By PA Mediapoint 11 March 12:41
Nobody at the News of the World told the editor while she was on holiday that they thought Milly Dowler was alive and working in a factory in the Midlands, Rebekah Brooks told the hacking trial today.
By Press Gazette 11 March 11:52
A Swedish journalist has been killed in Kabul, and Afghan police say two suspects have been arrested, the Swedish Embassy has confirmed.
By Hamish Mackay 11 March 9:53
Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond is among those to have paid tribute to Press and Journal farming editor Joe Watson who has died aged 43.
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 Press Gazette 11 March 9:17
Mobile advertising revenue in the UK is set to overtake newspapers for the first time this year and will have overtaken all print advertising by 2015, a new study has claimed.
Judge in custody case involving drug-dealer dad says journalists have right to see skeleton argumentsBy PA Media Lawyer 11 March 9:03
Journalists should be given copies of written skeleton arguments when hearings are held in open court, a High Court judge has told lawyers.
By Press Gazette 11 March 8:40
The "broadly liberal" BBC has failed to be balanced on issues such as Europe and immigration and is "grotesquely over-managed", its own presenter John Humphrys has said in an interview.
By PA Media Lawyer 10 March 16:52
One Direction pop star Harry Styles has won permanent High Court orders against four paparazzi photographers in his legal battle to end the "crazy pursuit" of him.
By Axegrinder 10 March 16:44
Axegrinder was initially intrigued by the launch of new US news website Vox.com.
By Press Gazette 10 March 16:16
Journalists covering the political unrest in Ukraine are "facing increasing harassment and intimidation", two journalists' protection groups warned today.
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 Dominic Ponsford 10 March 10:36
BBC Middle East Jeremy Bowen has revealed that the corporation has received “plenty of complaints” from BBC viewers about the lack of images of dead bodies in its conflict reports.
By Paul McNally 10 March 9:55
A report into the future of BBC funding has recommended that the corporation make more money through commercial ventures - but the BBC has denied that a subscription-based service is another option being considered.
By Press Gazette 10 March 8:36
Free monthly music magazine The Fly, which was once the most-read music title in the UK, is to close after 15 years, its publisher has announced, but could continue online.
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 Press Gazette 08 March 21:22
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has hinted that new leaks are coming, although he gave no specifics on what these might be.
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 Ayub Nouinou 07 March 10:52
Senior BBC staff working in the commercial sector could earn double their six-figure wages, a senior BBC executive has claimed.
'We leave the boring stories to our rivals' - how a few regional newspapers are bucking the trend on print salesBy Ayub Nouinou 07 March 9:44
Only eight out of the 270 paid-for regional weekliy newspapers audited by ABC grew their sales last year. Press Gazette asked them how they did it.