By Press Gazette 18 June 10:19
Trinity Mirror has launched a new internal newswire service aimed to further share content between its various regional and national newspaper titles.
The BBC has been censured after writer Lynda La Plante used the word “retard” during an interview on Radio 4’s Today programme.
Boris Johnson is to follow in the footsteps of Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg by hosting an LBC radio show.
By William Turvill 12 June 11:16
Richard Desmond’s Express Newspapers has reportedly announced plans to create 40 online editorial jobs.
This week’s Time Out will feature some unexpected celebrities in the form of an exclusive Beano pull-out to celebrate 75 years of the iconic comic.
Young journalists across the UK will battle it out for the chance to have their column read by millions, in a Sun newspaper competition fronted by Myleene Klass and Amy Macdonald.
A Greek journalist could be jailed after he published a list of suspected tax dodgers.
Trinity Mirror’s Media Scotland is set to launch a new free newspaper title in Edinburgh.
The Washington Post is set to follow the example of its US rival the New York Times by introducing a metered paywall later this month.
By William Turvill 04 June 11:15
A warehouse fire has destroyed more than 225,000 copies of Time Out London meaning it will be distributed late for the first time in its history.
James Harding is to deliver one of his first public speeches since leaving The Times at the Journalists’ Charity’s annual lunch this summer.
By Press Gazette 31 May 10:46
Google is now the world’s largest media owner, according to ZenithOptimedia’s Top Thirty Global Media Owners report.
By Press Gazette 31 May 9:45
The trial of Russian media mogul Alexander Lebedev has taken a bizarre turn after the man he hit on live TV taunted him from a holiday hideout.
The Guardian has opened its own 'pop-up' coffee shop in east London.
By Press Gazette 29 May 12:56
Grant Lockhart, the last editor of the former Associated flagship title Weekend magazine, has died at 72 after a long illness.
A newspaper editor in Mauritius has reportedly been convicted for publishing photographs of a Northern Irish honeymooner murdered in her hotel.
By Press Gazette 29 May 11:27
Daily Telegraph writer Emily Bamber has reviewed the latest launch in the booming pre-school magazines sector – Blossom.
By William Turvill 28 May 16:19
Spectator columnist Rod Liddle has apologised for referring to the two men accused of the Woolwich terror attack as “black savages”.
Sunday Telegraph foreign correspondent Ronald Payne has died aged 87.
John Simpson reveals life-saving personal interventions: 'If you see somebody doing something really, really awful...you’ve got a duty to step in'By Press Gazette 28 May 12:07
BBC world affairs editor John Simpson has spoken about making two potentially live-saving personal interventions whilst reporting from trouble-spots.