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Report: Met stopped Leveson Inquiry from revealing claim senior cop sold secrets to News of the World in 2006By Press Gazette 20 May 14:38
The Evening Standard reports today that an un-named senior police officer may have sold information about senior goings-on at the Met Police to the News of the World in 2006.
BBC beats Mail Online and Guardian in top ten list of UK news websites to appear on Google news resultsBy William Turvill 20 May 10:58
The BBC website is more likely to show up in a Google news results search than any other UK news site, according to new figures.
By Gavriel Hollander 20 May 9:43
John Prescott has launched an attack on the BBC for its “ridiculous” wages and the cost of its relocation to Salford. The former Deputy Prime Minister used his regular Sunday Mirror column to criticise the taxpayer-funded broadcast after the National Audit Office last week unveiled its relocation bill.
The Financial Times has become the latest news organisation to be hacked by a group calling itself the Syrian Electronic Army.
By Press Gazette 17 May 10:27
Live video coverage of the Society of Editors Regional Press Awards.
By Press Gazette 16 May 14:11
The Times political reporter Anushka Asthana has moved to Sky News as political correspondent.
By Press Gazette 15 May 16:18
Two un-named Northern Ireland journalist have been issued with death threats by Loyalist paramilitaries, according to the NUJ.
By Gavriel Hollander 15 May 12:12
The organisers of the World Press Photo awards have insisted that the winning picture was not faked.
By Press Gazette 14 May 16:20
The Times and Sky News lead the way with ten nominations each in this year’s Online Media Awards organised by The Drum.
By William Turvill 14 May 12:50
Immediate Media is to launch a new pre-school title for girls, Blossom, next month.
David Frost: There is one level at least of middle management at the BBC that could be sacrificed and not replacedBy Dominic Ponsford 14 May 10:23
Veteran broadcast David Frost has suggested that new BBC director general needs to thin out BBC management.
A BBC radio presenter was taken off air midway through her broadcast after a listener accused her of sounding drunk.
By Press Gazette 13 May 13:35
Bloomberg’s top editor has Matthew Winkler has apologised after reporters for the agency used confidential information belonging to subscribers. The apology follows a complaint from Goldman Sachs that reporters had kept tabs on its partners by making use of private data found on the Bloomberg newswire terminals.
By Press Gazette 13 May 11:12
Three secret donors to press regulation campaign group Hacked Off have been revealed.
By Press Gazette 09 May 8:54
Former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan is to be executive producer on a new American TV series about Fleet Street in the 1970s.
News International is reported to be in talks to move its entire newspaper portfolio to a new London Bridge development in the shadow of the Shard.
NUJ lodges complaint over guidelines on behaviour in 'goldfish bowl' New Broadcasting House BBC newsroomBy Gavriel Hollander 08 May 15:50
Guidelines over staff behaviour in the BBC's New Broadcasting House newsroom have led to the NUJ lodging a complaint.
By William Turvill 08 May 12:09
The Manchester Evening News has produced a special live edition today as Manchester United announced the retirement of manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
By Gavriel Hollander 08 May 11:10
Alexander Lebedev, the owner of The Independent and Evening Standard, has been granted permission to travel, despite facing up to five years in jail over a televised assault.