In this week's e-edition:
• Trinity Mirror chief executive Simon Fox says that his company is aiming to emulate the success of The Guardian with its digital push
• The Charity Commission has refused to prevent a charity from using its money to sue the former editor of its members' magazine
• Local TV stations defy naysayers with recruitment drive
• Tabloid rivals are vying to poach up to 30m web users as The Sun finally goes behind its paywall
• Press regulation impasse could be nearing an end as publishers get behind new self-regulator
• Some 25 years after being wrongly convicted as a member of a 'M25 three', Raphael Rowe speaks of his pride in his work with Panorama and the BBC
• The Californian local that continues to buck the trend with premium paywall
• And Axegrinder seeks out the best of the silly season stories.
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