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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 PA Media Lawyer 03 July 15:18
Sarah Hannon only became aware four years later of the precise circumstances of how the article in the newspaper came to be published, solicitor Nicola McCann told Mr Justice Mann at London's High Court.
By William Turvill 03 July 13:36
The Sun has told how darts champion Phil “The Power” Taylor attempted to prevent it from publishing an interview with his daughters
By William Turvill 03 July 11:10
The Guardian is launching an editorial office in San Francisco (pictured, Shutterstock).
By Dominic Ponsford 03 July 10:49
Three national newspapers have been censured by press regulator IPSO over inaccurate reports of a court case.
By William Turvill and Rushabh Haria 03 July 9:51
The BBC is coming under pressure from politicians and other media outlets over its use of the term ‘Islamic State’.
By William Turvill 03 July 8:05
The frequency of Metropolitan Police press leak investigations nearly tripled in the year the Leveson Inquiry started, new figures show. Between 2005 and 2010 there were no more than ten probes carried out by the force in any one year. However, it 2011 - the year the phone-hacking scandal erupted and the Leveson Inquiry was started - there were 27.
By PA Media Lawyer 02 July 17:22
The News Media Association - which represents the national, regional and local newspaper and magazine industries - has called on the Independent Police Complaints Commission to reconsider its rejection of a complaint by a reporter who was issued with a harassment notice.
By Rory Tingle 02 July 16:38
News Corp has given £100,000 in donations to UK-based charities.
By Rory Tingle 02 July 13:58
A Northern Irish daily newspaper is to introduce a metered paywall for its newly relaunched website.
By William Turvill 02 July 13:05
Press Gazette revealed earlier this year that Trinity – which publishes the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, Sunday People as well as a number of regional and local titles – was seeking to buy Local World.
By William Turvill 02 July 12:22
The cuts, announced by director general Tony Hall this morning, are expected to see people in the highest grades of employment at the BBC lose their jobs.
By Dominic Ponsford 02 July 12:14
Despite being found not guilty of hacking, former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis says the prosecution has cost him his life savings, his marriage and four years of his life.
By William Turvill 02 July 10:47
The BBC is to cut more than 1,000 jobs, including many managerial roles, because of a £150 million shortfall in its licence fee income, sources said.
By Dominic Ponsford 02 July 9:38
Former News of the World senior executive editor Alex Marunchak has said that he is stuck in a sort of English “Guantanamo” nearly three years after his arrest on suspicion of computer hacking.
By PA Mediapoint 02 July 8:33
The BBC will continue to use the term Islamic State to describe the jihadist group in order to maintain the broadcaster's impartiality, its director general has said.
By Rory Tingle 01 July 16:03
But he admitted there is still a need for longer and more researched work, as no one has “fully nailed” how digital publishing will change in the future.
By Rushabh Haria 01 July 14:45
Telegraph art critic Richard Dorment said he leaves the paper with "great gratitude" after 29 years of "writing about things that I liked, more than I didn't like".
By Rory Tingle 01 July 14:02
A website and magazine dedicated to "positive" journalism has raised nearly £170,000 in crowdfunding.
By William Turvill 01 July 13:35
A BBC source said there is “real panic” among BBC managers ahead of a speech from director general Tony Hall in which he is expected to announce more job cuts.

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