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By William Turvill | 14 Jul 2014
The podcast, along with the Music Weekly audio show, was axed by The Guardian at the end of May.
By William Turvill | 11 Jul 2014
David Drummond (pictured, Reuters), who is also the company’s senior vice-president for corporate development, said that it has received 70,000 take-down requests covering 250,000 web pages since May.
By Axegrinder | 09 Jul 2014
Lord Prescott wrote to the paper after he judged a Polly Toynbee comment piece about his “colleague and good friend Dennis Skinner” to be “unfair” and inaccurate.
By William Turvill | 08 Jul 2014
Martinson, who was editor of the paper’s media section between 2007 and 2010, will take up the role on 8 September.
By William Turvill | 07 Jul 2014
Nardelli will start in September and replaces James Ball, who is now special projects editor.
One year after launch, Guardian Australia on track to turn a profit (after it has repaid backer Graeme Wood)By Dominic Ponsford | 03 Jul 2014
Just over a year after launch The Guardian claims its Australia edition is on course to turn a profit.
By Axegrinder | 30 Jun 2014
Costing £20 each, the plain Egyptian cotton (ethically sourced, of course) items feature catchy slogans making digs at the Daily Mail, the red tops and GCHQ.
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.
CPS, police, Guardian and 'Twitter's know-nothing trolls' come under Sun attack following Rebekah Brooks verdictBy William Turvill | 25 Jun 2014
An editorial, headlined “CPS on trial”, declared the verdict a “triumph for British justice and two fingers up to the baying mob”. The newspaper’s front page pictured Brooks outside the Old Bailey yesterday with the headline: “GREAT DAY FOR RED TOPS”.
By William Turvill | 25 Jun 2014
Nick Davies, the journalist who broke the phone-hacking story, claims on the front page of the paper today that Murdoch was first contacted by detectives last year to arrange questioning but that a request from his lawyers to hold off until the end of the phone-hacking trial was agreed to.
By Press Gazette | 24 Jun 2014
Hot on the heels of the news that Google's wearable technology platform Google Glass is now available in the UK (Sky News), The Guardian has launched Guardian for Glass.
FT managing editor says Candy Crush now a competitor as survey says a third of Britons access news on mobilesBy William Turvill | 13 Jun 2014
Speaking at a digital news conference, Robert Shrimsley spoke of the “constant fight for attention” that news organisations face on mobile.
A year on Guardian continues to face derision from Fleet Street rivals over Edward Snowden revelationsBy Dominic Ponsford | 06 Jun 2014
A year after The Guardian’s first Edward Snowden revelations the paper this week faced renewed derision from rival newspapers in the UK.
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 William Turvill | 28 May 2014
The Guardian's cover price has nearly quadrupled in ten years over a period in which the newspaper has lost 50 per cent of its circulation.
By William Turvill | 22 May 2014
Executive editor of Opinion Jonathan Freedland was awarded the special prize for his writing, including for articles on Lee Rigby and Margaret Thatcher.
By Dominic Ponsford | 20 May 2014
The Guardian’s assistant editor Michael White last night accused a senior civil servant of being a “pit bull” who was pursuing a “personal vendetta” against his newspaper.
By William Turvill | 19 May 2014
Chris Elliott has revealed that the paper received 65 letters critical of the column. His office, meanwhile, received 20 complaints, and the online article got 1,500 comments, the “overwhelming majority" of which were negative.
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.