By William Turvill | 16 Jul 2012

The BBC's Annual Report revealed a group surplus of £389m for the year to the end of March 2012, as the company seeks to build a "strong fi

By Cleland Thom | 16 Jul 2012

Journalists may expect to get better results when they request environmental information from public authorities in future.

By Cleland Thom | 10 Jul 2012

If you're planning a souvenir Olympic supplement with support advertising, remember there are strict legal guidelines that restrict the content. And you can expect them to be enforced.

By Cleland Thom | 10 Jul 2012

If anyone had any doubt that the Information Commissioner means business over new EU Cookie legislation, then the situation is very clear now.

By Press Gazette | 13 Jun 2012

Guardian Media Group has received an offer of around £50m for its radio business, which includes the Real Radio and Smooth Radio networks, according to a repo

By Press Gazette | 11 Jun 2012

The NUJ and several UK broadcasters have had their application for costs for the judicial review to overturn a production order by Essex Police upheld by the High Court.

By Press Gazette | 14 May 2012

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has attacked BBC newsrooms for being 'overwhelmingly biased to the Left'and said the new director-general should be a Tory.

By Cleland Thom | 14 May 2012

Time is running out for media webmasters to make sure their sites comply with EU cookie regulations that are being enforced from May 27.

By Cleland Thom | 08 May 2012

I have produced a free eBook to help journalists and publishers through the election legal minefield.

It covers every law that could be a problem in local election coverage, including:

By Press Gazette | 23 Apr 2012

The BBC Panorama programme has admitted employing the services of a jailed private detective who hacked emails for the News of the World.

By Emma | 17 Apr 2012

ITN Source will showcase the completion of its two year restoration project to digitise the ITN archive next month.

By Dominic Ponsford | 17 Apr 2012

GMG's costly experiment at launching a city-wide TV station - Channel M - has been shut down, two years after it was mothballed and maintained with a skeleton staff.

By Dominic Ponsford | 12 Apr 2012

News that the BBC beefed up security at Media City in Salford may come as a surprise to staff working in and around Television Centre in west London - which has around five times the amount of crime in its postcode W12 7RJ as that reported in Salf