The US has denied visas to an Iranian press delegation which was supposed to accompany president Mah
Financial Times' owner Pearson reported on Friday its first quarter revenues have increased by 7 per
The High Court of Ireland has ordered the winding-up of Limerick Independent Newspapers (LIN) becaus
The Guardian and the Observer, traditionally staunch supporters of Labour, have announced they are b
Journalists across Johnston Press voted on Friday to hold group-wide industrial action on the day th
Telegraph Media Group has announced the appointment of Allison Pearson as columnist and chief interv
Headline declaring: “Cameron risks backlash with early talk of victory” is scrapped.
Lenders offered $105m in cash plus the company's real estate, equivalent to $139m.
Rupert Murdoch's planned introduction of online paywalls across his print titles is a strategy desig
3 per cent fall in first three months of 2010.
Award-winning Daily Mail columnist Allison Pearson has today stepped down from her weekly slot in th
Largest losses registered in sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America along with the Middle East and Nor
South Wales Evening Post apologises after it incorrectly identified a man as having admitted engaged
Game entitled "The Sun World Cup Dream Team."
Site will be headed by Chris Cillizza, author of political blog The Fix.
They warn that helping the beleaguered country would endanger the entire eurozone.
The Independent News and Media (INM) has slashed its directors' payout from €6.1m in 2009 from €7.9m
Mrs Justice Sharp rules in favour of the Daily Telegraph.
Move follows Wilmington's decision not to hold awards this year due to lack of support from the indu
Medical charity Emergency likely to sue The Sunday Times for libel over a report claiming three of i
Front and back pages to feature HSBC ad in unusual move.
Weekday sales fell by 8.7 per cent year on year, according to figures released by the Audit Bureau o
Move an incentive for readers to pay for access.
Collective wealth of the 1,000 multi-millionaires in the 2010 Sunday Times Rich List has climbed by
News International-owned paper will be the first British national newspaper to run ads and editorial
The paper cuts down its media section from five pages to two.
David Cameron's director of communications and planning in more hot water
Journalists employed by Johnston Press at Yorkshire Regional Newspapers will hold a 24-hour strike o
Conroy, who served as general secretary in times of great upheaval between 1985 and 1990, died after
The Guardian News & Media (GNM) has been nominated in 13 categories in the ninth Digital Publishing