Digital
03 April 2012
Thousands of unpaid bloggers attempting to claim millions of dollars from Huffington Post have had their case dismissed...
Newspapers
28 March 2012
Former News of the World US editor James Desborough was today told he faces no further action in Scotland Yard's...
Media
28 March 2012
The BBC has announced that 140 journalists are being cut. This is the first round of cuts announced at BBC News as...
Media
08 March 2012
The BBC's former director of global news, Richard Sambrook, has been appointed director of Cardiff University's Centre...
Digital
08 March 2012
New web editor
Newspapers
28 February 2012
Police failed to tell Liberal Democrat deputy leader Simon Hughes that private investigator Glenn Mulcaire had his...
Media
22 February 2012
Education Secretary Michael Gove warned today warned against letting "judges, celebrities and the establishment...
Media
17 February 2012
News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch is in the UK to take charge of the latest crisis involving The Sun.Murdoch, who...
09 February 2012
It was revealed yesterday that The Times is facing the prospect of fresh legal action from the NightJack blogger as the...
Newspapers
31 January 2012
The former director of the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) has conceded the watchdog took a "restrictive and...
Media
31 January 2012
The editors of three of the UK's leading medical magazines have used a rare joint editorial to condemn the Coalition...
Broadcast
31 January 2012
Channel 4's Dispatches has recruited Daniel Pearl to edit the current affairs show from its BBC rival Panorama.Pearl,...
Media
31 January 2012
Gagging injunctions aimed at journalists could also be observed by Twitter, the website has told Parliament.Numerous...
Law
30 January 2012
Convicted former MSP Tommy Sheridan is due to be freed from prison today, after serving just over a year of his three-...
Media
30 January 2012
News International's policy of trawling internal logs for evidence of possible wrongdoing and handing over a succession...

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