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July national newspaper ABCs: All titles down year on year, but Times is best performing for second month running08 Aug 2014
The title's circulation fell of 0.41 per cent year on year to 398,603, after recording an increase of 0.66 per cent in June.
Revamp sees three weeklies closed to make way for daily editions and readers given 'greater opportunity' to contribute content07 Aug 2014
The Royston Weekly News, Saffron Walden Weekly News and the Huntingdon/ St Ives & St Neots News & Crier are to stop being published next month.
07 Aug 2014
Archant chairman Simon Bax has written to shareholders “in lieu of an interim statement” to say there will be a "strategic review of the business" when a new chief executive is appointed.
Hacked Off executive director Joan Smith: Guardian and Indy better off with no regulator than with IPSO06 Aug 2014
IPSO includes a whistleblowing hotline for journalists, protection for journalists from being sacked if they refuse to breach the Editors’ Code of Practice and a requirement that publishers improve their own compliance processes.
06 Aug 2014
HuffPost Arabi “will be a first-of-its-kind online news destination for the 300+ million people in the Arab world, offering a combination of original reporting by independent journalists and a blog platform for people across the region to share their thoughts, opinions and commentary”.
05 Aug 2014
The interview with Artem Loskutov, on bbcrussian.com, was first broadcast on 31 July as part of BBSeva, a current affairs programme with a focus on arts and culture.
05 Aug 2014
Those working at the corporation who earn less than £50,000 will see their pay increase by £800, and journalists earning more than that by £650.
05 Aug 2014
Hollinshead is to be group chief executive at Nova International Ltd, a sporting events company, where he has been a non-executive director since 2012.
Nick Davies: The bad guys hate me... but most journalists are decent people and are glad I exposed phone-hacking05 Aug 2014
Hack Attack tracks Davies’s personal journey uncovering the News of the World phone-hacking scandal between February 2008, through July 2011, to the present day.
Report: Mirror lawyers say 'wholly disproportionate' claimant legal fees could end up costing publisher £12m05 Aug 2014
Reporting from a costs hearing ahead of a two-week trial set for February, The Guardian said the High Court judge “appeared to agree” after being presented with details.
Photojournalist publishes book on his experiences from the 'inner circle' of covering Fred and Rose West story04 Aug 2014
The story dominated Michael Charity’s work over an 18-month period which ended with the couple being charged with multiple murders.
04 Aug 2014
The singer (pictured, Reuters) was accused of boasting that she could "sort out" cocaine for Mahmood, dubbed the Fake Sheikh, and put him in touch with her rapper friend Mike GLC, who supplied the Class A drug.
Video: Times and Sun's new London Bridge HQ - visitors 'can't believe it's News UK, they think it's Google'01 Aug 2014
The video below shows an exclusive tour of the building given to Estates Gazette.
01 Aug 2014
Local World has reported a turnover of £239.6m and an operating profit of £18.5m for its first-year financial results.
Nick Davies: 'Appalling' decision to close News of the World was down to BSkyB bid - not Milly Dowler hacking revelation01 Aug 2014
The Guardian reporter has distanced his story about the hacking of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler’s phone from the closure.
Newsquest appoints new digital platforms director from Haymarket as it continues 'rapid expansion of digital operations'01 Aug 2014
Newquest has appointed a new digital platforms director “as it continues the rapid expansion of its digital operations”.
GQ editor Dylan Jones: 'Lads' mags did an awful lot to denigrate and sully our market... I'm completely happy to be in a market of one'31 Jul 2014
Jones, an OBE who has edited GQ for 15 years and this month collected an editor of the year title at the PPA Awards, invites me to sit in a black leather chair perpendicular to – and at a lower level than– his neat desk.
31 Jul 2014
Reporter Katie Gibbons yesterday reported that Bolt told her he was “not really” having fun at the Games and believed “the Olympics were better”.
NUJ and Bectu to ballot members for strike action over planned job cuts across BBC News and World Service30 Jul 2014
Head of BBC News James Harding earlier this month announced that 415 jobs were to be lost across his division. He said 500 people working for BBC News and the World Service would be affected and that 266 new posts would be created.
30 Jul 2014
In a short film, Bringing The World To Britain, directed by Channel 4’s Liz Unna, Lamb speaks of her love to Afghanistan in particular and of the most “frightening” experience in Helmand in 2006.