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05 Dec 2013
In 30 years time reporters will be still be winning the awards because of the encouragement given to them by the late Richard Beeston.
Most national and regional newspaper publishers sign contracts on IPSO regulator in defiance of Royal Charter05 Dec 2013
Some 90 per cent of national newspaper publishers are said to have signed contracts on a new system of press regulation in defiance of the cross-party Royal Charter. Express Newspapers (which has boycotted the Press Complaints Commission for several years) is in. The Financial Times and Independent titles have all yet to sign up to the new system.
05 Dec 2013
The Radio Times website has more than tripled its website traffic to over 3.5m in the space of three years, with investment in news and features driving the growth.
04 Dec 2013
Journalist of the Year Michael Gillard could not accept his award in person at the British Journalism Awards on Monday night, partly because he can no longer attend public events in London since exposing gangster David Hunt in the Sunday Times.
Rusbridger: 'The next Edward Snowden won't go to a newspaper, they will dump this stuff on the internet'03 Dec 2013
MPs today warned Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger that he has breached the Terrorism Act 2000 by transmitting the names of British spies oversees.
New Monty Local World memo strikes upbeat tone: 'We have people, vision and finance to lead regional media into bright future'30 Nov 2013
Local World chief executive David Montgomery has said the group is leading the industry in terms of digital audience growth and has ambitions to stem print circulation decline.
29 Nov 2013
BBC head of news James Harding has brought in his old deputy at The Times Keith Blackmore to the newly-created job of managing editor BBC News.
Nick Davies and David Yelland join forces to call for publishers to back press regulation Royal Charter29 Nov 2013
Investigative journalist Nick Davies and former Sun editor David Yelland have joined forces to call for publishers to sign up to the Government’s preferred system of press regulation.
Daily Mail apologises over diary story which revealed seriousness of Robert Peston's late wife's illness28 Nov 2013
The Daily Mail has apologised for publishing a diary piece in 2008 which revealed that Robert Peston's wife Sian Busby had part of her lung removed as part her treatment for cancer.
27 Nov 2013
Prosecutors have said that it would not be in the public interest to charge police whistleblowers who put former Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell’s ‘Plebgate’ altercation at Downing Street into the public domain.
26 Nov 2013
A senior Sun journalist has revealed that Page Three may not survive in its current form.
26 Nov 2013
A review of policing led by former Metropolitan Police chief Lord Stevens has called for nationwide action to reverse what he described as retreat from police forces dealing openly with the media.
25 Nov 2013
Austrian prosecutors have opened a probe into a top Austrian banker after a self-published book by a British journalist alleged a conspiracy among wealthy European bankers and disgraced financial fraudster Bernie Madoff.
25 Nov 2013
Press Association photographer Lewis Whyld has revealed how he used an un-manned drone to take pictures of a Typhoon-ravaged city in the Philippines.
Monty's memo reaction round-up: Regional press needs visionaries, but it is insulting to describe local journalism as a 'medium grade craft'22 Nov 2013
When veteran newspaper executive David Montgomery led a consorrtium which merged the Northcliffe and Iliffe local newsapers groups at the end of last year he promised to 'resuscitate' the regional newspaper business in the UK.
Journalism Weekly video news round-up: Crowdfunding comes of age, the rise and rise of Mail Online and Monty's memo22 Nov 2013
Here's Press Gazette's latest Journalism Weekly video news round-up.
Newspapers put together by one person 'skimming online content' - Montgomery's leaked Local World vision document21 Nov 2013
Chief executive of the Local World group David Montgomery today sent staff a 2,000-plus word explanation of how he sees the future role of the journalist in his group.
21 Nov 2013
Mail Online grew its overall revenue by 48 per cent to £41m for the year to the end of September, according to parent company DMGT's full-year results.
20 Nov 2013
The Independent has apologised to Ryanair over a story from 7 August headlined “Low-fuel flights put lives at risk”.