By Freddy Mayhew 24 May 15:59
Sky News is closing the US version of its website.
By Dominic Ponsford 19 May 13:46
The Express was the fastest growing national newspaper website in April, up 79 per cent year on year to 1.4m unique browsers per day.
By Freddy Mayhew 17 May 13:16
The BBC has announced it will be closing a number of online services including the Food website, online News Magazine and the website and app for radio news bulletin service Newsbeat while reducing others.
By Dominic Ponsford 05 May 7:31
The Independent revealed today that its digital editorial team has now grown to 90 (double its size before the closure of the Independent print editions at the end of March).
By John Reynolds 27 April 15:40
Stefano Hatfield, the former executive editor of the i newspaper and launch editor of the now defunct londonpaper, has left his role as editor-in-chief of High50, the online community for over 50s.
By Dominic Ponsford 27 April 11:49
Youth media brand Vice has been accused of "old-fashioned union-busting" by offering membership of a staff association as an alternative to recognising the National Union of Journalists.
Woman who painted house in red and white stripes loses IPSO harassment complaint against Mail OnlineBy John Reynolds 22 April 8:49
Mail Online has escaped censure from the press watchdog after the woman who painted her London townhouse in red-and- white stripes accused it of harassment.
By Dominic Ponsford 21 April 14:23
The Sun was the fastest-growing national newspaper website month on month in March up 10.2 per cent compared with February.
Writing for Indy print edition was 'nice for my parents' but not important, says political columnist John RentoulBy John Reynolds 19 April 18:45
The chief political commentator of the Independent has spoken about the move to digital-only publishing saying print journalism “wasn’t really an important part of what I did”.
Buzzfeed says article describing agency boss as 'king of bullsh*t news' was not intended to be defamatoryBy Dominic Ponsford 19 April 10:47
Buzzfeed has said that a story headlined "The King of Bullsh*t News" was not intended to be defamatory of news agency boss Michael Leidig.
By Dominic Ponsford 14 April 15:43
London is set to form part of a planned $50m international expansion of the New York Times.
By Dominic Ponsford 14 April 10:09
The i newspaper has launched a new website called inews.co.uk.
The site has gone live in the week that Johnston Press completed the £24m purchase of i from Evgeny Lebedev.
By John Reynolds 13 April 12:19
Time Inc, the publisher of Marie Claire and NME, has launched a website called Live-Smart which aims to demystify smart technology.
By John Reynolds 12 April 15:00
Trinity Mirror is launching Glasgow Live, its latest in a string of standalone digital website launches, with a team of ten journalists.
Guardian research reveals its ten most abused writers by online commenters are all women or black menBy Dominic Ponsford 12 April 13:04
The Guardian has published research revealing that of the ten most abused writers in its online comments: eight are women and two are black men.
Court of Appeal banned murder trial reports from appearing on Facebook for fear of prejudicial commentsBy Cleland Thom 08 April 11:10
The Court of Appeal banned the media from carrying reports of a murder trial on their Facebook pages.
By Dominic Ponsford 07 April 10:50
Former journalist of the year Michael Gillard has left the Buzzfeed UK's investigations team nine months after joining the staff.
By John Reynolds 07 April 9:55
Storyful, which describes itself as a social news agency, is beefing up its operations in the UK by launching a dedicated news channel, as it looks to attract new publishers to sign up to its social media verification service.
By PA Mediapoint 05 April 7:43
A British journalist who has documented the development of North Korea's technology issues has said he will appeal a decision by South Korean authorities to block his website for violating national security law.
By Dominic Ponsford 04 April 7:15
Convicted phone-hacker Dan Evans has launched a crowdfunded campaign to support his reporting on the European refugee crisis from the Greek-Macedonian border.