Newspaper Club creates buzz
By New Statesman - 13 April 11:51

Service which allows anyone to print their own newspaper goes from strength to strength.

Washington Post wins four Pulitzers
By New Statesman - 13 April 11:45

Newspaper dominated the prestigious journalism awards.

Labour pledges reform of libel laws
By New Statesman - 13 April 11:39

Manifesto urges reform to encourage freedom of speech.

Fleet Street faces new phone-hacking investigation
By Dominic Ponsford - 13 April 11:31

The news investigation comes three years after two News of the World journalists were jailed for int

US media executives call for new revenue streams
By New Statesman - 13 April 11:30

Gloom about future of industry widespread, according to survey.

Libel fees cut runs out of time
By New Statesman - 12 April 18:15

Justice secretary Jack Straw's plans to reform libel law has lost out to opposition and the timetabl

Cooper note caught on camera
By New Statesman - 12 April 16:02

Work and Pensions secretary Yvette Cooper was caught making comments about journalists to Liam Byrne

Journalists fight AIDS in Tanzania
By New Statesman - 12 April 15:53

The Association of Journalists Against Aids in Tanzania (AJAAT) is active in exposing health risks,

Seven Squared takes over Guardian ad supplements
By Dominic Ponsford - 12 April 14:13

Guardian News and Media is to outsource production of its commercially-funded supplements, microsite

Conservatives commit to libel reform bill
By Oliver Luft - 12 April 14:10

The Conservative Party has committed itself to a "fundamental review" of the libel laws.

Roger Alton steps down as Independent editor
By Dominic Ponsford - 12 April 14:04

Roger Alton has decided to stand down as editor of the Independent with immediate effect.

Pacific Business News bags Hawaii newspaper award
By New Statesman - 09 April 15:32

Title bags win for seventh year running.

Philadelphia newspaper auction will not be delayed
By New Statesman - 09 April 14:36

Creditors planning to take over Philadelphia's two largest newspapers lose motion to delay the actio

Editor shot dead at hotel in South Africa
By New Statesman - 09 April 14:28

Thabo Khongoane killed during armed robbery.

Gag order on former IDF soldier relaxed
By New Statesman - 09 April 14:24

Restrictions on media reporting of the Anat Kam espionage case eased.

Ohio judge sues newspaper for $50m
By New Statesman - 09 April 14:16

Judge conducting trial of alleged serial killer is suing a newspaper covering the case.

Johnston Press paid chief executive almost £1m for one year
By Oliver Luft - 09 April 13:44

John Fry was paid almost one million pounds for his first year at the helm of the regional newspaper

Financial Times ties up with Foursquare
By New Statesman - 08 April 16:01

Collaboration with social networking website will provide some free content to users.

Trinity Mirror CEO pay up by 66 per cent
By New Statesman - 08 April 15:53

Sly Bailey's total remuneration package saw a 66 per cent increase in 2009 to £1.68m.

North Carolina airport may have to install newspaper racks
By New Statesman - 08 April 15:49

North Carolina’s Raleigh-Durham International airport could be forced to set up coin-operated newspa

Newspapers recycled as wallpapers
By New Statesman - 08 April 15:45

New York designer launches spring collection of eco-friendly wallpapers made of recycled newspapers.

Blackstone invests $50m in Jagran Media Network
By New Statesman - 08 April 15:36

Private equity firm will invest in Indian media group.

Blackpool journalists to work-to-rule over Atex
By Oliver Luft - 08 April 13:50

Journalists at the Johnston Press-owned Blackpool Gazette and Herald will embark on an indefinite pe

No journalists involved in Guardian outsource move
By Dominic Ponsford - 08 April 13:45

Guardian News and Media has confirmed that it's considering outsourcing its Guardian Creative depart

No win, no fee libel reform shelved by election
By Dominic Ponsford - 07 April 14:09

Legislation to drastically curb the success fees charged by lawyers who take libel cases on a "no wi

Judicial committee to examine super-injunctions
By Oliver Luft - 07 April 14:04

Committee of lawyers from newspaper groups, leading London firms and members of the judiciary to exa

FOI scope to be extended from next year
By Oliver Luft - 07 April 13:56

Freedom of Information Act will be extended to cover four more bodies.

Press Complaints Commission criticises MPs' report
By New Statesman - 07 April 13:51

Commission has criticised a report on press standards, privacy and libel.

Lebedev thanks Guardian for ad
By New Statesman - 07 April 13:37

The Russian businessman has thanked the Guardian for its advertisment which questioned the editorial

The Daily Mail’s absurd claim of “class war”
By George Eaton - 07 April 11:40

Gordon Brown accused of “class war” for referring to “ordinary” background.