By Dominic Ponsford 26 November 11:43
The National Association of Press Agencies has urged the BBC to start buying in local content from its members.
Former BBC News website editor Pete Clifton named new Press Association editor-in-chief ahead of Jonathan Grun departureBy William Turvill 28 October 10:31
He will be tasked with leading the “continuing transformation of the agency into a digital-focused multi-platform news and information business”.
By William Turvill 21 October 15:11
According to the NUJ, deputy team leader Clare Hoppett and listings producer Kath Haigh reached an agreement with the company, PM81, shortly before a full employment tribunal was due to begin.
'We didn't get it right': Sun to give 'especial consideration' to child front pages after 'devil boy' IPSO complaintBy William Turvill and Press Association 21 October 8:38
The story, from 29 July, was brought to the attention of the new press regulator by Conservative MP Dr Sarah Wollaston.
Fourth police force used RIPA against journalist, to bug reporter's car, and it also seized agency phone recordsBy William Turvill 14 October 9:04
A police force used the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act to bug a journalist's car - but has denied using it to obtain a news agency's phone records.
Former NoW US editor looking for 'go-getting' English reporters to join fledgling showbiz agency in LABy William Turvill 26 August 6:07
Former News of the World US editor James Desborough is looking to emulate the success of British-run agtency Splash as he seeks to expand his own celebrity news agency in Los Angeles.
By Press Gazette 14 August 9:35
Two news agency journalists were killed yesterday photographing attempts to dismantle an exploded Israeli bomb in Gaza (pictured abobe: Reuters) according to the International Federation of Journalists.
By William Turvill 02 July 12:06
He will be made emeritus editor on 1 January, when a successor is expected to be appointed, and will officially retire on 22 May 2015.
Broadcast hack to news agency: We want your green puppy pictures. Money? We don't pay for content that's gone viralBy Axegrinder 13 June 15:17
Austria-based Central European News agency has had some excuses from media companies that want to re-use its hard-work for free, but this one from a US TV show takes the biscuit.
By William Turvill 02 June 9:32
French president Francois Hollande (pictured, Reuters) initially indicated there would be no fee, but later went back on this, allowing the French broadcasters to charge.
Sun editor David Dinsmore says Leveson has left 'banana republic' level of secrecy in British public lifeBy Dominic Ponsford 20 May 16:17
Sun editor David Dinsmore has claimed that the 2012 Leveson Inquiry has left a “layer of secrecy in British public life that a banana republic would be proud of”.
By William Turvill 19 May 9:19
Rooney, 28, was on holiday with his wife Coleen, 28, and their two sons, Kai, four, and Klay, one this week, before starting training with England before the World Cup today. He tweeted yesterday: “Disgusting that English press have flew out to Portugal to follow me while I'm with my children.”
By William Turvill 13 May 9:35
Addullah Elshamy (pictured: Al Jazeera) has been on hunger strike in an Egyptian prison for 113 days, more than 16 weeks.
Rex Features at 60: The need for speed, the Leveson 'paparazzi' backlash and the great digital opportunityBy Paul McNally 12 April 14:11
The photo agency that claims to be the first to have snapped Charles and Camilla together in public is celebrating its 60th anniversary - and despite falling prices and growing competition, it has its sights set on growth and expanding to new markets around the world.
By Press Gazette 04 April 12:56
A veteran Associated Press photographer has been killed and an AP reporter wounded when an Afghan policeman opened fire while they were sitting in their car in eastern Afghanistan.
By Paul McNally 27 March 16:24
The European Commission in Brussels has ruled that the French news agency AFP can continue to receive tens of millions of euros of state funding - after a four-year legal dispute with a German rival.
By Press Gazette 26 March 12:09
Investigative journalism website Exaro News has secured a nomination for this year's Orwell Prize for political writing for the first time.
By Press Gazette 24 March 9:55
Journalists in Afghanistan face increasing danger as the country's elections draw closer, the Committee to Protect Journalists has warned - after the "horrific murder" of an AFP reporter.
Photo agency NewsPics wound up after failed copyright claim against investigative journalism site ExaroBy Press Gazette 18 March 16:06
Picture agency NewsPics is to be wound up after being hit with a five-figure legal bill from a failed attempt to sue investigative journalism website Exaro for breach of copyright.
Ofcom accused of 'losing their nerve' as plan for Local TV channel serving 16,000 homes in Wales scrappedBy Paul McNally 14 March 12:57
The head of Liverpool-based news agency Mercury Press has accused Ofcom of "losing their nerve" after the regulator rejected a bid to launch a community television station in the Welsh town of Bangor.