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

Top 40 UK news websites list puts BBC top
By Press Gazette - 27 June 13:25

The Mail Online comes a close second, with the Guardian website taking third place.

Major lesbian sock puppets? Whatever next?
By Sophie Elmhirst - 23 June 12:33

Let's get to the point. Are there any lesbian bloggers out there who aren't straight, middle-aged, American men?

A U-turn on "U-turn"
By Duncan Robinson - 22 June 13:36

The Foreign Office's own website accidentally labels World Service move a "massive U-turn".

Guardian says digital - not print - now its priority
By Dominic Ponsford - 17 June 12:44

The Guardian's shift in priorities will mean it becomes a "digital-first" organisation.

Ex-GMTV and FHM pair join online lifestyle mag Blokely
By Press Gazette - 15 June 13:08

Andrew Castle and Matthew Hambly join the team of online magazine.

Journalist wins funding for Google AdSense rival
By Andrew Pugh - 14 June 14:05

Rick Waghorn receives six-figure sum from regional development fund.

Terminally ill girl becomes rapid internet hit
By Emanuelle Degli Esposti - 09 June 18:15

15-year-old Alice Pyne blogged about her "bucket list" of things to do before she dies.

Julian Assange awarded top UK Journalism Prize
By Emanuelle Degli Esposti - 02 June 14:04

WikiLeaks founder wins prestigious prize for journalism.

Rihanna or the Queen: who does the Daily Mail prefer?
By Will Sturgeon - 02 June 10:40

Play the game and find out.

UK-based journalism project wins Charlemagne Youth Prize 2011
By Emanuelle Degli Esposti - 01 June 16:44

Innovative online magazine, Europe & Me, is the first British nominated project to win prestigious i

Brand Republic Group to go behind online paywall
By Dominic Ponsford - 01 June 13:50

Group editor Danny Rogers says they remain committed to a multi-channel strategy, but as trends grav

The end of Twitter’s age of innocence
By Duncan Robinson - 30 May 14:34

An English council’s successful attempt to subpoena Twitter users’ account information in US courts

Twitter will notify users accused of injunction breach
By Harry Key - 26 May 14:28

Before giving up your personal details for legal enquiries Twitter plans to give you a chance to def

Why I signed the WikiLeaks NDA
By Becky Hogge - 16 May 17:06

Becky Hogge offers some thoughts on the WikiLeaks gagging order story.

Editor apologises over “hottest sex offenders” story
By Tom Kavanagh - 16 May 15:06

Houston Press editor Richard Connelly backs down over ‘10 Hottest Women on the Texas Sex Offenders L

News apps, iPads and sites rated
By Alice Gribbin - 13 May 18:31

Report praises Guardian for its cross-channel features and names Sun worst for digital usability.

Six Online Media Awards nominations for Press Gazette
By Press Gazette - 12 May 15:22

OMA Awards 23 June, Marriot Kensington, London.

Tabloid morality, missing Madeleine and the perils of a clever politician
By Peter Wilby - 12 May 13:28

The downmarket newspapers can scarcely contain their glee at the rash of allegations on Twitter, naming celebrities who have supposedly taken out superinjunctions to prevent publication of details of their sexual behaviour.

Twitter users take on superinjunctions
By Alice Gribbin - 09 May 15:36

Tweet tags reveal those allegedly granted gagging orders.

NI marketing boss completes Beyond the Paywall line-up
By Press Gazette - 05 May 12:53

Event at City University, London on 9 May, 7pm.

New secret files leak shines light on Guantanamo
By Press Gazette - 26 April 13:13

Detainee assessment briefs contain intelligence on some of the 172 currents inmates and 604 since tr

Pulitzer Prize: First web-based win
By Alice Gribbin - 19 April 16:00

Online investigative news group ProPublica win America's great journalism award

Twitter allegedly set to buy Tweetdeck for $50m
By Francisco Perez - 19 April 12:36

Owner Ian Dodsworth remains silent on a transaction which could strengthen Twitter’s technological o

Accountancy Age scraps print edition
By Andrew Pugh - 18 April 15:24

The Incisive Media publication will be online-only from this week.

Leader: The bugger tweeted
By Staff blogger - 15 April 14:03

It's easy to be cynical about Twitter but there are times when it comes into its own.

Confessions of a fuzzy twit
By Simon Pegg - 14 April 13:48

The actor/director Simon Pegg describes his initiation into the Twitterverse.

What’s new about WikiLeaks?
By Julian Assange - 14 April 13:35

We shouldn’t be surprised by the war on WikiLeaks. The elite have always loathed the radical press,

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