Gary Lineker quits Mail on Sunday over tapping Triesman
By New Statesman - 19 May 11:09

He says serious damage has been caused to England's bid to host 2018 World Cup.

Re-imprisoned Vanunu now a prisoner of conscience
By Dominic Ponsford - 19 May 10:45

Vanunu was released in April 2004 after serving an 18-year sentence for treason and espionage.

Johnston Press legal challenge blocks group-wide strike
By Dominic Ponsford - 19 May 10:36

A day-long strike was due to take place tomorrow.

FT refuses to run Amnesty ad condemning Shell
By Dominic Ponsford - 19 May 10:33

FT explained he pulled out the ad for legal reasons, Amnesty describes this as "extremely disappoint

Guardian News & Media to outsource marketing design services to 999
By New Statesman - 18 May 15:32

Move follows outsourcing of commercially funded supplements, microsites and advertorials to Seven Sq

New York Times says second quarter print ad revenue improving
By New Statesman - 18 May 15:25

Digital advertising revenue to rise as well.

Shane Warne to pen Telegraph column
By Oliver Luft - 18 May 12:15

Spinner signs four-year deal.

Readers send Liz Jones cash and offers of help
By Oliver Luft - 18 May 12:10

"I could do you a food parcel" offered one.

Evgeny Lebedev: 'Independent may go partially free'
By Dominic Ponsford - 18 May 11:48

His father, however, disagrees.

Newspaper ABCs: April 2010
By Press Gazette - 17 May 14:58

Latest national newspaper circulation figures.

Australian newspaper sales continue to decline
By New Statesman - 17 May 14:35

Latest ABC figures show 3.1% decline in sales in first quarter.

GMG to launch Open Platform venture to commercial audience
By New Statesman - 17 May 14:33

Commercial partners will be able to buy access to the Guardian's statistics and content for their ow

Two of Will Lewis' key executives also leave Telegraph
By New Statesman - 17 May 14:30

Lewis' lieutenants depart from digital entrepreneurial unit.

Press Association: Funding for 'public service' pilot close
By Press Gazette - 17 May 12:59

Since announcing plans eleven months ago, PA has sought to establish more than anecdotal evidence ab

Sir Ray Tindle: Talk of local papers' demise unjustified
By New Statesman - 17 May 12:15

Many leading media analysts have been quick to write-off the prospects of local newspapers capturing

Circulations of just two nationals increase year-on-year
By Press Gazette - 17 May 12:09

Independent on Sunday and Daily Star rise while all else fall.

FT appoints Alec Russell as comment and analysis editor
By Press Gazette - 17 May 12:04

Russell, previously world news editor, will replace Caroline Daniel.

Sun website blocks Meltwater Media Monitor
By New Statesman - 14 May 12:35

Times Online has pulled out too.

Times to stem 'unsustainable losses' with up to 50 job cuts
By Oliver Luft - 14 May 12:31

The Times opened a voluntary redundancy process which would run for two weeks.

New York Times to expand ad sales offerings in Latin America
By New Statesman - 14 May 12:27

Ana Torres de Navarra and Isabel Amorim Sicherle to lead push.

Trinity Mirror total revenue down five per cent
By Oliver Luft - 14 May 12:26

The company's regional newspaper business recorded advertising revenues down eight per cent year on

Johnston Press predicts cuts to rise to £15m in 2010
By Oliver Luft - 13 May 12:19

Net debt at the end of April £419.1m.

Mail on Sunday awards advertising account to M&C Saatchi
By New Statesman - 13 May 12:10

Saatchi recently launched a £10m campaign to win over women aged 35 and above.

Sunday Times to scale back its Scottish edition
By New Statesman - 13 May 12:05

The 15 to 20 staff is thought to be cut to about four.

How Standard stopped presses for Brown scoop
By Dominic Ponsford - 13 May 11:47

Joe Murphy: "I was extremely confident about the story but wandering why nobody else was standing it

World Association of Newspapers’ congress postponed
By New Statesman - 12 May 12:53

The local partner of the association was unable to raise the needed financing for the conference.

JP Morgan raises stake in Gannett
By New Statesman - 12 May 12:49

JP Morgan is now the largest shareholder in the company.

Former Telegraph editor fined over refusal to pay licence fee
By New Statesman - 12 May 12:39

Charles Moore didn't pay his licence fee to protest against the BBC's refusal to sack Jonathan Ross.

CanWest sells newspapers for $1.1bn
By New Statesman - 12 May 12:27

Company ran into bankruptcy protection in January.

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