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'Brilliant, brave, visionary... without apparently breaking a sweat': Alan Rusbridger steps down after 20 years as Guardian editorBy Dominic Ponsford and William Turvill | 29 May 2015
Alan Rusbridger steps down today after 20 years as Guardian editor, handing over the reins to deputy editor Katharine Viner. Under Rusbridger, The Guardian won newspaper of the year four times at the British Press Awards and last year it became the first UK newspaper to win the Pulitzer Prize for
Rusbridger: 'Fractured' press must remember 'sacred oath' to protect sources - 'we are at beginning of this fight'By Dominic Ponsford | 31 Mar 2015
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger has called on the UK’s “fractured press” to defend its “sacred oath” to protect sources.
By Dominic Ponsford | 24 Mar 2015
It says something something about the lack of diversity at the top of British journalism that much has been made of the fact The Guardian’s new editor went to state school and is a woman.
By William Turvill | 20 Mar 2015
The current US editor-in-chief is to replace Alan Rusbridger when he stands down this summer.
By Dominic Ponsford | 19 Mar 2015
The UK’s top national newspaper editors have shared their tips on what makes a good journalist for press marketing body Newsbrands.
By William Turvill | 05 Mar 2015
Viner, editor-in-chief of Guardian US, was among four candidates who chose to take part in a hustings process for the position.
By Dominic Ponsford | 20 Jan 2015
Today is the final day of a six-week consultation on a draft Home Office code on use of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act.
Journalists to vote on Guardian editorship, but Scott Trust 'retains right to choose candidate irrespective of result'By William Turvill | 19 Dec 2014
The title today reports that the process will include an “indicative ballot which would guarantee the winner a place on the shortlist for the job”.
By Axegrinder | 15 Dec 2014
The Catholic church is not the most transparent of organisations but even it will reveal how a Pope is chosen (although what happens inside the the Sistine Chapel remains secret).
By William Turvill | 10 Dec 2014
Rusbridger announced this afternoon he is to take up the role of chair of the Scott Trust, which owns the newspaper group, in 2016.
Rusbridger wins 'alternative Nobel', TV titles merger, new BBC sport editor, Bath Chron redesign - #nibsBy William Turvill | 22 Sep 2014
A round-up of this week's job moves, business shake-ups and award wins.
£60 a month for 'backstage pass' as Guardian unveils membership scheme and plan to open 30,000 sq ft events 'space'By William Turvill | 10 Sep 2014
The newspaper group is inviting members to become ‘friends’, free of charge, ‘partners’ for £15 a month or ‘patrons’ for £60 a month.
Alan Rusbridger: Source confidentiality is 'in peril' and needs 'urgent action' to combat state spyingBy William Turvill | 09 Sep 2014
Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger has called for "urgent action" to protect journalists' sources after last week's revelation that the Met Police had spied on the phone records of Sun political editor Tom Newton Dunn.
By Axegrinder | 27 Jun 2014
Former Sun managing editor Richard Caseby, now PR boss for the Deparment of Work and Pensions, was so exasperated by inaccuracies which appeared in The Guardian about his department that he wrote a rather intemperate comment piece in Press Gazette.
Head of Civil Service: Caseby's comments in PG on Guardian and IPSO 'beyond what I would expect of a civil servant'By William Turvill | 26 Jun 2014
In a letter, Sir Bob Kerslake told the newspaper’s editor, Alan Rusbridger, that Caseby, director of communications for the Department of Work and Pensions, had been spoken to about the piece, published by Press Gazette last month.
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger describes paywall approach of rivals as a '19th century business model'By William Turvill | 05 Jun 2014
He has said that form a journalistic viewpoint, The Guardian’s “open” online strategy – giving away content for free – is “light years” better, although he did not say for sure that this will be the best strategy commercially.
By Richard Caseby | 19 May 2014
Whatever else, most people would agree that welfare reform is complex and challenging.
By William Turvill and Press Association | 16 May 2014
The media organisations have told David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg (pictured, right to left: Reuters) the plan would help engage the public in a more interactive way than the TV debates held before the 2010 contest.
By Press Association and Press Gazette | 15 Apr 2014
Andy Coulson said he would have turned down Edward Snowden's leaked information if he had been offered it when he was editor of the News of the World.
Rusbridger on how no journalist's sources are safe, joining IPSO and why he would have kept News of the World openBy Dominic Ponsford | 28 Mar 2014
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger warned today that is almost impossible for journalists to maintain the confidentiality of their sources because of the threat of surveillance.