By Matthew Gilley 16 April 14:15
Much-copied website Buzzfeed may well be the future of journalism (or at least one future).
Ten ways for investigative journalists to check their facts when using search engines and social mediaBy Matthew Gilley 16 April 10:39
A new book about online research techniques - The Verification Handbook for Investigative Reporting - was released yesterday.
By Matthew Gilley 15 April 13:27
US-based news service Politico has added former Times and Reuters reporters to its new European team, bringing the total number of journalists hired for the venture to 36.
By Matthew Gilley 15 April 10:40
PARLY, a new parliament-focused project by lobby journalist Tony Grew, has raised a quarter of its crowdfunding target after a week.
By William Turvill and Dominic Ponsford 10 April 17:40
Buzzfeed's editor-in-chief has admitted pulling a piece from the UK version of the site which contained negative comment about an advertiser.
UK online ad market surges to £7.2bn: Survey says 92p a month is what readers would pay for online newsBy Dominic Ponsford 09 April 9:47
A new report suggests that consumers are willing to pay little for news online – but that digital advertising is booming.
By Matthew Gilley 08 April 14:16
Hilary Wardle will be based in Edinburgh, focusing on travel and lifestyle content.
A Kent publisher has commissioned a county-wide poll that shows immigration is not the top concern in the Ukip stronghold.
By Dominic Ponsford 08 April 9:25
The Oxford Mail used the new Twitter-owned app Periscope for the first time to live stream the bomb squad detonating an old mortar shell.
By Matthew Gilley 07 April 12:41
One of the UK’s largest local newspaper publishers is shifting the focus of election coverage to members of the public, with their new website What Matters to Me.
By William Turvill 31 March 17:32
The site, which is part-funded by the EU and also relies on company sponsorship, currently claims around 90,000 unique browsers a month from the UK, making up 13.4 per cent of its total 667,000 audience. Its aim is to double the proportion of its traffic that comes from this country.
The Local: How two Brits turned bedroom-based weekly email into nine English-language sites across EuropeBy William Turvill 31 March 15:26
In 2004, shortly after moving to Stockholm from the UK, Paul Rapacioli started running a weekly email newsletter from his bedroom sent out to his friends on a Swedish-language course.
By Robert Griffiths 30 March 10:45
Former head of complaints at the Press Complaints Commission Scott Langham is joining Mail Online as deputy managing editor.
BBC editor reveals record news traffic of 23m yesterday - citing One Direction and Germanwings storiesBy William Turvill 27 March 15:53
Speaking at the London School Economics’ Polis Journalism Conference, Jamie Angus revealed that 23m people across the UK and beyond visited the BBC News site on 26 March.
By Dominic Ponsford 25 March 9:42
The BBC yesterday became the latest news organisation to redesign its website for mobile.
By Dominic Ponsford 24 March 9:55
The Times and Sunday Times now claim to have more than 400,000 paid-for subscribers (or "members" as they are being called).
Political website Guido Fawkes has delivered its petition calling on the BBC to bring Jeremy Clarkson back to Top Gear - in a tank.
Website ABCs for February: Mail Online sets new daily browser record of 14.7m as Metro records only decreaseBy William Turvill 19 March 12:38
Mail Online recorded a new record number of average daily unique users in February, according to the latest ABCs.
By PA Media Lawyer 17 March 10:25
The Independent Press Standards Organisation rejected a complaint against the title over its article headlined: "'Drunk girl in public' prank will make you lose faith in humanity". It was published on 11 Novemver last year.
By William Turvill 17 March 9:23
US-founded Politico is to launch a website and print edition in Europe with 40 journalists. (Picture: Reuters)