19 Sep 2014
Mail Online, Metro and the Mirror all attract more readers to their websites from mobiles than they do personal computers.
18 Sep 2014
News Corp has urged the European Commission to take action to stop Google using its dominant internet search platform to “eliminate competition”.
17 Sep 2014
A 44-year-old freelance journalist arrested in dawn raid on his Northumberland home a year ago has been cleared by the Crown Prosecution Service.
17 Sep 2014
Ofcom has rejected a bid from London Live to slash the amount of local programming broadcast per day from 18 hours to eight hours.
17 Sep 2014
A former Met Police commander with 30 years' experience in the force has publicly backed Press Gazette’s campaign to stop the police spying on journalists.
16 Sep 2014
The Times, Sunday Times and Sun today completed their move to a new building at London Bridge which News Corp’s chief executive Robert Thomson said would be a “monument to meritocracy”.
16 Sep 2014
London mayor Boris Johnson (pictured: Reuters) is facing questions over why the police obtained the telephone records of a journalist “without his consent, and without any warrant or other court order”.
15 Sep 2014
The Chartered Institute of Journalists has urged the Met Police to justify its decision to obtain the phone records of The Sun and its political editor and to reveal how many other times it has used the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act to spy on journalists.
15 Sep 2014
The Bureau of Investigation has asked the European Court of Human Rights to stop the UK Government from spying on journalists and their sources.
15 Sep 2014
Only one Scottish Sunday newspaper has backed a ‘yes’ vote in this week’s Scottish referendum with the rest either sitting on the fence or backing a ‘no’.
15 Sep 2014
The Manchester Evening News has celebrated raising over £1m in less than 24 hours following the fire which destroyed a dogs’ home and killed up to 50 animals.
12 Sep 2014
The reporter who exposed the hacking scandal has said journalists should ask the Investigatory Powers Tribunal if police have spied on them. Author of Hack Attack, Nick Davies, said he aimed to contact the Tribunal after being contacted by Press Gazette as part of the Save Our Sources campaign. Davies wrote a number of critical stories about the Met Police as part of his long investigation into hacking at the News of the World.
12 Sep 2014
The Daily Telegraph has become the last newspaper to be censured by the PCC after it published details after needlessly identifying the wife of a convicted paedophile.
11 Sep 2014
Journalists at the BBC have decided not to go on strike after management agreed to a freeze on compulsory redundancies and on recruitment.
11 Sep 2014
New official guidelines impose strict controls on anyone from the armed forces making contact with journalists, even in a social setting.
10 Sep 2014
The Scottish Sun today condemned the “pro-Unionist parties” as its owner gave the strongest hint yet that he backed Scottish independence.
10 Sep 2014
News Corp proprietor Rupert Murdoch said today that he would like to ditch Page Three topless photos from The Sun.
09 Sep 2014
Head of new press regulator the Independent Press Standards Organisation Sir Alan Moses today insisted that the new body would live up to the first word of its name.
09 Sep 2014
Mike Gilson marked five years at the Belfast Telegraph today with an interview in his own paper.

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