By Press Gazette 12 March 9:41
More than 160,000 websites powered by the blogging platform Wordpress have been hijacked by hackers, it has emerged.
By Press Gazette 12 March 9:08
Susanna Reid has been crowned newsreader of the year at the Television and Radio Industries Club (TRIC) awards - days after announcing her move to ITV.
By Cleland Thom 11 March 15:33
Journalists rarely have to worry about prejudicing inquests. Although the hearings are covered by the Contempt of Court Act 1981, it’s unusual for a report to create a substantial risk of serious prejudice … especially as coroners do not often sit with juries.
By Press Gazette 11 March 11:23
Channel 4's future has been secured for another 10 years with broadcast regulator Ofcom agreeing to extend its licence until 2025.
The Times is launching a 'wealth management' service, it was announced today.
By Dominic Ponsford 10 March 10:36
BBC Middle East Jeremy Bowen has revealed that the corporation has received “plenty of complaints” from BBC viewers about the lack of images of dead bodies in its conflict reports.
By Paul McNally 10 March 9:14
A consortium of five US newspaper companies including Newsquest parent company Gannett is hoping for a Guardian/Auto Trader-style windfall with plans to sell the classifieds website cars.com.
By Press Gazette 10 March 8:56
The response from US and British authorities to the Guardian's publication of the Edward Snowden files has taught all journalists to be "paranoid" about their online security, Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger has said.
By Press Gazette 07 March 12:13
The BBC's governing body, the BBC Trust, has appointed Jon Zeff from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport to be its new £180,000-a-year director.
By Press Gazette 07 March 11:41
Barclays has spoken of its "regret" over a memo suggesting its branches switch their television channels away from TV news channels as the story broke of the banking giant's pay and bonuses.
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.