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Published: Friday, 29 August 2014

New press regulator backs into the limelight Continue reading...

Published: Thursday, 28 August 2014

Great British Bake Off: Iain Watters speaks out as Diana Beard quits Engineer sceptical about showmakers' claims over baked alaska, as BBC reveals Beard left programme 'due to illness' Continue reading...


Give us your Facebook and Twitter passwords, says Times of India company Continue reading...


Express staff braced for job cuts as only 20 go for voluntary redundancy scheme Richard Desmond wants to axe 200 posts on newspaper titles including Daily Express and Daily Star Continue reading...


Doctor Who lesbian-lizard kiss will not face investigation Six viewers complained that scene from Peter Capaldis first full episode as the Doctor was gratuitous and unneccessary Continue reading...


London mayor Boris Johnson ranked 27th, behind Made in Chelsea stars, footballers... and David Cameron


Like Mary Beard, have you killed an enemy with kindness? The academic has written a job reference for a troll who abused her on social media. What have you done to rise above those who have wronged you? Continue reading...


Giving women separate shows while failing to address gender disparities in existing programming just provides the illusion of equality


Great British Bake Off presenters fend off sabotage claims Hundreds take to Twitter after Iain Watters sent home over meltdown and suspicion that fellow contestant removed pudding from freezer Continue reading...


We want news on the phone and that means reinventing the TV news channel Read Sambrook and McGuires earlier article: Have TV news channels had their day? Continue reading...


Daily Expresss illegal migrants splash: a flight from reality? Papers front-page story quotes statistics from pressure group Migration Watch UK which denies it ever made the claims Continue reading...


Judge and presenter respond to Twitter criticism of show as Iain Watters exits after his ice cream appeared to be sabotaged


Today's media stories from the papers Our roundup of the day's media stories, including Tinopolis could be next indie to be sold and police kill reality TV crew member If you are viewing this on the web and would like to get our email...


Younger employee lodged complaint with radio station after NRL commentator berated him before coverage of a match


Question Time producer Tinopolis in talks on sale Welsh indie understood to have held talks with Michael Dells venture capital firm and Peppa Pig co-owner Entertainment One Continue reading...


Officers opened fire while disrupting a robbery, killing a member of the crew filming the Fox network television show

Published: Wednesday, 27 August 2014

US journalist Steven Sotloff's mother begs Isis for kidnapped son's return In a video posted online, Shirley Sotloff asks the groups leader to be merciful and not punish my son


Scottish independence: no campaign's new ad convinces some to vote yes Better Together's short film to appeal to undecided female voters instead pushes some to support independence Continue reading...


Have we reached peak peak? The rise (and rise) of a ubiquitous phrase First it was peak oil, then peak beard, peak Beyoncé and peak porn. Have we had enough of the joke yet? Continue reading...


An open letter to journalists: no more images of James Foleys murder The brother of Ken Bigley writes a letter to news editors asking them not to use stills from the video released by Isis Continue reading...


Ex-soldier who sold information to newspaper to escape charges Crown Prosecution Service says former serviceman given conditional caution on condition he makes donation to charity Continue reading...


Daily Mail on the wrong trail over BBCs Sherlock success Paper makes convincing case about the health of US drama but then bizarrely claims Brits were humiliated at the Emmys Continue reading...


Newsquest and Local World enjoy surge in online readership South Wales Evening Post reports growth of 61.5%% in past six months, with Johnston Presss digital portfolio growing 18% Continue reading...


Curtis reunited with family in Boston two days after being released by Syrian extremists who had held him hostage for 22 months


#PatronisingBTlady: how Better Togethers latest ad went wrong The No campaigns video, aimed at undecided female voters, has been criticised for being sexist and patronising


ITV News appoints Rohit Kachroo as UK editor Services Africa correspondent to replace Lucy Manning after her move to the BBC as special correspondent in June


Ricky Gervais spoofs House of Cards in Netflix's Emmys ad Star appears as Kevin Spacey in the Oval Office, in Lilyhammer, and clashes with inmates in Orange is the New Black


Today's media stories from the papers Our roundup of the day's media stories, including Anger over Shannon Matthews TV drama and ASA criticises green deal ad If you are viewing this on the web and would like to get our email every...


Men's Fitness: 15 years of covers - in pictures As the Dennis Publishing title relaunches, we look back at how its covers have changed since its launch in 1999.


Governments green deal ad ruled misleading Decc adverts implied energy savings were guaranteed and did not back up claim scheme boosted property prices, says ASA Continue reading...

Published: Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Hot metal reheated as clatter of manual typewriters fills air at Times newspaper Reporters in brand new Baby Shard newsroom bemused by mysterious noise that harks back to pre-Wapping days Continue reading...


Shannon Matthews TV drama plans causes anger in Dewsbury MP and residents voice concerns about mooted drama about the 2008 kidnapping hoax Continue reading...


Scottish yes vote and British EU exit could hit UK economy, says Sorrell WPP's Sir Martin Sorrell warns that votes on independence and EU membership could harm businesses already affected by Ukraine and Middle East worries Continue reading...


Chris Evans asked to revive 1990s TV hit TFI Friday by Channel 4 BBC Radio 2 presenter says he'd be 'bang up' for a 20th anniversary special Continue reading...


Benefits Street series two starts filming despite locals opposition Council leader says makers of Channel 4 show have ignored residents wishes, as MP says it exploits vulnerable people Continue reading...


How do you successfully integrate social and multi-media with live events aimed at a hard-to-reach B2B audience?


Rebekah Brooks and co-defendants try to recoup £20m in hacking trial costs News UK to submit majority of claims for legal fees of up to £25m in case presiding judge called most expensive in country Continue reading...


Your followers can now find out just how much you like, sort of like, or secretly despise their tweet. We have now lost all passive-aggressive control of social media


Scottish independence TV debate watched by almost 2 million BBC2 broadcast of second debate between Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling, aired throughout UK, takes 6.8% audience share Continue reading...


Social network wants to ensure that spammy stories dont drown out content from friends and Pages that people really care about


Today's media stories from the papers Our roundup of the day's media stories, including Sherlock win three Emmys and Frankie Boyle says BBC should sack Clarkson If you are viewing this on the web and would like to get our email every...


UTV Media profits rise by 62% TalkSport owners pre-tax profits increase to £10m thanks to World Cup advertising and improving economy Continue reading...