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The 'broadsheets' lead the tabloid press by 73 nominations to 48 in this year's Press Awards.
Guardian journalist Nick Davies refused to yield to demands for an apology from former New of the World staff at a Sky News debate today.
A piece in the FT today sheds a little more light on the financials of Guardian News and Media as it seeks to stem losses running at over £33m a year.
The Washington correspondent of The Guardian likened the expansion of the paper's US offering to its 1964 relocation from Manchester to London.
City University has presented Guardian data journalist Simon Rogers with its inaugural XCity Award.
The Times published a Wikileaks cable story today that The Guardian deemed too sensitive to use, according to the latter paper's investigations editor.
Full statement from The Guardian in reaction to the media select committee report on phone-hacking:
The ongoing spat between the Telegraph and the Guardian has been entertaining. But I wonder whether it might be drawing to a close.
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger's Cudlipp Lecture was a highly intelligent and thoughtful defence of the free-for-all open access content policy at The
The Guardian and the Telegraph appeared to be locked in something of a tit for tat battle.
Producers working for two newspaper organisations have been nominated for the inaugural Radio Production Awards for the quality of their online shows.