Metro, the UK's national freesheet, is partnering with ITV to promote the broadcaster's HD Channel.
America's largest newspaper publisher Gannett, which publishes USA Today, has reported a 51 per cent
The newspaper apologised to charity trustees for linking their organisation to an Al Qaeda commander
"World Newspaper Future & Change Study 2010" survey will address how newspapers are responding to on
Scottish branch of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) kicks off 'Kick the Amateurs into Touch'
An MSP has failed in an attempt to sue the Daily Record for defamation over an interview it ran with
Nominations in categories for political writing, books and blogs were announced this week.
The NCTJ National Certificate Examination in March had a pass rate of 52 per cent.
Group plans to launch free paper to combat rival title.
International news agencies including Reuters, Agence France-Presse, AP and Getty Images are in disp
British Chiropractic Association drops its case against science writer.
Guardian News & Media confirms its Eyewitness iPad app has been downloaded more than 50,000 times in
ASA bans ad whose depiction of the Western Wall it says is misleading.
The National Union of Journalists has asked parliamentary candidates to where they stand on five med
The Sun apologised yesterday for their story headlined "FIZZ ROYAL HIGHNESS", published on Monday.
The Liberal Democrats used yesterday's manifesto launch to pledge libel law reforms in England and W
The American paper and British broadcaster have picked up a total of 24 nominations for the 2010 Web
Regional publisher Johnston Press is to transfer the production operation of its North East newspape
Spanish High Court acquits five newspaper executives of Basque daily from charges of belonging to th
Service which allows anyone to print their own newspaper goes from strength to strength.
Newspaper dominated the prestigious journalism awards.
Manifesto urges reform to encourage freedom of speech.
The news investigation comes three years after two News of the World journalists were jailed for int
Gloom about future of industry widespread, according to survey.
Justice secretary Jack Straw's plans to reform libel law has lost out to opposition and the timetabl
Work and Pensions secretary Yvette Cooper was caught making comments about journalists to Liam Byrne
The Association of Journalists Against Aids in Tanzania (AJAAT) is active in exposing health risks,
Guardian News and Media is to outsource production of its commercially-funded supplements, microsite
The Conservative Party has committed itself to a "fundamental review" of the libel laws.