BBC Magazines chief wins Marcus Morris Award
By Press Gazette - 24 October 15:56

Peter Phippen wins PPA’s Marcus Morris Award 2011.

New Statesman success at Comment Awards
By Staff blogger - 20 October 12:23

Peter Wilby named Media Commentator of the Year at Editorial Intelligence Awards.

Jemima Khan joins the New Statesman
By Helen Lewis - 17 October 12:14

The writer and human rights campaigner will join us in November.

New Scientist editor leaves to take up comms role
By Press Gazette - 06 October 13:33

Roger Highfield steps down after three years at the magazine

Ex editor slams greed of journalism's freebie culture
By Press Gazette - 06 October 13:11

The former editor of Take a Break criticises journalists who accept freebies

New mag targets readership worth '£300bn'
By Press Gazette - 28 September 13:25

The new yachting magazine will be aimed at the world's super-rich.

Could accepting freebies land journalists in jail?
By Press Gazette - 26 August 11:50

New bribery laws could mean journalists accepting free gifts are at risk of committing a criminal of

Mag ABCs: BBC and Dennis top-performing publishers
By Press Gazette - 22 August 11:26

Chief executive of Professional Publishers Association hails "continued strength" of magazine indust

Sun's Buzz magazine rebranded TV Buzz
By Press Gazette - 18 August 12:35

The Sun's Saturday magazine Buzz has been rebranded to avoid clashing with Fabulous magazine.

'Competition' prompts She and Cosmo Bride closures
By Press Gazette - 05 August 13:15

Magazine titles brought to an end with immediate effect following media merger.

Heart doc Wilmshurst wins libel battle by default
By Press Gazette - 02 August 16:09

After a four-year long libel battle, NHS cardiologist regains his reputation.

New teen pop mag launched
By Press Gazette - 18 July 12:45

Malcolm Mackenzie to edit a new magazine aimed at teenage pop fans.

NotW's Fabulous mag moved to Saturday's Sun
By Press Gazette - 13 July 12:37

After the closure of News of the World, the paper's magazine is handed over to another News Internat

Mark Frith steps down as Time Out editor
By Press Gazette - 12 July 15:03

Tim Arthur to become acting editor when Mark Frith leaves Time Out at the end of July.

Diana is dead - the media need to get over her
By Steven Baxter - 28 June 17:46

Newsweek's latest cover featuring a resurrected Diana is grubby, undignified and demeaning attempt t

UBM sells entertainment and technology titles for £2.4m
By Andrew Pugh - 27 June 13:16

The company has sold a range of its titles to an independent publisher

Editor’s Note — after Rowan Williams
By Jason Cowley - 23 June 12:32

Jason Cowley on the fallout from the Archbishop of Canterbury’s guest edit of the <em>New Statesman<

Jim Holder named as new Autocar editor
By Press Gazette - 20 June 12:44

Haymarket appoints <em>What Car?</em> editor to sister title.

Mollie Makes breaks Future subscription record
By Press Gazette - 17 June 13:10

3,000 subscribers sign up to Future's new craft magazine, Mollie Makes.

Sue James made editorial director at Woman
By Press Gazette - 16 June 12:25

The newly-created role has been taken by IPC Media's Sue James.

New upmarket sports mag to be launched next month
By Press Gazette - 14 June 13:53

Podium to be published six times a year by Illustrated London News.

Daily Mail rolls out 'Rewards Club' loyalty scheme
By Andrew Pugh - 08 June 13:12

The Daily Mail's newest ploy to increase sales set to become "biggest ever newspaper rewards program

Newsagents: We won't pay for lads' mag modesty covers
By Andrew Pugh - 08 June 13:12

The Bailey report recommends adult magazines and newspapers have "modesty covers", but newsagents' h

New editor for Kerrang! as rock mag hits 30
By Press Gazette - 07 June 15:14

James McMahon to be new editor of music magazine.

B2B publisher Centaur pushes into China
By Press Gazette - 02 June 17:01

UK Business publisher takes on the Far East.

Ex-BBC man attacks 'gratuitous' rise of piece to camera
By Andrew Pugh - 02 June 14:04

A reporter has criticized the BBC's broadcast of irrelavent footage dominated by piece-to-camera sty

Injunction breach is latest example of 'Streisand effect'
By Andrew Pugh - 27 May 12:39

Lawyers are "swimming against the historical tide of connectedness online" in recent injunction case

Sun hit by Karen Matthews gagging order
By Andrew Pugh - 27 May 12:38

A privacy injuction has prevented The Sun from publishing a story about Matthews, jailed for faking

Sun and Mirror press on with Ryan Giggs revelations
By Press Gazette - 25 May 14:11

Further details about Imogen Thomas affair have been released but the ban on using Giggs's name stil

Hull Daily Mail campaign creates 157 apprenticeships
By Andrew Pugh - 24 May 12:54

Hull Daily Mail exceeds its target in a campaign to get young people working