Moscow Times writer punished for presenting State Duma deputy as ultranationalist sympathizer
Recovering-alcoholics fear backlash selling Big Issue in jackets sponsored by wine label
After 17 years in the business PC Zone magazine is finally to close
Only 87 magazines closed first half of 2010, compared to triple that last year.
Legal fight erupts when creditors demand customer list as part of magazine's property.
As founding editor David Goodhart leaves the magazine, Prospect looks to double sales.
The New Yorker, Vogue, Time and the Atlantic are among the US magazines to report their first rise i
The founder of Playboy magazine faces competition from rivial magazine in his bid to buy Playboy Ent
Sports Illustrated's website to be merged with other Turner Sports' sites.
Publisher claims issue was tribute to author Saramago.
Publisher redesigns magazine to appeal to wider audience.
Satirical magazine issues firm rebuttal to Telegraph owners.
Spratling leaves post after seeing through private equity buyout.
Online articles will shortened and will direct readers to the print and iPad version.
Title looks to digital format to increase circulation
Global publishing summit in Sao Paolo set for September
Time and Forbes among magazines opposing rate rises.
South Korean homeless begin selling first Big Issue in Seoul.
Single player of the year award will be given out starting January next year.
Operating profits up to £18.4 for BBC Magazines, and they expect further increases in 2010-11.
Amateur Photographer magazine gives away lens cloth guide to photographer's rights.
Magazine publishers say the proposed increase in postage costs will make a "tremendous difference" t
New prime minster Julia Gillard to feature on the cover of Australian Women's Weekly.
Police to sue Tempo magazine over story alleging corruption.
Special editions of Bon Appetit, Glamour, GQ, Vogue and the New Yorker will be on newsstands this su
Traditional Home magazine is also being scaled back.
Magazine reportedly will have messages from Osama Bin Laden and bomb-making instructions.
The article about Indian immigrants in Edison, New Jersey, has caused offence.
Washington Post rejects two offers before upcoming deadline.
Candid picture of Libyan leader wins photo of the year for David Bebber.