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Barber and Blackhurst say press needs to finalise deal on regulation before the hacking trials start18 Jun 2013
Financial Times editor Lionel Barber and former Independent editor Chris Blackhurst today warned that the newspaper and magazine industry has just a few months left to clear the impasse over the future of press regulation. This is because the various phone-hacking related trials are due to start in the autumn and are likely to be accompanied by fresh revelations about press excesses.
18 Jun 2013
Sun deputy news editor John Sturgis has been cleared some 16 months after he was arrested on suspicion of corruption and aiding and abetting misconduct in public office.
With two weeks to go before Google Reader is killed off, will Digg's promised replacement offer the same streamlined efficiency?18 Jun 2013
With Google Reader now just two weeks away from being smothered with a virtual pillow by the powers that be at the world's biggest media company, Digg may be coming to the rescue with an alternative.
17 Jun 2013
A PA for pop-singer Tulisa sent a death threat to a Sun reporter who exposed her alleged involvement in procuring illegal drugs.
Prince William and Prince Harry may be called to testify in trial of Sun Royal correspondent Duncan Larcombe03 Jun 2013
Princes William and Harry may be approached to provide victim impact statements in the trial of a journalist accused of paying an army officer for information about their time at the Sandhurst Military Academy.
31 May 2013
Local World chairman David Montgomery has told Press Gazette that he sees a ‘stimulating’ and ‘challenging’ future ahead for journalists as all reporters become editors in their own right.
30 May 2013
If declining print newspapers don’t find better ways to monetise their growing digital audiences they will go out of business, it’s as simple as that.
29 May 2013
New combined print and online readership figures suggest that The Sun remains the best-read newspaper in the UK.
Financial Times launches real-time breaking news service pitched between Twitter and the main website29 May 2013
The Financial Times today launched a new “real-time” breaking news service which aims to lie somewhere between the immediacy of Twitter and a traditional news website.
Coroner condemns Littlejohn 'character assassination', but Mail says teacher suicide note did not mention press29 May 2013
The Daily Mail has defended an article by Richard Littlejohn about transgender primary school teacher Lucy Meadows which was singled out for criticism by a coroner yesterday.
28 May 2013
Two former Newsnight staffers were vindicated by their peers this week for a story that nearly never saw the light of day.
Germany’s largest tabloid newspaper Bild has revealed plans to charge readers for access to features, interviews and other exclusive content.
28 May 2013
The Financial Times is to launch its new Fast FT breaking news service tomorrow.
28 May 2013
Sky news and sport Android apps for smartphones and tablet computers were hacked at the weekend by the Syrian Electronic Army.
27 May 2013
The first website figures for the Telegraph since it went behind a metered paywall suggest there is “no downside” to their approach.
Freelance journalist wins libel payout from Reluctant Fundamentalist actor Riz Ahmed over 'bigot' tweet24 May 2013
Actor Riz Ahmed has apologised and paid damages to a freelance journalist he accused of being a “bigot” and falsely claimed had punched him.
Telegraph cements place as only profitable mainstream 'quality' national with £58.4m surplus for 201223 May 2013
Telegraph Media Group has claimed a slight improvement in operating profit for 2012 despite a marginal fall in turnover.
23 May 2013
The adoption of a metered paywall by Telegraph Media Group does not appear to have had any major effect on the site's overall traffic.
22 May 2013
BBC Newsnight's spiked Jimmy Savile child abuse story was today named joint winner of the scoop of the year at the London Press Club.
Local World chief clarifies Montgomery's 'human interface' comment: 'We are not doing away with journalists'22 May 2013
Local World chief executive Steve Auckland has spoken to Press Gazette expanding on comments made by his colleague David Montgomery to MPs yesterday which were met with dismay by many journalists.