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Monthly lifestyle, business and news magazine Monocle has launched a weekly show on its internet radio network - Monocle 24 - showcasing and celebrating the best in print media.
The Sunday Times reports that its owner News Corp is looking to launch a rival to Auto Trader.
The Guardian's Simon Rogers has won the online category in the the Royal Statistical Society's (RSS) annual journalism awards.
Independent journalist Guy Adams has accused Twitter of undermining its "entire raison d'etre" by suspending his account.
The Financial Times made much of the news last week that paid-for online subscriptions have now exceeded print circulation for th
The anonymous blogger behind a Twitter account parodying Northcliffe managing director Steve Auckland "unSteveDorkland" has broken cover to pen a blog post detailing the reasons behind their actions.
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.
If anyone had any doubt that the Information Commissioner means business over new EU Cookie legislation, then the situation is very clear now.
Media who sell tweets to advertisers as part of advertising deals will be encouraged by a recent ruling by the Advertising Standards Authority.
If you're planning to publish user-generated content from spectators at the Olympic Games, it's best to have your solicitor on standby.
Former Western Daily Press editor Terry Manners has launched a video news website with his son Justin based in Malta.