Title bags win for seventh year running.
Creditors planning to take over Philadelphia's two largest newspapers lose motion to delay the actio
Thabo Khongoane killed during armed robbery.
Restrictions on media reporting of the Anat Kam espionage case eased.
Judge conducting trial of alleged serial killer is suing a newspaper covering the case.
John Fry was paid almost one million pounds for his first year at the helm of the regional newspaper
Collaboration with social networking website will provide some free content to users.
Sly Bailey's total remuneration package saw a 66 per cent increase in 2009 to £1.68m.
North Carolina’s Raleigh-Durham International airport could be forced to set up coin-operated newspa
New York designer launches spring collection of eco-friendly wallpapers made of recycled newspapers.
Private equity firm will invest in Indian media group.
Journalists at the Johnston Press-owned Blackpool Gazette and Herald will embark on an indefinite pe
Guardian News and Media has confirmed that it's considering outsourcing its Guardian Creative depart
Legislation to drastically curb the success fees charged by lawyers who take libel cases on a "no wi
Committee of lawyers from newspaper groups, leading London firms and members of the judiciary to exa
Freedom of Information Act will be extended to cover four more bodies.
Commission has criticised a report on press standards, privacy and libel.
The Russian businessman has thanked the Guardian for its advertisment which questioned the editorial
Gordon Brown accused of “class war” for referring to “ordinary” background.
US newspaper publisher Gannett has set out plans to partner with California-based Bitcentral to impr
The Guardian is contemplating outsourcing up to 55 staff to cut down costs, reports the Telegraph.
Research by the Newspaper Society has revealed that about 60 regional newspapers in the UK were clos
The Independent on Sunday (IoS) has called for nominations to its third annual Happy List, which hon
The government is likely to order a new inquiry into the News of the World (NoW) phone hacking scand
A top Vatican official, Cardinal William Levada, has criticised the New York Times' coverage of the
Uri Blau, a reporter with Israeli liberal newspaper Haaretz, is currently hiding in Britain.
Media to be allowed inside court hall of private hearings, following legal challenge by the Independ
The Independent and the Independent on Sunday are to be redesigned and relaunched.
The London financial freesheet, City AM, has disclosed information about an investor who bought five