How much is a Twitter follower worth?
By Samira Shackle - 28 December 15:38

A US company is suing a former employee for taking his Twitter followers when he left. What are the

Mail hits UK newspaper web record with 85m browsers
By Staff blogger - 22 December 17:17

Mail Online hits a new web traffic record for second month running

Let's hear it for state-sponsored depravity at the theatre
By Alan White - 19 December 12:55

Why the <em>Mail's</em> Quentin Letts is wrong to attack shocking plays subsidised by public money.

"Black Friday" sees internet sales peak
By Roberto Barros - 29 November 17:31

Internet sales on the day following Thanksgiving rose faster than expected in the US.

Leveson: Guido should be denied "oxygen of publicity"
By Andrew Pugh - 28 November 15:48

Inquiry is considering whether to force political blogger to remove Campbell's witness statement fro

Guido summoned by Leveson over Campbell leak
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette - 28 November 15:47

Paul Staines in hot water after leaking parts of Campbell's evidence on blog.

On the web: Tweets From Tahrir Live
By Androulla Harris - 24 November 17:54

A stream of updates from people at the forefront of the Egyptian revolution.

The myth of privacy law
By David Allen Green - 15 November 16:24

Bloggers give evidence to Parliament.

WikiLeaks suspends publishing
By George Eaton - 24 October 17:52

Julian Assange says that the organisation will focus on fighting a financial blockade.

Cameron announces crackdown on internet porn
By Sella Oneko - 12 October 12:26

Parents will soon be able to control their children's online activities.

The Independent's paywall model
By Sella Oneko - 11 October 12:07

US and Canadian readers to pay for online content.

Daily Mail Inquiry into 'Knox guilty' blunder
By Press Gazette - 05 October 15:36

The papers' mix up in the Amanda Knox trial.

Huffington Post steps up UK recruitment
By Press Gazette - 05 October 15:07

New staff and new content for the UK's Huffington Post.

Austrian hackers publish police data
By Sella Oneko - 28 September 18:59

A group of Austrian hackers release police data in protest against privacy bill

The real way that Twitter can change society
By Charles Leadbeater - 14 September 10:51

How we use social media may be up to us but it is also shaped by our culture, politics and governmen

Simon Heffer launches comment website for Mail Online
By Press Gazette - 13 September 12:35

Daily Mail expands digitally.

Top 40 UK news websites: BBC still leads Mail Online
By Press Gazette - 07 September 11:42

The BBC news website continues to attract more visitors than the Daily Mail.

Huffington Post launches universities and education section
By Press Gazette - 18 August 12:27

Posts from Shadow education secretary Andy Burnham and NUS president Liam Burns amongst content on n

New football accreditation deal will allow "live" reports
By Press Gazette - 15 August 14:17

Journalists given permission to provide live updates online.

The Chinese Google
By Jonathan Margolis - 15 August 1:00

Baidu is the search engine of choice for 85 per cent of China’s net users. But what kind of window on the world is it when it claims Tiananmen Square is nothing more than a tourist attraction?

NoSweat to appeal after losing NCTJ accreditation
By Press Gazette - 08 August 15:06

Journalism training organisation views decision as unfair and vows to fight for a repeal.

Paul Cheal named IPC's digital publishing director
By Press Gazette - 29 July 17:43

Current NME publishing director will take up new position in late autumn.

Digital subs drive revenue growth at FT
By Dominic Ponsford - 29 July 16:51

Financial Times Group announce rise in profits after change to business model.

Court of Appeal upholds copyright in web headlines
By Dominic Ponsford - 28 July 15:37

The Court of Appeal is introducing new copyright measures, that will preserve newspaper rights to li

Media ordered to hand over Belfast riots footage
By Press Gazette - 25 July 13:39

Photographers and video journalists encouraged to challenge court order.

Ex-tabloid duo cash-in as news agency Splash is sold
By Press Gazette - 21 July 12:56

Picture agency Corbis celebrates purchase of news agency founded by British redtop jounrnalists.

Council takes on press with 'For the Record' site
By Press Gazette - 13 July 12:38

Press scrutiny spreads yet further as Medway Council sets up a new media monitoring website.

The most exciting British innovation since cat's eyes?
By Jason Stamper - 11 July 14:19

British software champion may have cracked augmented reality.

Talent's Tweets restricted by BBC actions
By Scarlett Evans - 04 July 16:59

A new BBC contract clause may be introduced with the aim of preventing Tweets from revealing confide

Times boasts more than 100,000 digital subscribers
By Press Gazette - 01 July 13:41

One year on from introducting its paywall, The Times online tops 100,000 digital subscribers