The Duke of Edinburgh’s relationship with the press was far from harmonious.
Johnny Depp has been refused permission to bring an appeal against a damning High Court ruling that he assaulted ex-wife Amber Heard and left her in “fear for her life”.
Johnny Depp is about to find out whether he can bring an appeal against a damning High Court ruling that he assaulted ex-wife Amber Heard and left her in “fear for her life”.
The Society Of Editors’ Press Awards has been postponed.
A panel on public service broadcasting is looking at how TV shows will continue to reflect Britain amid the rise of US streaming giants, the culture minister has said.
The owner of the Daily Mail has agreed a deal to sell its education technology arm for 410 million dollars (£293.4 million) in an effort to strengthen its finances during the pandemic.
For two decades, global news outlets have complained that internet companies are getting rich at their expense, selling advertising linked to their reports without sharing revenue.
Australian plans to make digital giants pay for journalism have raised questions among proponents and critics, including whether it effectively makes Google and Facebook “pay for clicks”.
Seven West Media has become the largest Australian news media business to strike a deal with Google to pay for journalism.
Holyrood has backed calls to extend business rates relief for struggling newspapers after Scottish Government ministers were accused of being blinded by their own hostility towards the media.
Downing Street has insisted it welcomes press scrutiny after newspaper editors signed an open letter calling for a review into the Government’s use of freedom of information (FOI) requests.
Scotland risks being the only European country not to offer a coronavirus support package for its independent news publishers.
A proposed statement from the Duke of Sussex due to be read in court following the settlement of his libel claim was criticised by a judge for being “unduly tendentious”.
The New European has been snapped up from regional newspaper owner Archant in a management buyout backed by its founder.
Newspaper bosses have called for media organisations to receive a larger portion of the profits their content generates on online platforms.
Facebook News, the social network’s new section dedicated to personalised news content, has launched in the UK.
Google has signed a deal with a group of French publishers paving the way for the internet giant to make digital copyright payments for online news content.
Older viewers’ satisfaction with the BBC is showing “signs of waning” for the first time, a report by the TV watchdog has said.
David Olusoga has said he was “disappointed” with some of the reaction to a recent lecture he gave about racism in the television industry.
As far as press coverage of the current pandemic situation is concerned, the old saying “You pays your money and you takes your choice” has never been more accurate.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she is a "firm believer" in a "free and fearless press" as she discussed the vital role the media plays in democracy in an op-ed to support Journalism Matters Week.
The Queen has hailed the “invaluable” role played by the media during the pandemic.
Younger audiences are attracted to streaming services like Netflix because its shows provide watercooler moments, a report has said.
The winners of the National Press Awards have been announced online rather than postponed until an event later in the year “to ensure the hard work and professionalism shown by the national press during 2019 does not go unrecorded,” the chair of the judges has said.
Today host Justin Webb has warned BBC bosses not to destroy flagship radio shows as they target younger listeners.
It is “wrong to blame the media” for the death of Caroline Flack, the organisation that represents the editors of the country’s top newspapers has said.
The BBC’s Radio 2 Breakfast Show has shed nearly a million listeners in the first year since Zoe Ball replaced Chris Evans as presenter.
British broadcasters are to get together to tackle disability in the media.
The BBC should do more for those affected by the decision to scrap free TV licences, the Culture Secretary has said.
Channel 4 News anchor Jon Snow did not breach TV rules by saying he had “never seen so many white people in one place”, the regulator has ruled, while reminding broadcasters to take “particular care” with language.