Kidman sues Mail
Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman has launched a legal battle for damages after complaining about a story in the Daily Mail. She is suing Associated Newspapers, editor Paul Dacre and deputy showbiz editor Nicola Lampert for damages and aggravated damages over a story that appeared spread over three pages on 6 March.
Nelson heads GQ in US
GQ has named Jim Nelson as the new editor-in-chief of its US edition. He succeeds legendary editor Art Cooper, who is leaving after 20 years. As executive editor, Nelson was Cooper's number two. Before joining GQ as a senior editor in 1997, he worked for CNN and Harpers magazine.
P and J's new lifestyle
The Press and Journal, Aberdeen, has launched a Saturday lifestyle tabloid pullout. Your Life, which features food, fashion, travel, books, arts and lifestyle, is edited by Sonja Cox.
New role for Currie
Lysanne Currie, left, editorial director of Sugar, Elle Girl and TV Hits!, has been put in charge of Hachette's teen portfolio as head of publishing. She will report directly to Kevin Hand, chairman of Hachette Filipacchi UK. Sarah Vickery, who previously worked on Emap's teen and women's titles, has joined Hachette as publisher of Sugar, TV Hits! and Elle Girl. The moves come less than a month after Hachette managing director Vivien Cotterill was made redundant. Chairman Marjoribanks
Brian Marjoribanks has been appointed non-executive chairman of Scottish Television's regional board. Marjoribanks, head of the Independent Television Commission in Scotland, leads a board that advises executives of Scottish TV on regional issues, ensuring it complies with the terms of its ITC licence.
Dailly joins Grampian
Stefani Dailly has joined the reporting team of Grampian Television's news programme North Tonight as a sports reporter. Dundee-born Dailly, 24, the sister of Scottish soccer star Christian Dailly, was a trainee reporter and deputy head of news at Radio Tay.
O splits into three
O magazine, the title read by customers of Orange mobile phones, has a new look. The redesign, by John Brown Citrus Publishing, sees the magazine split into three sections - Orange Services, themed editorial and news and offers.
DVD Review's 50th
DVD Review is celebrating its 50th issue. Publisher Paragon says the biggest seller was its 44th issue with its "Attack of the Clones" cover which sold more than 54,000 copies. The 50th issue is out on 3 April.
Let's Talk editor
Press Gazette stated on 21 March that the editor of Let's Talk Suffolk was Anna Gould. It is, in fact, Anne Gould and the Norfolk edition's new editor, Gwyn Jones, is female, not male.