To contact Press Gazette with a story call 0207 936 6433
or email email@example.com
To advertise, please call 0207 936 6764.
The Sun's former deputy news editor told a court it is "very standard journalistic practice" to invent quotes.
Ben O'Driscoll, 38, in Kingston Crown Court's Sun six trial, said reporters would be "huffy" if asked for the source of their stories.
O'Driscoll also revealed that he was given "two minutes" by his editor to leave the building on his last day before leaving The Sun for a rival.
He said yesterday that it is wrong to pay public officials for confidential information unless it is in "exceptional circumstances".
Scotland’s new pro-independence daily newspaper has announced plans to continue publishing beyond its pilot week.
Newsquest’s National launched on Monday this week, reporting a sell-out circulation of 60,000 on its first day.
The print run was increased to 100,000 on Tuesday and Press Gazette understands 80,000 copies were distributed on Wednesday.
The circulations of the Scotsman, Daily Record and Herald, according to the latest ABC figures, stand at 27,208, 204,214 and 37,728 respectively.
Cleveland Police is the fifth UK police force believed to have obtained telecoms data as part of a search for a media source.
The admission comes in a document which was "erroneously" released to Press Gazette in a Freedom of Information Act disclosure.
A Sun journalist denied to a court that he "acted unlawfully at all" by looking at the contents of an MP's Blackberry phone. (Picture: Shutterstock)
Nick Parker told the Old Bailey he had searched through Siobhain McDonagh's phone because he had been told there was evidence of "criminality" on it.
Michael Ankers is in the dock at the Old Bailey alongside him accused of stealing the phone and then trying to sell its contents for £10,000.
Former Government chief whip Andrew Mitchell has lost his High Court libel action against The Sun over the "Plebgate" incident.
Mitchell sued the News UK newspaper for libel last year over a September 2012 story which reported that he called police officers "fucking plebs".
The Sun based its report, which it said was substantially true, on the account given in his log by Pc Toby Rowland.
The Independent, Evening Standard and Telegraph websites were reportedly hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army today.
The Independent, which had both its main website and the i100 targeted, said sites using the Gigya comment platform were affected.
It said that the Gigya platform itself was not hacked and reported experts as saying “no user data is or was in jeopardy”. The Independent said the hackers entered the Gigya system at GoDaddy, the domain registrar that manages domain names.