04 Sep 2015
The news agency photographer who pictured drowned Syrian child Aylan Kurdi has spoken of her wish to capture the "scream" of the three-year-old’s "silent body".
04 Sep 2015
Every national newspaper lost sales in August with ten titles dropping by more than 10 per cent year on year.
04 Sep 2015
Former News International head of security Mark Hanna has promised to make shocking revelations about “underhand” goings on involving Rebekah Brooks and Rupert Murdoch.
04 Sep 2015
The Sun today launched a campaign urging the UK to give 3,000 orphan refugee children foster homes in the UK. This figure is based on the UN's "fair shair" analysis that Britain should take a proportion of 26,000 migrant orphans in Europe. The move comes as the story of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi, pictured drowned on a Turkish beach, and that of his family continues to dominate the UK national press.
03 Sep 2015
Nine more jobs are set go in the latest stage of an apparent nationwide cull of photographers by regional newspaper group Newsquest.
03 Sep 2015
The Daily Mail was justified in reporting that former prime minister Tony Blair tried to “wriggle out” of appearing before a committee of MPs, the press regulator has ruled.
03 Sep 2015
Former News of the World chief reporter Nevill Thurlbeck has said he is "delighted" to see Rebekah Brooks return to News UK as chief executive.
03 Sep 2015
The return of Rebekah Brooks to her old job appears to nullify much of the work News Corp has done to distance itself from the hacking scandal in the UK.
02 Sep 2015
Rebekah Brooks has been confirmed as chief executive officer of News UK with Tony Gallagher becoming editor-in-chief of The Sun.
02 Sep 2015
Leading newspaper publishers have called on the BBC to co-operate with them rather compete as part of a major contribution to the charter renewal debate. The News Media Association has published a 69-page report making the case for the BBC no longer competing with commercial national and local news publishers. The NMA represents most local and national newspaper and its report was compiled by Oliver and Ohlbaum.
02 Sep 2015
Former Sun managing editor Graham Dudman has left the paper, four months after he was acquitted of illegally paying public officials for stories.
01 Sep 2015
News UK could face corporate criminal charges after the Metropolitan Police has handed a "full file" of evidence to prosecutors relating to hacking at News of the World.
28 Aug 2015
The names of journalists who paid for illegally-obtained private information look set to be publicly released after a legal judgment released today.
28 Aug 2015
Labour leadership hopefuls Yvette Cooper and Jeremy Corbyn have both backed “urgent measures” to tackle the concentration of media ownership in the UK.
28 Aug 2015
Twenty aspiring journalists this week created their own tabloid newspaper from scratch at the News UK journalism summer school.
28 Aug 2015
The Mirror titles are looking to cut down on use of casual, make night editorial staff work more days and make fresh redundancies.
27 Aug 2015
Sky News has claimed a Guinness World Record for the most concurrent web video streams from a single live event.
27 Aug 2015
When Guardian Media Group sold its regional newspaper titles for just over £7m in 2010 it clearly did not believe they had much of a future.
27 Aug 2015
Newsquest is proposing editorial cuts of 20 per cent at the Herald titles in Scotland and across the Romanes Media Group titles which it bought in May.
27 Aug 2015
A music magazine editor has been sacked after two competition prizes were found advertised for sale on Ebay.

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