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News | Friday, 17 October 2014
Chris Evans promoted to director of content at Telegraph as Seiken takes on strategy role
The Daily Telegraph’s weekday editor Chris Evans has been promoted to group director of content. Jason Seiken remains chief content officer...
News | Friday, 17 October 2014
Met's Sun phone records grab wasn't 'last resort' - it was the first thing they did, lawyer reveals
Accessing the phone records of The Sun was “the very first thing” the Metropolitan Police did in its investigation into Plebgate, a...
News | Friday, 17 October 2014
News on the Move: How BBC is going mobile-first...Metro's online success story...Why Times is reader-first, not digital-first
Reports from the News on the Move III conference organised by Press Gazette in association with News UK held at the News Building on 16 October 2014...
News | Friday, 17 October 2014
Police failed to reveal Sally Murrer was a journalist when they sought approval to bug her, lawyer reveals
Thames Valley Police did not say Sally Murrer was a journalist when it applied to bug her conversations, her barrister has revealed. This week, the...
News | Friday, 17 October 2014
Mail Online hits daily traffic record of 11.8m, with 58m monthly unique browsers in the UK
Mail Online hit a new traffic record in May when it reached an average of 11,792,392 daily web browsers per day. This was just up from the previous...
News | Friday, 17 October 2014
Fourth Islamic State video emerges of British journalist John Cantlie on Youtube
Another propaganda video of captured British journalist John Cantlie has been released by the Islamic State. The photojournalist has...
News | Thursday, 16 October 2014
News of the World phone-hacking stories gave David Walliams 'sense of paranoia and worry', court hears as comedian settles claim
Actor and comedian David Walliams has settled his phone-hacking damages claim. Walliams, who is best known for the sketch show Little Britain but is...
News | Thursday, 16 October 2014
Six Sun journalists on trial corrupted public officials 'on a grand scale', court hears
Six senior staff and journalists at The Sun corrupted public officials "on a grand scale" to boost profits and further their agenda, a jury...
News | Thursday, 16 October 2014
Survey reveals importance of media in helping Scots make referendum decision
A new survey suggests newspapers played a bigger role in helping Scottish people decide how to vote in the referendum than social media and the...
News | Thursday, 16 October 2014
MPs back motion calling for action to stop police using RIPA to find journalists' sources
A dozen MPs have so far supported a motion expressing concern over police use of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act to find journalists's...
News | Thursday, 16 October 2014
Eighth local TV station for the UK launches in Cardiff
Made in Cardiff has today become the eighth local TV station to go live. It follows the launch earlier this month of Made in Bristol. Some 28 local...
News | Wednesday, 15 October 2014
DPP Saunders defends police spying on phone records of Sun and Mail on Sunday
The Director of Public Prosecutions has defended police use of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act against The Sun and Mail on Sunday. Asked...
News | Wednesday, 15 October 2014
Judge leaves former NoW managing editor Kuttner £135,000 out of pocket because 'he knew about Milly phone hack'
Rebekah Brooks's husband Charlie Brooks and the former managing editor of the News Of The World "brought suspicion on themselves", a...
News | Wednesday, 15 October 2014
'This appears to be deliberate censorship': China condemned over BBC news website block
The BBC has condemned China after its news site was blocked in the country today. Although individual pages have been blocked in recent years, the...
News | Wednesday, 15 October 2014
Former Sunday Mirror journalist charged with 2001 phone-hacking
A former Sunday Mirror journalist is to be charged with phone-hacking, the Crown Prosecution Service has said. A CPS spokesman said Graham...
News | Wednesday, 15 October 2014
Theresa May promises action to curb RIPA spying on journalists and extended periods on police bail
Home Secretary Theresa May is expected to announce a review today of whether to introduce a statutory time limit on how long people can be kept on...
News | Wednesday, 15 October 2014
'Perhaps the last of the old-style Fleet Street bosses': Former Daily Express deputy chairman Sir Jocelyn Stevens dies, aged 82
Former managing director and deputy chairman of Daily Express Newspapers Sir Jocelyn Stevens (pictured, Reuters) has died, aged 82. A Guardian...
News | Wednesday, 15 October 2014
French Government appeals to European Court Grand Chamber for right to fine magazine over Prince Albert love child story
The French government is appealing a decision in which it was judged to have breached the freedom of expression of a magazine it ordered to pay...
News | Tuesday, 14 October 2014
'RIPA should not be used to interfere with normal activities of journalists,' Blunkett tells MPs
Police should not use eavesdropping powers to interfere with the work of journalists, former home secretary David Blunkett (pictured, Reuters) - who...
News | Tuesday, 14 October 2014
Six UK cities to get new Time Out websites featuring 'blogger networks'
Time Out is to expand its UK operation by launching six new online editions. The title currently has a website dedicated to London, as well as a...

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