By Press Gazette 06 March 14:33
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife, Carla Bruni, are filing a complaint for privacy violations after personal conversations recorded by an ex-aide were released on a French news website.
By Paul McNally 06 March 9:45
Scottish broadcaster STV has reported a 43 percent annual rise in traffic to its online news coverage in the run-up to the referendum on Scottish independence.
By Jack Fenwick 05 March 10:37
A host on the state-funded Russia Today channel has spoken out against the Kremlin's military aggression in Ukraine.
By Jack Fenwick 05 March 9:56
The New York Times has corrected a 161 year-old article that misspells the name of '12 Years a Slave' subject Solomon Northup.
By Ayub Nouinou 04 March 11:43
The Duke of York will attend the Society of Editors regionals' seminar at the Forest of Arden Hotel in the West Midlands on Monday 7 April 2014.
Former science journalist and broadcaster Tom Margerison has died at the age of 90.
By Paul McNally 04 March 8:12
An alliance of public service broadcasters from all over Europe is preparing to air the first-ever live televised debate between would-be presidents of the European Commission.
By Ayub Nouinou 03 March 16:59
Over 80 members of staff employed by the BBC are still receiving at least £150,000 in annual salaries, according to the Sunday Times. These revelations have provoked accusations against the new director-general that he will fail to meet the promises to diminish excessive pay at the broadcasting corporation.
By Jack Fenwick 03 March 16:22
After criticism that the Corporation isn't diverse enough, a new journalism apprenticeship scheme is to be launched by the BBC later this year.
By Ayub Nouinou 03 March 14:40
Global alternative culture magazine publisher and media company Vice this week announced a major expansion of its news operation online with a focus on video.
By Jack Fenwick 03 March 12:32
Veteran Nottinghamshire-based journalist John Hobson has died at the age of 76.
By Press Gazette 03 March 11:06
Archant London has announced the closure of a free fortnightly property title for East London with immediate effect, after 15 years of publication.
By Darren Boyle 27 February 10:54
Trinity Mirror has appointed Toby Chapman to the new role of group development editor.
By Press Gazette 26 February 11:23
Culture Secretary Maria Miller has warned internet trolls to expect arrest if they threaten or insult people online.
By Press Gazette 26 February 11:12
The former editor of a Hong Kong newspaper whose abrupt dismissal in January sparked protests over press freedom is in critical condition after being hacked by an attacker with a meat cleaver.
By Darren Boyle 24 February 18:00
An 80-year-old journalist has been granted the Freedom of Kingston after 40 years of service with the Surrey Comet newspaper.
By Darren Boyle 24 February 13:35
ITV News at Ten presenter Julie Etchingham will host the Society of Editors’ awards ceremony for British journalism on 1 April.
By Darren Boyle 20 February 10:10
The Sunday People is launching a new glossy magazine this weekend featuring celebrities, recipes and fashion.
By Darren Boyle 19 February 9:57
University boffins are developing a lie-detector for Twitter that will allow journalists to determine whether a message is truthful.
By Press Gazette 17 February 15:18
Richard Fletcher today joined The Times as business editor after two years working as editor of the Telegraph website.