About one-third of the 27,000 people surveyed in 52 countries by media research firm Nielsen have sa
The New York Times Company (NYTC) has returned to the black with a profit of $19.9m for the year 200
The Cleethorpes Chronicle is today celebrating the publication of its 100th edition.
The National Union of Journalists is to ballot staff working at Blackpool Gazette and Herald over po
The Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT) has hinted at a recovery in its revenue from UK newspapers a
A relentless focus on controlling costs has contributed to a major turnaround of New York Times in t
Metropolitan police assistant commissioner, John Yates, has been chastised by the culture select com
Specialist consumer publisher Future has reported circulation revenue down four per cent and adverti
Daily Mail & General Trust recorded a year-on-year fall in overall revenue of 15 per cent in the thr
The Guardian’s business editor, Deborah Hargreaves, is amongst the latest wave of names to emerge as
MEN Media, publisher of the Manchester Evening News, is proposing to relocate all commercial and edi
For years the Manchester Evening News was the cash cow which bankrolled the losses of the Guardian i
The National Union of Journalists is to raise concerns about media plurality and diversity of inform
The Guardian is to end its 130 year association with the Manchester Evening News after its parent co
Conservative peer Lord Ashcroft is pursuing a legal action against The Independent newspaper claming
A privacy action was initiated today against the News of the World over its story that alleged the H
The paid-content club has found new takers among European newspapers.
The 20-year-old son of the New York Times' Jerusalem bureau chief, Ethan Bronner, has joined the Isr
During the recession, brands that wanted to keep on advertising, flocked to the internet – and away
The News Corp is planning to launch a global network for its female executives.
A reporter persuaded a judge to overturn an order which banned the media from naming a sex offender
Despite the growth of the ‘blogosphere’, more Britons like to read comment in print than in any othe
Times columnist Matthew Parris has been named as the nation’s top comment writer in a Press Gazette
The Sun today published photos and video of Portsmouth manager Avram Grant visiting a massage parlou
An Ontario court extended Canadian media company, Canwest Global Communications Corp, court protecti
British tabloid The Daily Star has apologised to Heather Mills, the English charity campaigner and f
Governments must support newspapers that are on the verge of collapse, said Sir Martin Sorrell, chie
Alexander Lebedev, the owner of the London Evening Standard, is reportedly in discussions with Egypt
Paul Gilshan has been appointed as the head of marketing for The Times, by News International.
The French model at the centre of claims surrounding England captain John Terry's alleged affair has