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. His barrister told a judge in London today that four individuals had so far been identified since harassment proceedings were launched last year.
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.
By Paul McNally 07 March 7:22
Regional publisher Archant has claimed an almost 50 percent rise in operating profits in 2013 despite a fall in revenue.
By Ayub Nouinou 07 March 7:13
While regional newspaper print circulations plunged last year, figures released by ABC reveal booming website traffic.
By Paul McNally 07 March 7:07
The Guardian's US editor-in-chief Janine Gibson is to return to London this summer as a deputy editor and editor-in-chief of theguardian.com - and will be replaced in New York by current Guardian Australia editor Katharine Viner.
By PA Mediapoint 06 March 12:45
Rebekah Brooks denied today that she "cooked the books" to hide a £92,000 contract with a phone hacker when she was editor of the News of the World.
By Paul McNally 06 March 11:20
New data protection regulations due to be voted in the European parliament next week would "seriously undermine press freedom" unless they are re-worded to make newsgatherers exempt, campaigners have warned.
By Dominic Ponsford 06 March 10:05
The UK's biggest newspaper website and its fastest growing one are to merge it has been announced.
DMG Media yesterday announced the integration of Metro.co.uk and Mail Online "effective immediately".
By Ayub Nouinou 06 March 8:50
The trial of three Al Jazeera journalists jailed in Egypt has been adjourned until 24 March, according to Al Jazeera.
By Press Gazette 06 March 7:47
An American newsreader working for the Russian state-run television network Russia Today has resigned on-air over Russia's decision to send troops into the Ukraine.
By Dominic Ponsford 06 March 6:03
Membership of the National Union of Journalists declined sharply from 32,000 in 2012 to 29,500 last year.