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.

Sue Matthias is new FT Magazine editor
By Dominic Ponsford - 11 May 13:40

Move part of flurry of new senior appointments.

Sunday World to pay £30,000 in damages to property developer
By New Statesman - 11 May 13:15

As part of a settlement, publishers issue an apology and agree to pay costs of libel action.

Telegraph launches new British food campaign
By New Statesman - 11 May 13:12

Campaign will be backed by the supermarket chain Morrisons.

News of the World hires Sunday Mirror's Mike Small
By New Statesman - 11 May 13:10

Small to be associate editor.

Political commentator Alan Watkins dies at 77
By New Statesman - 10 May 11:33

Many politicians and celebrities including Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg paid tributes

Independent's Patrick Cockburn wins 'Peace Through Media Award'
By New Statesman - 10 May 11:29

Award convenor Dalia Salaam described his coverage of the Middle East as "incredible."

Washington Post revenues surge 11 per cent in first quarter
By New Statesman - 10 May 11:26

The company generates a profit of $45.4m.

Mail on Sunday to introduce fashion supplement
By New Statesman - 10 May 11:21

The newspaper plans to make it an annual feature.

Survey: Editors say access to public info getting harder
By Oliver Luft - 07 May 14:27

Almost two thirds of editors said reporters from their newspapers had been barred from accessing a p

First editions: Focus on exit poll as result too close to call
By Oliver Luft - 07 May 14:07

Failure of a clear frontrunner to emerge leads many nationals to focus on predictions of a hung parl

Herald and Evening Times staff on strike
By New Statesman - 07 May 13:58

Over 140 staff at Newsquest-owned newspapers took part in 24-hour strike following group's decision

Mirror defies Bullingdon pic ban - Sun opts for HOPE
By Dominic Ponsford - 07 May 13:55

The Daily Mirror today defied a ban to republish the infamous 1987 picture of David Cameron posing with his Bullingdon Club drinking friends using it for a special election-day front page.

Editors say access to public info getting harder
By Oliver Luft - 07 May 13:39

Eight out of ten local newspaper editors believe accessing information from public bodies has become

Amnesty International announces media awards shortlist
By New Statesman - 06 May 11:12

Awards recognise excellence in human rights reporting.

Zimbabwe promises media reforms
By New Statesman - 06 May 10:58

Foreign journalists invited into country.

The Sun’s front page: our favourite parodies
By George Eaton - 06 May 10:56

Cameron as Obama front page gets spoofed.

World Bank bans Macmillan
By New Statesman - 06 May 10:50

Move comes after publisher admits bribes.

Will Lewis quits Telegraph Media Group
By New Statesman - 06 May 10:45

41 year-old Lewis was youngest editor of the Daily Telegraph.

The war pundits
By Yo Zushi - 05 May 17:45

The right-wing press denies dignity to our enemies and trivialises the horror of war.

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