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
The Sun's Saturday magazine Buzz has been rebranded to avoid clashing with Fabulous magazine.
Magazine titles brought to an end with immediate effect following media merger.
After a four-year long libel battle, NHS cardiologist regains his reputation.
Malcolm Mackenzie to edit a new magazine aimed at teenage pop fans.
After the closure of News of the World, the paper's magazine is handed over to another News Internat
Tim Arthur to become acting editor when Mark Frith leaves Time Out at the end of July.
Newsweek's latest cover featuring a resurrected Diana is grubby, undignified and demeaning attempt t
The company has sold a range of its titles to an independent publisher
Jason Cowley on the fallout from the Archbishop of Canterbury’s guest edit of the <em>New Statesman<
Haymarket appoints <em>What Car?</em> editor to sister title.
3,000 subscribers sign up to Future's new craft magazine, Mollie Makes.
The newly-created role has been taken by IPC Media's Sue James.
Podium to be published six times a year by Illustrated London News.
The Daily Mail's newest ploy to increase sales set to become "biggest ever newspaper rewards program
The Bailey report recommends adult magazines and newspapers have "modesty covers", but newsagents' h
James McMahon to be new editor of music magazine.
UK Business publisher takes on the Far East.
A reporter has criticized the BBC's broadcast of irrelavent footage dominated by piece-to-camera sty
Lawyers are "swimming against the historical tide of connectedness online" in recent injunction case
A privacy injuction has prevented The Sun from publishing a story about Matthews, jailed for faking
Further details about Imogen Thomas affair have been released but the ban on using Giggs's name stil
Hull Daily Mail exceeds its target in a campaign to get young people working