New Statesman
UK Twitter users hit 10m
By Harriet Williams - 15 May 12:25

Record numbers of Twitter users access the service on a mobile.
The Vagenda joins
By Alice Gribbin - 14 May 12:22

Feminist bloggers find a second home.

C of E invokes power of prayer to help the press
C of E invokes power of prayer to help the press
By Andrew Pugh - 09 May 13:26

Sunday 20th May has been designated a day of prayer for the media.

New Statesman
Nine bailed over naming rape victim on Twitter
By Emily Wight - 03 May 11:28

Those bailed disclosed the name of footballer Ched Evans' rape victim.

New Statesman
Johnston Press predicts "few daily print titles" by 2020
By Andrew Pugh - 26 April 11:15

The media group predicts that digital audiences will grow from 10m to 20m by 2020

New Statesman
Twitter arrests imminent over naming Evans rape victim
By Press Gazette - 25 April 12:22

North Wales Police force says they are investigating.

New Statesman
Do we deserve Twitter?
By Emily Wight - 24 April 18:08

After racism and sexism have abounded on Twitter, perhaps we are not worthy of it.

New Statesman
Sky News accidentally names Ched Evans rape victim
By Emily Wight - 24 April 15:32

The broadcaster displayed tweets betraying her anonymity.

New Statesman
Fleet Street Blues settles with PR firm over Tulisa story
By Andrew Pugh - 24 April 10:31

The website shut down in March after PR firm Hackford Jones took libel action.

Huffington Post, Pulitzer Prize, winners
Pulitzer Prize 2012: the winners
By New Statesman - 17 April 10:29

A full list of the winners of the annual prize for journalism and the arts.

Noel Edmonds Internet Troll Hunter
Don't leave a comment
By Helen Lewis - 12 April 12:47

What’s the point of turning the net into a giant lavatory wall?

Samantha Brick on Mail Online
Beauty and post-postbag journalism
By Steven Baxter - 05 April 10:47

What online writer doesn't bait readers to get their hits fix?

Times editor James Harding arrives at the Leveson Inquiry in January.
Lessons from Leveson
By David Allen Green - 04 April 7:56

Ignorance is no excuse.

New Statesman
The Flash Mob
By Eleanor Hirst - 03 April 16:51

How twitter is shrinking short fiction.

UK internet ad spending at record £5bn
UK internet ad spending at record £5bn
By Andrew McIntyre - 03 April 11:33

Last year, web advertising expenditures rose 14 per cent from a year earlier.

Huffington Post, bloggers, lawsuit
HuffPo bloggers lose legal bid for share of $315m sale
By Press Gazette - 03 April 11:17

Court rules that unpaid bloggers are not entitled to share of the profits.

New Statesman
Welcome to the new site
By Jon Bernstein - 03 April 7:00

All new

Fabrice Muamba, jail and racist tweets
By Steven Baxter - 27 March 20:40

When does being offensive become an offence?

Google, censorship.
Google should censor privacy-breaching searches, say MPs
By Andrew McIntyre - 27 March 14:43

Report also recommends Facebook and Twitter censorship.

Cricketer wins first Twitter libel case
By Samira Shackle - 27 March 11:32

Chris Cairns has been awarded £90,000 after he was defamed on Twitter. What are the implications?

Will Self
Twitter is just a new home for old bores
By Will Self - 26 March 1:00

People say social media are enormously important. Yes they do.

David Babbs (centre) and the 38 Degrees team
38 Degrees - the real opposition?
By Rafael Behr - 26 March 1:00

Inside the online campaign group that Conservative MPs fear the most.

BBC launches “Barcelona” TV download service
By Andrew McIntyre - 15 March 17:32

Content will be available for paid download almost immediately after it airs.

Yahoo! in bid to recruit thousands of paid UK writers
By Andrew Pugh - 14 March 15:28

Writers will be paid about 70p per 1,000 clicks.

What the Sabu revelation means for hackers
By Ryan Gallagher - 12 March 22:06

Everyone, no matter who they profess to be, is potentially an informant.

Can a dating site tell if you're a secret racist?
By Helen Lewis - 12 March 0:00

How the OkCupid website, started by four Harvard geeks, used statistics to unearth its users’ secret

Reshuffle at The Telegraph sees website get new editor
By Press Gazette - 08 March 14:02

Appointment of Richard Fletcher as website editor follows spate of redundancies at the newspaper.

Leader of hacking group LulzSec was working with the FBI
By Samira Shackle - 06 March 17:08

International swoop sees 5 people arrested, as it is revealed that "Sabu" had turned informant.

Julian Assange and Europe's Last Dictator
By Kapil Komireddi - 01 March 15:11

The former WikiLeaks chief will moderate a public discussion about Belarus, despite damaging the cau

Underlying revenue up 4 per cent at Centaur
By Andrew Pugh - 23 February 14:02

Digital revenue was up 10 per cent on an underlying basis.