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.
Editors, production journalists and photographers at risk as CN Group seeks to cut editorial budget by £600kBy William Turvill 09 February 17:08
CN Group has announced plans to reduce its annual editorial costs by £600,000, with editors, production journalists and photographers at risk.
By Dominic Ponsford 09 February 16:53
Age UK and Energy company Eon are suspending a branded energy tariff aimed at the elderly following a Sun investigation. The tabloid revealed on its front page last week the Age UK deal sold to pensioners for dual fuel was £245 a year more expensive than the cheapest offers on the market. It said that Age UK was paid £3.6m a year by Eon.
By PA Mediapoint 09 February 14:31
Walker, who currently hosts Afternoon Edition on BBC Radio 5 Live and Football Focus on BBC One, said he was "thrilled" to join the BBC's daily morning news programme.
'Snoopers' charter' draft bill must go further to protect journalistic material – parliamentary committeeBy William Turvill 09 February 13:45
Laws to protect journalistic material are not "applied consistently" in the draft Investigatory Powers Bill and should be improved on, a parliamentary inquiry has concluded.
By James Brownsell 09 February 12:20
If you were faced with the prospect of having your fingernails pulled out for scribbling some graffiti on a wall, or having your head caved in with rocks because someone said you were gay, not being able to get a decent newspaper may come some way down your list of civil complaints.
By William Turvill 09 February 11:36
The owner of The Guardian and equity group Apax are to share £80m following the stock market flotation of business publisher and events company Ascential.
Media groups lose Court of Appeal bid to lift ban on reporting details of Tony Blair plot terror trialBy PA Mediapoint 09 February 11:26
Media organisations today lost a challenge against continuing restrictions on reporting a terrorism trial which was held in conditions of unprecedented secrecy.
By William Turvill 09 February 9:30
The publisher has divided its business into 11 regions, each with its own managing director and editor-in-chief.
By William Turvill 09 February 8:00
The tech website, founded in 2000, now claims to attract 23m unique users a month, including 5m in the UK.
Hewlett Packard defends 'threat' email sent to FT: 'No reporter should be above hearing feedback from advertisers'By Dominic Ponsford 08 February 16:35
Tech company Hewlett Packard has hit back after being accused by FT columnist Lucy Kellaway of sending her an aggressive email.
Former Sun head of news returns to media four years after start of Elveden ordeal with senior PR roleBy Dominic Ponsford 08 February 16:15
Former Sun head of news Chris Pharo has joined PR agency 72Point as chief operations officer.
By Dominic Ponsford 08 February 15:31
Dozens of photographers look set to lose their jobs as titles in the Local World group shift towards relying on reader photos and reporters taking pictures on their phones.
Idea shower alert: PG readers deliver actionable insights on the PR phrases they hate (including 'hello')By William Turvill 08 February 14:03
This morning, Press Gazette reported on a survey conducted by Houston PR naming journalists' top ten most hated PR jargon phrases. The list included "growthacking", "synergy" and the phrase "circle back".
By William Turvill 08 February 11:58
Journalists who work in the consumer magazine sector are the happiest in the industry, a survey has found.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal hits back, telling journalist: 'You are getting the sack tomorrow'By William Turvill 08 February 10:52
Van Gaal (pictured above, Reuters) was speaking to journalists at a press conference after a late Diego Costa equaliser saw his team draw 1-1 with Chelsea.
FT columnist warned of harm to 'relationships with advertisers' by PR after column about Hewlett Packard EnterpriseBy Dominic Ponsford 08 February 10:13
A Financial Times journalist was warned about affecting "relationships with advertisers" after she wrote a piece poking fun at Hewlett Packard Enterprise's chief executive.
By William Turvill 08 February 9:35
Some 60 per cent of 1,735 British adults surveyed by Yougov said they supported the idea, including 31 per cent who said they had "strong" support for it.
By Dominic Ponsford 08 February 9:30
A Croydon Advertiser reporter has been given permission to take his fight against being giving a police harassment notice to a judicial review.
News Corp hacking scandal costs total $7m for last three months of 2015, up 40 per cent on previous quarterBy William Turvill 05 February 16:23
The company's second quarter results showed this figure was $7m (£4.8m) for its second quarter, up from $5m in the first, to September 2015.