By William Turvill 18 June 16:40
The short questionnaire (below) is intended to give journalists the opportunity to vent their frustrations and sing the praises of their place of work.
By Jack Fenwick 26 November 17:19
The editor of Shortlist, the UK’s most read men’s lifestyle magazine, has said he doesn’t think a paid-for men’s title will be launched again in the UK.
By PA Mediapoint 26 November 15:28
A former Broadmoor Hospital worker has been jailed for eight months for selling stories to The Sun about notorious patients including the Yorkshire Ripper. Robert Neave, 62, had worked at the top security psychiatric hospital in Berkshire since 1980 and was aware of his duty of confidentiality. But in September 2007, the healthcare nursing assistant contacted the tabloid and offered information about Peter Sutcliffe as well as Rachel Nickell's killer Robert Napper.
By Jack Fenwick 26 November 13:57
A new study claims to highlight the success of a campaign to increase the number of female experts on news programmes.
By William Turvill 26 November 10:49
Lord Justice Leveson has defended his inquiry into the press, telling an interviewer: "I just did what I was supposed to do."
By William Turvill 26 November 8:43
The Times has issued a correction after following up on The Sun’s poll finding that “one in five British Muslims has sympathy for Isis”.
By William Turvill 25 November 13:17
The government's interception of communications regulator has confirmed that Police Scotland unlawfully accessed phone records to find journalistic sources without judicial approval.
By William Turvill 25 November 11:17
The story, which featured on the newspaper’s front page on Monday, was based on a Survation poll of 1,000 British Muslims.
By Dominic Ponsford and PA Mediapoint 25 November 11:10
The reports were prompted by an undercover investigation in which Heidi Blake and Jonathan Calvert, the newspaper's Insight Team, met Yeo for lunch at Nobu restaurant posing as representatives of a Far East solar energy company.
By Jack Fenwick 25 November 10:43
The Financial Times claimed five prizes at the 2015 Comment Awards this week.
By William Turvill 25 November 9:38
Mail Online revenue growth of 18 per cent failed to offset a 7 per cent turnover dip experienced by the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday in the year to 30 September.
By William Turvill 24 November 17:43
When Paul Dacre, 67, retires from the Daily Mail, Witherow, 63, will be the longest-standing national newspaper editor.
By PA Media Lawyer 24 November 15:53
Scott Chapman, 44, of Corby, Northamptonshire, was due for retrial at the Old Bailey but at the 11th hour admitted a charge of misconduct in a public office between 1 March 2010 20 and June 2011.
By William Turvill 24 November 11:49
Bushe, who will start as editor on 1 December, replaces Rankin Armstrong, who has retired after a 44-year career in journalism.
By PA Mediapoint 24 November 8:24
The Government has announced £85m extra funding for the BBC World Service to help "uphold global democracy".
By Dominic Ponsford 24 November 7:15
David Steen,considered one of the great Fleet Street photographers of his time, has died aged 79.
By Dominic Ponsford 23 November 16:09

On 22 November 1965 UK Press Gazette published its first edition.

Launched by publisher Colin Valdar, and first editor David North, it proclaimed proudly on that first front page:

By William Turvill 23 November 14:37
Cleveland Police has been accused of using the phone records of a Northern Echo journalist to identify a member of the public as a source.
By PA Mediapoint 23 November 13:49
A complaint that a Daily Telegraph story headlined "Gove could not get X-ray for broken foot" was inaccurate has been upheld by Ipso, the Independent Press Standards organisation.
By PA Mediapoint 23 November 8:28
Tony Hall is to become the first director general of the BBC to argue for full external regulation.