Evening Standard's readership soars by 133 per cent
By New Statesman - 02 March 12:26

The London Evening Standard's readership has risen by 133 per cent year-on-year, according to the Na

Manawatu Standard editor awarded top print industry fellowship
By New Statesman - 01 March 12:18

The New Zealand newspaper Manawatu Standards' editor, Michael Cummings, has been awarded a top print

FT's US editor may join Thomson Reuters
By New Statesman - 01 March 12:17

Chrystia Freeland, the editor of the US edition of the Financial Times (FT), is likely to leave the

US should go the Europe way in paywalls
By New Statesman - 01 March 12:16

Several US newspapers, such as the New York Times and the Enterprise-Record, have announced plans to

Lebedev to pay £1 for the Independent
By New Statesman - 01 March 12:13

Russian billionaire Alexander Lebedev is likely to pay a token £1 to take control of The Independent

Lib Dem MP instructs lawyers over phone hacking case
By New Statesman - 01 March 12:11

The Lib Dem MP Lembit Opik has instructed his lawyers to check if his mobile phone was hacked by Gle

Regional ABCs: Weekly sales continue to slide
By Patrick Smith - 26 February 12:35

The downturn in local newspaper readership shows no sign of slowing in the weekly market where just

Tennis player Robert Dee sues the Telegraph
By New Statesman - 26 February 12:18

Robert Dee has sued The Daily Telegraph for calling him the "the world's worst tennis pro".

INM and Lebedev inch closer to deal
By New Statesman - 26 February 12:17

The Independent News & Media (INI) and Alexander Lebedev are understood to have lodged a submission

Local Heroes 2010: Future of local news conference
By Dominic Ponsford - 26 February 12:15

Kingston University and Press Gazette have teamed up to host a unique one-day conference - Local Her

ABCe: Mail Online goes top as reporting method changes
By Oliver Luft - 26 February 12:12

Mail Online was the most popular national newspaper website in January with a daily average of 2,156

Government to close voicemail hacking loophole
By New Statesman - 25 February 16:41

The British government plans to close a loophole in the law that makes it legal to hack into voicema

MPs: "collective amnesia" at the NoW on phone hacking
By Oliver Luft - 25 February 14:05

A committee of MPs has criticised the "collective amnesia" of senior figures from the News of the Wo

Washington Post quarterly revenues rise
By New Statesman - 25 February 12:27

The Washington Post company has reported higher quarterly revenues for the fourth quarter of 2009. I

Sun and Times play down NoW's phone hacking scandal
By New Statesman - 25 February 12:26

The MPs criticising the executives of the News of the World (NoW) over the hacking scandal have rece

Portland paper sheds staff
By New Statesman - 25 February 12:26

Oregon's largest newspaper The Oregonian, which employs nearly 750 people, has laid-off 37 of its ne

Andy Coulson under pressure to defend his editorship
By New Statesman - 25 February 12:22

Andy Coulson, who is currently David Cameron's communications editor, is likely to come under fresh

Restructuring at E.W. Scripps to affect 100 employees
By New Statesman - 24 February 12:32

E.W. Scripps Co. has said that over 100 employees will be affected by the planned reorganisation of

News Corp to buy Rotana for $70m
By Staff blogger - 24 February 12:31

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp is reported to be buying television and media company Rotana for $70m. Th

Daily Telegraph leads British Press Awards nominations
By Press Gazette - 24 February 12:30

The Daily Telegraph leads the nominations in this year's British Press Awards with 19 shortlisted en

Lib Dems call for judicial inquiry into NI hacking
By New Statesman - 24 February 12:28

The Liberal Democrats have called for a judicial inquiry into allegations of phone hacking by Rupert

MPs: Action needed on privacy, libel and CFAs
By Dominic Ponsford - 24 February 12:25

MPs have called for a new requirement that journalists notify the subjects of their articles in adva

MPs: PCC should fine papers or suspend printing
By Oliver Luft - 24 February 12:22

A committee of MPs has recommended the overhaul of the Press Complaints Commission after criticising

YouGov chief to run as Tory MP
By New Statesman - 23 February 12:24

The chief executive of the online market research agency YouGov, Nadhim Zahawi, will reportedly step

Lebedevs meet Gordon Brown
By New Statesman - 23 February 12:22

Alexander Lebedev and his son Evgeny have reportedly met Gordon Brown at Downing Street, ahead of fi

Nick Allan to take over as GNM's head of Communications
By New Statesman - 23 February 12:20

Nick Allan, a former associate partner at Portland and Press Secretary at the British Embassy in Was

ITV's Steve Scott sues Daily Mail
By New Statesman - 23 February 12:18

ITV newsreader Steve Scott has initiated legal action against Associated Newspapers, the subsidiary

Independent issues correction over front page Trafigura ‘Toxic shame’ story
By Dominic Ponsford - 23 February 12:16

The Independent has issued a correction over a front page story from 17 September 2009 about oil com

New York Times to brace metered paywall model
By New Statesman - 23 February 12:15

The New York Times (NYT) newspaper plans to adopt the metered paywall model to charge readers for co

PCC censures The News over suicide reporting
By Oliver Luft - 23 February 12:09

Portsmouth newspaper, The News, has been censured by the Press Complaints Commission for reporting e

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