This is an edited version of an interview Alex Crawford gave to Press Gazette in April.
Blogger Paul Staines has launched a campaign urging bloggers not to give their work away free on the
Club dissatisfied with the production of a probing documentary.
The government has identified 65 towns and cities across the UK which could host new local TV statio
After a maternity break, Natasha Kaplinsky is set to join ITV News in mid-September.
Despite the tabloid sleaze-fest, will the reality TV show survive its move to Channel 5?
Despite another NUJ walkout, the BBC will still proceed with job cuts.
Hunt scraps single network channel in favour of more localised media.
Press scrutiny spreads yet further as Medway Council sets up a new media monitoring website.
BSkyB bid now referred to the Competition Commission in the next phase of News Corporation's propose
As the News Corporation takeover of BSkyB hangs in the balance, Joan Bakewell grills Mark Thompson,
The Labour leader calls for a cross-party vote on delaying Murdoch's take-over bid.
A succession of British prime ministers have been in thrall to the Murdoch empire but, with the curr
The director general of the BBC speaks to Joan Bakewell in an exclusive interview with the <em>New S
A new BBC contract clause may be introduced with the aim of preventing Tweets from revealing confide
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has agreed new proposals set out by Murdoch.
"Oh come on Paul, it was hardly the entire population of Athens on the streets".
In Britain as in America, the object of training professionals in everything from banking to the media is to produce a class of “managers” who instinctively muffle dissent — even if no one tells them to do so.
BBC cuts are "delicious" for Cameron, except when they're in his constituency.
"We continue to be highly concerned for Urunboy's safety. He suffers from a serious heart condition
As dialogue between the NUJ and BBC continues, strike action is becoming more likely.
BBC Trust chairman believes cuts can be made in other areas to prevent further cuts in their World S
Localism is the focus for new television strategy.
This year's judges will include Gary Barlow, Louis Walsh, Kelly Rowland and Tulisa Contostavlos, but
Exposure series will run alongside Tonight from autumn 2011.
Government request to disseminate state messages would have been "serious breach" of editorial indep
92 per cent of British adults listen to the radio every week, according to survey.
Separate company Newco requires government clearance.
Body admits that inquiry might not have happened were it not for Tomlinson footage.
Osama bin Laden reporters told they need licence and made to leave Abbottabad.