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.
02 Feb 2016
Former editor of Sunday Express S Magazine Louise Robinson is to take the helm at World of Cruising Magazine.
02 Feb 2016
Financial Times Journalists are set to hold a 24-hour strike all day on Thursday in protest at changes to their pensions.
02 Feb 2016
Journalists have been banned by a court from publishing details of a case in which a woman is seeking to regain custody of her three-year-old child.
29 Jan 2016
The secretive Court of Protection is to open up to the press under a pilot scheme which launches today.
29 Jan 2016
Freelance journalist Robin Ackroyd claims to have found the long-lost tomb of 13th century Mongol leader Genghis Khan.
28 Jan 2016
News Associates has become the first UK private sector training provider to offer a degree in journalism.
27 Jan 2016
The lawyer who represented Rebekah Brooks when she was accused of involvement in phone-hacking has been made general counsel for News UK.
27 Jan 2016
Guardian Media Group has recruited Baroness Gail Rebuck and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales as non-executive directors.
27 Jan 2016
Splash News and Pictures news director David Leigh is the latest in a number of senior staff to leave the agency.
27 Jan 2016
The 9,000-word article alleged Michael Leidig’s Vienna-based agency Central European News is "one of the Western media’s primary sources of tantalising and attention-grabbing stories". And it said that these stories are "often inaccurate or downright false".

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