New BBC Online licence confirms reduced service
By Andrew Pugh - 14 April 13:18

The BBC Trust has published its revised service licence for BBC Online following a strategic review

Publishers fight 'damaging' new fees for online video
By Andrew Pugh - 14 April 12:57

Transfer of regulation of video-on-demand sector could cost businesses thousands.

Unpaid bloggers to take Ariana Huffington to court
By Francisco Perez - 13 April 18:58

Former Huffington Post contributors have filed a $105m lawsuit over the sale of the website to inter

Leader: Democracy depends upon a free media and an informed public
By Jemima Khan - 07 April 17:01

The WikiLeaks cables exposed government corruption, war crimes and human rights abuses.

BBC must be 'more vigilant' over outsourcing deals
By Press Gazette - 07 April 13:19

Public Accounts Committee criticizes BBC deal with Siemens over a major digital technology project

Olympics auction for outside ad space
By Liam McLaughlin - 04 April 14:22

Advertising space at the London 2012 Olympics is to be auctioned online.

Lord Judge calls for technology to boost court reporting
By Press Gazette - 30 March 12:10

In a speech, Lord Judge expressed hopes for technology to improve implementation of justice.

Social media boosts online advertising revenues
By Francisco Perez - 29 March 12:13

Report shows £945m was made from advertising on social networks, as the online display sector genera

Endemol buys a 50 per cent stake in gossip site Holy Moly
By Francisco Perez - 28 March 13:22

Investment by the reality television producer will allow the website to expand to other popular cult

Music royalties fall for the first time ever
By Liam McLaughlin - 28 March 12:27

The Performing Right Society report a drop of 1 per cent in total royalties.

Huffington Post to launch UK edition over the summer.
By Francisco Perez - 25 March 11:16

This future site is part of Huffington and AOL's strategy to further enter international markets.

iPad 2 hype begins early
By Liam McLaughlin - 25 March 11:10

Consumers camp outside London's Apple stores for up to 33 hours.

Independent News Media announces digital projects to come
By Francisco Perez - 22 March 12:53

INM has unveiled four projects aiming to diversify the group's digital activities.

The hyperlocal landgrab
By Alex Klaushofer - 18 March 18:34

Who will come out on top in the coming battle between new and old media over hyperlocal news?

New York Times to charge for website access
By Francisco Perez - 18 March 11:35

The newspaper will charge for access to its website globally as of March 28

European Union seeks more privacy for social network users
By Liam McLaughlin - 17 March 11:40

The EU plans to enforce higher standards of privacy on social networks.

Twitter co-founder to join Huffington Post amidst AOL struggle
By Francisco Perez - 16 March 12:05

Biz Stone to work across Huffington Post Media and other AOL assets.

Assange: the internet is "the greatest spying machine the world has ever seen"
By Liam McLaughlin - 16 March 11:47

The statement from the Wikileaks Chief came during a speech at the Cambridge Union.

Shortlist to launch email newsletter sister brand to Stylist
By Press Gazette - 15 March 12:20

The new daily email newsletter will be sent to registered users as of April.

Court hands down first Twitter libel damages order
By Press Gazette - 14 March 10:34

Welsh councillor fined £3000 for defamatory tweet

Six Facebook billionaires on Forbes rich list
By James Preston - 10 March 11:44

Goldman Sachs injection leads to vast increases in wealth.

Perform to float on stock exchange
By James Preston - 10 March 11:20

Company looks to raise money to build business.

Twitter auction launched for Comic Relief
By James Preston - 10 March 8:16

Famous faces offer 'follows' and prizes on social networking website.

News International claims paywall benefit for advertisers
By James Preston - 08 March 11:15

Research company finds higher user engagement and opinion of adverts from subscribers.

Kevin Marsh to leave the BBC after 33 years
By Press Gazette - 03 March 12:31

Marsh was editor of the Today programme in the run in the the second Iraq war.

Adverts for fast broadband speeds are misleading and unrealistic says Ofcom
By Susannah Butter - 02 March 10:52

Internet service providers unable to deliver the fast speeds that they promise.

Assange blames "Jewish" journalists for negative coverage
By James Preston - 01 March 18:18

The WikiLeaks founder also hits out at the Guardian in a phone conversation with the editor of Priva

Is it the end of the bad old days for the Daily Express and Daily Star?
By Steven Baxter - 01 March 11:16

With increasing cross-promotion within his group, Richard Desmond can no longer pander solely to Little Englanders.

Showbiz agency expands with new London video unit
By Dominic Ponsford - 01 March 10:25

Splash News TV builds on success of its videon stream service.

Working group formed over website blocking
By James Preston - 25 February 12:18

ISPs, rights holders and search engines come together to find new solutions for tackling illegal fil