By Emilio Casalicchio 03 February 10:27
News yesterday that three BBC journalists were questioned by police for flying a drone at Davos last month followed the arrest in Surrey of a freelance journalist who flew a drone near the scene of a fatal fire. Here Press Gazette takes a look at the use of journalism drones in the UK and finds how journalists can use them responsibly
By William Turvill 19 January 11:20
Founded by a husband and wife in north-west London in 1954, Rex now has offices in London and Los Angeles and partner agencies in more than 40 countries.
Drone photographer to sue police for false imprisonment after arrest at scene of Surrey caravan fireBy Dominic Ponsford 07 January 16:32
A photojournalist arrested for breach of the peace after flying his drone near the scene of a fatal fire is planning to sue Surrey Police for wrongful arrest and false imprisonment.
By Dominic Ponsford 06 January 9:21
Parliament is today set to hear a call for the Government to consider banning unpixelated pictures of children from appearing in newspapers without the consent of parents.
By Press Gazette 18 December 11:55
Manchester-based news agency Cavendish Press has won an apology from the HM Courts and Tribunal Service after one of its journalists was ordered by security staff to delete pictures she took of a defendant as she stood on a pavement outside a courthouse.
By Emily Shackleton 15 December 11:46
Newsquest has axed two of its long-standing weekly editors in a structural shake up of its Gloucestershire publications.
By Emily Shackleton 11 December 9:55
Reuters and Newsquest photographers are to lose their jobs in the latest round of staff cuts.
Sun picture editor lived in fear of sack from 'not always rational but always demanding' editor Brooks, court hearsBy Court News UK 01 December 15:53
The Sun's picture editor made "hardly any" checks when approving cash payments to a long-serving reporter's source, a court heard.
More Johnston Press photography roles at risk, with northern staffers set to lose jobs before ChristmasBy William Turvill 06 November 9:25
The publisher has axed a number of photography positions over the last year, including in Scotland, the Midlands and the South Publishing Unit - where ten jobs were put at risk last month.
By William Turvill 13 October 11:54
There have been a number of photographer job losses across JP over the last year, including in Scotland, the Midlands and the North West. Overall, the publisher axed 1,600 jobs over 2012 and 2013.
By PA Mediapoint 13 October 10:09
The lengthy piece was included in the fourth issue of IS's Dabiq magazine and carries the headline: "The real story behind my videos."
By William Turvill 09 October 10:37
An email from associate editor Wayne Ankers told them there would be no shifts available from next week. He later revised this statement, after being told it was the paper’s policy to give one month’s notice to freelances.
By Press Gazette 30 September 8:14
Islamic extremists have released another propaganda video appearing to feature British journalist John Cantlie.
By PA Mediapoint 23 September 10:35
The clip - the second showing the journalist to be circulated by Islamic State militants in less than a week - emerged in the early hours of this morning, according to reports.
Photojournalist publishes book on his experiences from the 'inner circle' of covering Fred and Rose West storyBy William Turvill 04 August 11:35
The story dominated Michael Charity’s work over an 18-month period which ended with the couple being charged with multiple murders.
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette 23 July 11:28
The toddler son of singer Adele (pictured above, Reuters) has accepted a five-figure sum in damages in settlement of a privacy case brought by his parents over paparazzi photos of his "milestone moments".
By Cleland Thom 10 July 13:17
Police are to investigate the alleged assault and intimidation of a journalist who was taking photos after a road accident in Scotland.
By PA Mediapoint 25 June 8:18
The apology followed an incident on Monday when Evans was ordered by an official, who he initially thought was a police officer, to delete footage he had taken while covering a protest at Sheffield railway station by a group of pensioners.
Tributes to Fleet Street photographer who made his name covering 1980s glitterati, the late Gabor ScottBy Press Gazette 17 June 14:55
Fleet Street photographer Gabor Scott who chronicled the New Romantic pop scene in the 1980s and once pictured Prince Harry giving him 'the finger' has died aged 65.
Broadcast hack to news agency: We want your green puppy pictures. Money? We don't pay for content that's gone viralBy Axegrinder 13 June 15:17
Austria-based Central European News agency has had some excuses from media companies that want to re-use its hard-work for free, but this one from a US TV show takes the biscuit.