By Dominic Ponsford 29 April 11:59
The BBC claims that the total audience for its international services has grown 12 per cent year on year to 348 million.
By John Reynolds 27 April 15:40
Stefano Hatfield, the former executive editor of the i newspaper and launch editor of the now defunct londonpaper, has left his role as editor-in-chief of High50, the online community for over 50s.
By John Reynolds 27 April 12:35
An editor of a local weekly paper who has retired after 18 years in the job says journalism is still a “great industry” to get into offering “more opportunities” than ever.
By John Reynolds 26 April 18:21
The royal editor of The Sun Duncan Larcombe, who was found not guilty of paying a former sergeant for scoops on Prince William and Harry last year, is to leave the paper.
By John Reynolds 26 April 14:24
Steve Auckland is leaving his role as chief executive of ESI Media, the publisher of the Independent, the London Evening Standard and London Live TV
By Dominic Ponsford 26 April 13:54
The latest in a series of Sun stories about the behaviour of BBC Top Gear host and Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans has led the BBC to accuse the tabloid of printing "unfounded nonsense".
Pic courtesy of the Guardian
By John Reynolds 26 April 12:47
Alan Rusbridger, the former editor of the Guardian, has been appointed chairman of the steering committee at The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
By Dominic Ponsford 25 April 14:28

Who says there's no money in journalism?

By Dominic Ponsford 25 April 10:40

Shortlists for the Society of Editors Regional Press Awards for 2015 have been announced with the winners to be revealed at the awards lunch in London on 20 May 2016.

By PA Mediapoint 22 April 12:46
Boris Johnson has come under fire over his attack on the "part-Kenyan" US president Barack Obama.
By John Reynolds 21 April 15:21
The Telegraph has been found to have breached Clause One (accuracy) of the Editors’ Code for an article which was published on in March 2015.
By John Reynolds 20 April 13:28
The Angling Times is ditching its newspaper format after 63 years and is being revamped as a glossy magazine after carping from readers that the old format was proving too unwieldy to read on the river bank.
By Sponsored feature 20 April 11:29
Bournemouth University has been teaching multimedia journalism for 24 years as part of one of the biggest university media & communication faculties in Europe.
By John Reynolds 19 April 14:58
Associated Press (AP) has won the Pulitzer Prize for public Ssrvice journalism for its international investigation into the fishing industry in Southeast Asia which was credited with helping to free 2,000 slaves.
By John Keenan 19 April 9:35
Neil Allen, chief sports writer with the Portsmouth News, said the final whistle of the football season could signal the demise of the Sports Mail. The weekly title has a circulation of 2,700 which Allen says is too few to guarantee survival.
By John Keenan 18 April 15:51

An award-winning former national newspaper editor has been immortalised on vinyl and CD.

"Alan Rusbridger" is the new album from Hamburg-based duo Woog Riots.

By Press Gazette 18 April 12:30
A former regional newspaper group editor turned successful author has died.
By John Reynolds 15 April 17:27
Financial Times chief foreign affairs columnist Gideon Rachman has scooped the €10,000 European Press Prize commentator award.
By Dominic Ponsford 15 April 12:42
Two of the leading daily editors in the Local World group of newspapers, which were bought by Trinity Mirror in a deal which valued the group at £220m at the end of last year, are to leave.
By Dominic Ponsford 15 April 12:15
Some 32 local newspaper campaigns have been put forward to a public vote by the News Media Association to have a chance of winnings its Making a Difference Award.