By Dominic Ponsford 19 September 11:13
Mail Online, Metro and the Mirror all attract more readers to their websites from mobiles than they do personal computers.
By Press Gazette 18 September 12:15
Mail Online continued its position as by far the most popular UK newspaper website in August 2014 attracting some 11.3 million browsers per day.
By William Turvill 17 September 8:49
Google has removed the link to the 2003 story, about Tim Blackstone, under certain search terms.
By William Turvill 12 September 8:20
The Worcester News has now republished the photograph, which will be hidden from EU Google sites under certain search terms, reporting on the successful request.
By William Turvill 09 September 5:23
More than 80 stories across the national press and BBC websites have been subject to ‘right to be forgotten’ removals.
By William Turvill 09 September 4:20
Searching ‘Ray Stewart’, a former Scotland, Dundee United and West Ham United player, on EU Google sites will now not return a 1996 court report describing how he broke the jaw and nose a nightclub DJ who “he found in bed with his then estranged partner”.
MSN News overhaul will see focus shift to curation and use of content from 'partners' such as The GuardianBy William Turvill 09 September 3:51
According to the Wall Street Journal, another news provider that will be entering a partnership, the company wants to make MSN “a hub for the best content on the web”.
By William Turvill 08 September 9:34
Last month, the publisher said that seven jobs were at risk across Trinity Mirror Midlands last month as it announced plans to adopt a “digital-first publishing process”.
PCC rejects privacy complaint from man who objected to coverage of his successful 'right to be forgotten' requestBy William Turvill 05 September 8:54
The Oxford Mail reported in July that Robert Daniels-Dwyer had successfully asked Google to remove a link, under certain search terms, to a 2006 story about his conviction for stealing £200 worth of items from Boots.
Mail Online reports four more Google 'right to be forgotten' removals - stories on Josef Fritzl, Tory MP and Prince William schoolfriend affectedBy William Turvill 04 September 16:45
The Associated Newspapers website has previously listed nine other pages affected by the requests.
By William Turvill 27 August 13:05
According to ABC, between January and June, Local World recorded 16,395,037 average unique monthly browsers - up 90 per cent year on year.
By Axegrinder 27 August 10:58
Last summer, Axegrinder was surprised to see terms such as ‘Fleet Street’, ‘press conference’ and ‘spokesperson’ banned in the BBC style guide.
By William Turvill 27 August 9:11
Google has removed links to more than 30 stories from the BBC, Telegraph and Mail websites, the publishers have revealed.
By William Turvill 26 August 16:21
The website announced the figures July’s online ABC figures showed it recorded 11,039,330 average daily users, up 1 per cent year on year.
By William Turvill 26 August 11:37
Following Trinity Mirror groups in the North East and Wales, the Midlands titles will take up the "Newsroom 3.1" model by the end of September.
By William Turvill 26 August 10:52
The Huffington Post is collaborating with the Times of India to launch the 12th edition of its website.
By Press Gazette 21 August 16:16
Metro was the fastest growing UK newspaper website against last month, more than doubling its reach year on year to some 1,547,550 daily browsers according to ABC.
Beyond Contempt: How Peter Jukes invented a new way of funding court reporting and found himself investigated by the pressBy Peter Jukes 21 August 11:24
This may have been great news for transparency and open justice – but what was I going to do? I never thought any judge would allow live blogging of such a complex, contempt-fraught trial.
By Press Gazette 15 August 14:29
UK news agency and online video specialist has announced a series of new hires bringing its total staff headcount to more than 60.
The Economist has top-selling UK digital mag edition + full half-year UK print and digital mag sales round-upBy Dominic Ponsford 15 August 9:24
The Economist is the UK magazine title with the most digital edition sales, according to figures for the first half of 2014 released by ABC.