24 Apr 2014
Just over a year after the Telegraph became the first mainstream UK national newspaper website to go behind a metered paywall insiders say they are “encouraged” by the way it has gone. But they are still declining to reveal details of the number of paywall subscribers but Press Gazette has been told that take-up for full-price £9.99 a month digital subscriptions has increased by 50 per cent.
Paul Ashford
24 Apr 2014
The directors have been named for a body which will hold the purse strings and help decide appointments to new press regulator the Independent Press Standards Organisation.
23 Apr 2014
The National Union of Journalists has voted to abolish the post of deputy general secretary following the resignation last year of Barry Fitzpatrick two years into his five-year-term.
Hugh Grant (Reuters)
23 Apr 2014
Some 20 individuals who describe themselves as ‘victims’ of the News of the World or The Sun have issued a direct appeal to those papers’ proprietor Rupert Murdoch
Police outside the News UK building in Wapping (Reuters)
23 Apr 2014
Former Sun South West England reporter John Coles has been cleared after spending some 19 months on police bail following his arrest as part of the Operation Elveden investigation.
23 Apr 2014
A poll by YouGov has suggested that more members of the public think the Guardian was right to report on the materials given to it by Edward Snowden than think it was wrong.
23 Apr 2014
A British news agency based in Austria is facing legal action from a convicted blackmailer for using his full name in a news report.
Andy Coulson (Reuters)
22 Apr 2014
Former tabloid editor Andy Coulson "rubber-stamped" a payment to a royal source for a story, despite being warned by a colleague that being caught could end up with both parties in court, he told the phone-hacking trial.
22 Apr 2014
The Financial Times “supports efforts to create a more robust system of independent regulation for the industry in the wake of the Leveson inquiry”.
22 Apr 2014
The Australian media has been accused of invading the privacy of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge photographing them on private property during their day off.
22 Apr 2014
The police have paid damages to a man wrongly identified as a rapist by both the Oxford Mail and the BBC website.
17 Apr 2014
Mail Online remained by far the most popular UK newspaper website in March, with nearly double the daily global traffic of the next most popular site, The Guardian.
16 Apr 2014
The photographs were taken on 16 October 2012 by an unnamed photographer in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, and showed Weller and the children out shopping in the street, and relaxing at a café on the edge of the street.
16 Apr 2014
Richard Caseby may no longer be managing editor of The Sun but he is still securing apologies from The Guardian in his new job as director of strategic communications at the Department of Work and Pensions.
JK Rowling by Daniel Ogrin (creative commons)
16 Apr 2014
The paper admitted liability under the “offer of amends” procedure in the Defamation Act. But it has yet to agree what damages to pay Rowling and it has challenged her right to make a unilateral statement in open court about the matter.
14 Apr 2014
It is more than seven years since Will Lewis announced the integration of print and digital at the Telegraph as the UK's top-selling 'quality' national moved to new offices in Victoria?
14 Apr 2014
The editor of the UK’s third most read national daily newspaper – Metro – stepping down after 15 yers in the job. Kenny Campbell is being replaced by Ted young, who is currently online editor of the New York Daily News.
11 Apr 2014
Here's a video report of Press Gazette's Social Media Journalism Awards reception this week.
10 Apr 2014
Telegraph photographer Lewis Whyld demonstrated one of his drones at the Shift conference in London this afternoon.

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