Newspapers
03 August 2012
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks was formally charged with phone hacking today and will appear...
Media
03 August 2012
London’s weekly listings mag Time Out is to go free later this year, it announced this moring Time Out said that...
Digital
27 July 2012
No evidence anyone found tweet 'menacing'
Newspapers
19 July 2012
A man has been arrested by police investigating alleged computer hacking. The Guardian is reporting that the man is a...
Business
12 July 2012
A total of 69 people applied to be the new director-general of the BBC, meeting minutes from the BBC Trust reveal today...
Media
12 July 2012
The BBC World Service has today bid farewell to its central London home for more than 70 years, broadcasting its final...
Media
11 July 2012
Fleet Street insiders fear a "domino effect" of more arrests as the Met Police Operation Elveden inquiry into...
Broadcast
06 July 2012
The NUJ has described ITN's plans to slash almost half of staff working on ITV London Tonight as “savage...
Media
27 June 2012
Express Newspapers saw operating losses of £1.1m last year, its latest figures reveal. The company, which...
Magazines
27 June 2012
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair is the guest editor of today’s Evening Standard. It comes on the same day...
World Affairs
26 June 2012
The BBC's coverage of the Arab Spring ignored events in some countries that were forgotten in the rush to...
Media
19 June 2012
  Financial Times deputy editor Martin Dickson has been appointed US managing editor. Dickson, who joined the FT...
Media
12 June 2012
Speaking exclusively to Press Gazette, he has also revealed the considerations he will weigh in deciding whether the...
Media
12 June 2012
The Sun went on the attack this morning over Gordon Brown’s appearance at Leveson, running a comment piece...
Media
11 June 2012
The move follows the sacking last week of Daily Mirror editor Richard Wallace and Sunday Mirror editor Tina Weaver....

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