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Magazine charged with breaching reporting restrictions over piece by Rod Liddle.
The media company is launching a new monthly magazine.
Paul Baxendale-Walker will create two Loaded TV channels.
Subscribers on the up.
Chris Hughes signals intention to bring the nearly century-old magazine into the digital age.
Alan Philps, former foreign editor of the Daily Telegraph, will be the magazine's new editor.
Celebrity Pictures claim photographs of Apprentice star were used without their consent.
Editors of weekly celebrity magazines appear in front of Leveson inquiry.
The singer claims the photograph used in the piece was taken four years before the story was printed
Future recently reported a massive pre-tax loss largely caused by the poor performance of its US div
Life in Petersfield and Life in Haslemere have been bought from local publisher Life Magazines.
The 81-year-old weekly magazine has a face lift.
The editor of the <em>New Statesman</em> reflects on the life and legacy of Christopher Hitchens.
Friends and colleagues recall how Christopher Hitchens bagged his dream job as a staff writer at the
Magazine's publisher announces 6 per cent increase in profits as subcriptions top 100,000.
In an age where easy prosperity will never return, the challenge is to “protect” against privatisati
Democratic socialist magazine to cease publication after 75 years, leaving website feed behind.
Peter Phippen wins PPA’s Marcus Morris Award 2011.
Peter Wilby named Media Commentator of the Year at Editorial Intelligence Awards.
The writer and human rights campaigner will join us in November.
Roger Highfield steps down after three years at the magazine
The former editor of Take a Break criticises journalists who accept freebies
The new yachting magazine will be aimed at the world's super-rich.
New bribery laws could mean journalists accepting free gifts are at risk of committing a criminal of
Chief executive of Professional Publishers Association hails "continued strength" of magazine indust