By Chris Moncrieff 21 May 16:00
Colin Webb, who has died aged 74, was a highly effective editor of the Press Association from 1986 to 1995 and successfully steered the agency through a crucial period in its history.
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 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 William Turvill 07 May 9:51
A team of 12 Press Association journalists are set to work on a new website being developed by British Telecom this summer.
By Dominic Ponsford 17 April 10:09
Few journalists if any have done as well out of the boom in celebrity-driven news as former redtop staffers Gary Morgan and Kevin Smith.
By William Turvill 08 April 17:02
ITV News appeared to be the first major national news organisation to reveal Margaret Thatcher’s death to the public after a Press Association newsflash.
News agency Associated Press has changed its stylebook to stop journalists describing people as “illegal immigrants”.
By William Turvill 02 April 9:45
Two international news organisations became the first to set up bureaus in Burma this weekend following a relaxing of restrictions on the media.
By William Turvill 26 March 9:24
Associated Press last month released the Dirty Game Series, a string of in-depth multimedia packages on match-fixing in football.
Axegrinder: Trevor Kavanagh's double standards?; Thanks, Private Frazer; Priceless Daily Mail apology; Not work experienceBy Axegrinder 26 March 9:10
When it comes to the criminal justice system do red-top journalists have one set of rules when it comes to speaking out about the arrest of Fleet Street colleagues and another set for everyone else?
By Alan Selby 25 March 10:18
Associated Press has won its US case against the media monitoring firm Meltwater, after accusing the company of unlawfully using headlines and excerpts without paying for them.
By William Turvill 22 March 8:23
David Hencke saw off competition from major news organisations to win Political Journalist of the Year at the British Journalism Awards for fledgling news website exaro. The judges described his revelations over widespread Whitehall tax avoidance as a “major scandal”. Like many great stories, it started with a whistleblower.
By Bethan Haf Marsh 28 February 9:16
UK-based Thomson Reuters journalist Tom Bergin has told Press Gazette the inside story of his four-month investigation into the tax-avoidance strategies of coffee giant Starbucks.
By William Turvill 26 February 15:51
By Dominic Ponsford 21 February 13:26
Liverpool-based news agency boss Chris Johnson has been successful in his bid to win the local TV licence for Liverpool.
By William Turvill 20 February 11:06
Press agencies, freelances and campaigners fear a Government shake-up of copyright law will make newsgathering “less viable”.
Thomson Reuters is to cut 2,500 jobs in according to chief executive Jim Smith, the BBC (and others) report.
By William Turvill 28 January 10:56
The Press Association (PA) is to present a selection of images photographed during the London riots, titled London Riots Revisited.
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette 16 January 9:49
A group of the leading news agencies and image archives have mounted a legal challenge against Government moves to shake up the law on copyright. They yesterday delivered a Letter Before Claim to Business Secretary Vince Cable asking for a rethink to proposals which it says will "weaken" copyright law. And it is also concerned that they could be enacted via "secondary legislation", meaning they will not have the full scrutiny of Parliament.
By Camilla Turner 19 December 8:00
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