11 Feb 2016
Sir Alan Moses yesterday rejected the suggestion that IPSO was a “sham” regulator saying it now largely met the conditions set by the 2012 Leveson report.
10 Feb 2016
The brother of murdered private investigator Daniel Morgan told a meeting at the House of Lords yesterday why he suspects press involvement in the crime.
10 Feb 2016
The Independent Press Standards Organisation has announced a four-year funding deal with the industry worth £10m and a series of changes to its rules which it claims have “enhanced its powers”.
09 Feb 2016
Age UK and Energy company Eon are suspending a branded energy tariff aimed at the elderly following a Sun investigation. The tabloid revealed on its front page last week the Age UK deal sold to pensioners for dual fuel was £245 a year more expensive than the cheapest offers on the market. It said that Age UK was paid £3.6m a year by Eon.
09 Feb 2016
Paul Routledge has joined the Huddersfield Examiner as a weekly columnist.
08 Feb 2016
Tech company Hewlett Packard has hit back after being accused by FT columnist Lucy Kellaway of sending her an aggressive email.
08 Feb 2016
Former Sun head of news Chris Pharo has joined PR agency 72Point as chief operations officer.
08 Feb 2016
Dozens of photographers look set to lose their jobs as titles in the Local World group shift towards relying on reader photos and reporters taking pictures on their phones.
08 Feb 2016
A Financial Times journalist was warned about affecting "relationships with advertisers" after she wrote a piece poking fun at Hewlett Packard Enterprise's chief executive.
08 Feb 2016
A Croydon Advertiser reporter has been given permission to take his fight against being giving a police harassment notice to a judicial review.
08 Feb 2016
A poll of several thousand journalists has found the top-ten most annoying pieces of jargon used by the PR industry.
05 Feb 2016
So if a journalist illegally listens to the voicemails of a celebrity they can expect dawn raids, years on bail, an Old Bailey trial and a stretch in Belmarsh.
04 Feb 2016
A Sun reporter whose phone records were illegally obtained by the Metropolitan Police has been granted no compensation by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal.
04 Feb 2016
The March issue of Vogue is the title's biggest in its nearly 100-year history with 275 advertising pages.
04 Feb 2016
BBC Radio 4's Today Programme edged back up above 7m readers in the last quarter of 2015 according to RAJAR.
03 Feb 2016
Journalists at the Financial Times have called off a 24-hour strike which was due to start at midnight tonight.
03 Feb 2016
Johnston Press expects to revise down the estimate of its pensions deficit by some £53m to £37m.
03 Feb 2016
Quarterly newspaper Positive News relaunches this week as an 84-page magazine following a £263,000 crowdfunding campaign.
02 Feb 2016
A charity representing adults who have suffered child abuse has urged journalists not to call such people victims.

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