Plans to ensure government media policies are followed
Paul Martin was detained in Gaza on February 14
Circulation, Editorial and Promotions Awards will not be held
Publicist and News International chief executive in settlement
Decline of 45 per cent in 2009
Google's chief economist, Hal Varian, has said generic news outfits charging for news is a bad idea.
Move in support of threatened cartoonist
Belusconi angered by freelance
Rupert Murdoch's overweening power goes unchallenged in Australia, where all the main parties pay fe
Gloucestershire-based weekly Stroud Life has launched a beer under its own name.
Jack Straw yesterday refused calls for further details to be released.
The cuts come after Plymouth and Bristol-based titles merge.
British Sports Journalism Awards recognises former cricketer.
Zoe Margolis has decided to take action against the Independent on Sunday.
Former NBC Universal executive Juan Lopez-Valcarcel to take role.
Trinidad and Tobago's newspaper Newsday has partnered with USA Today to launch the country's edition
The Independent News and Media (INM) has divested another 7.5 per cent stake in the Indian publishin
Iran's Press Supervisory Board last week shut down the country's most prominent reformist daily pape
News Corp's Fox International Channels (FIC) unveils plans to base the Middle East operations of its
Attorney General’s office reports that no action is currently being taken against newspapers for bre
Shadow culture minister Jeremy Hunt has promised a revolution in local media by sweeping away compet
Freddie Johnston will retire from the Johnston Press at the company's annual meeting in April.
The three-day Abu Dhabi Media Summit will open on 9 March at the Yas Hotel.
The Spanish daily newspaper El Mundo plans to launch a paid-for news application for internet and sm
The shadow secretary for local government and communities called for councils to be transparent abou
The search engine 'Bing', owned by Microsoft, is looking at ways to help UK newspapers produce quali
Journalists at two Johnston Press-owned titles will refuse to take part in training for a new conten
The axing of 1,700 staff and the sale or closure of 30 publications helped the UK's biggest newspape
Journalists working on Johnston Press newspapers in the Midlands and the North of England could stri