Dyke, Hislop and Paxman on shortlist.
Standard has potential to turn a profit in his three-year game plan.
Observer editor John Mulholland has admitted that his relaunch of the Observer unveiled this month w
Broadcaster Sir Michael Parkinson accepted £25,000 in libel damages from the Daily Mail, after takin
The Times has scrapped its daily Times2 features supplement in favour of a new series of themed pull
Digital editor of the Yorkshire Evening Post Geoff Fox has left to set up his own video PR business
Per-article fee deemed too tedious.
Beeb will not introduce more localised online content.
Blair has issued a writ over a story entitled "Outrage as Mandy goes on a country shoot with Gaddafi
Pearson Plc, which owns the Financial Times, reported a £761m profit for 2009, up 13 per cent from l
Rochdale Observer photographer Steve Bostock died suddenly after covering a football match last week
The cream of Britain’s comment journalists gathered at Press Gazette’s Carmelite Street offices for
The Financial Times has appointed Gillian Tett as US managing editor overseeing print and online edi
Revenue at Financial Times Publishing fell eight per cent in 2009 to £358m as adjusted operating pro
A report commissioned by the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has called for urgent ref
ABC's six-monthly circulation figures demonstrate that the sale of regional newspapers continues to
The Wall Street Journal, owned by media mogul Rupert Murdoch, is planning to launch a 16-18 page sec
The London Evening Standard's readership has risen by 133 per cent year-on-year, according to the Na
The New Zealand newspaper Manawatu Standards' editor, Michael Cummings, has been awarded a top print
Chrystia Freeland, the editor of the US edition of the Financial Times (FT), is likely to leave the
Several US newspapers, such as the New York Times and the Enterprise-Record, have announced plans to
Russian billionaire Alexander Lebedev is likely to pay a token £1 to take control of The Independent
The Lib Dem MP Lembit Opik has instructed his lawyers to check if his mobile phone was hacked by Gle
The downturn in local newspaper readership shows no sign of slowing in the weekly market where just
Robert Dee has sued The Daily Telegraph for calling him the "the world's worst tennis pro".
The Independent News & Media (INI) and Alexander Lebedev are understood to have lodged a submission
Kingston University and Press Gazette have teamed up to host a unique one-day conference - Local Her
Mail Online was the most popular national newspaper website in January with a daily average of 2,156
The British government plans to close a loophole in the law that makes it legal to hack into voicema
A committee of MPs has criticised the "collective amnesia" of senior figures from the News of the Wo