Press Gazette started in 1965 as a trade journal for journalists and editors across the UK but has evolved into an online source for media leaders covering all sectors of the global news and media industries, from the national and regional press (both in print and online) to radio, TV, digital, B2B and consumer magazines.
It also covers media law and media technology and has a media jobs board.
As well as all the essential news, Press Gazette’s content pillars include audience and business data, tech platforms and their relationships with publishers, interviews with media leaders and others who are working to create a sustainable future for media, and the weekly podcast The Future of Media Explained. Press Gazette reaches more than 350,000 readers a month via pressgazette.co.uk, and a further 20,000 through its daily and weekly newsletters.
Press Gazette’s events include the British Journalism Awards, which have been running for 11 years and are the only event to cover every sector of the UK news industry. More recently it has launched the Future of Media Technology Conference and Awards, The Media 100 Networking event for C-level decision makers as well as The Future of Media Trends roundtables.
In 2022 Press Gazette’s events attracted more than 1,000 senior industry leader across leadership, operations, product, revenue, marketing, digital, content, data, audience insight and technology at every major publisher and media group across the UK.
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Press Gazette is part of New Statesman Media Group, which is privately owned by Mike Danson.
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