Newspaper news & analysis
The Daily Mirror is responding to the publicity around its rival The Sun's Page 3 by publishing a "montage" of tits tomorrow.
Monthly visitors to MailOnline, the world's biggest English-language newsbrand, hit new highs of 199.4 million browsers in December 2014, according to figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
The NRS may be on borrowed time, but its chief executive is hoping to devise a new measurement system fit for the multimedia world. By David Benady.
Accenture has signed up as The Guardian's branded content partner for the 2015 RBS 6 Nations.
The gambling industry is using a catchy ditty appropriated by ad agency The Corner from a 70s hit by Ram Jam to tell its customers to stop betting when they are throwing good money after bad.
Nipples are funny things aren't they? I say funny, but the recent No More Page 3 campaign has made us all think far more seriously about them.
Stories from The Guardian and Daily Telegraph generated more comment and sharing on Twitter in 2014 than all other newsbrands, including the largest site MailOnline, according to a new study.
The Sun newspaper appears to have stopped printing photographs of topless models on Page 3, following increasing pressure from a multitude of groups over many years.
The London Evening Standard will invest all of the savings made by an ongoing redundancy programme among its editorial team back into the business, with a notable investment into the daily newspaper's distribution and digital operation, according to ...
Virgin Media has formed a partnership with Telegraph Media Group to promote its TV sports coverage offering across TMG's portfolio.
Chris Blackhurst, the former editor of The Independent turned multi-media head of business at the Evening Standard and Independent, is leaving the publisher amid an ongoing redundancy programme.
There's no way of avoiding it: this has been a terrible start to 2015. All the best intentions and ambitions aired at the start of the new year paled into insignificance as the horrific events started to unfold in France last week.
Given the rate of change in the industry, 2015 is as unpredictable as May's election. But optimism abounds, Arif Durrani says.
The chief creative officer is hoping to boost subscribers at The Times and The Sunday Times by telling the stories behind the news headlines. By Arif Durrani.
Today's news and entertainment brands collaborate, utilise user data, find new revenue streams and create bespoke content in this convergent media landscape. By Zoe Bale.
Media agency figure Simon Herd passed away last week after a long battle with recurring brain tumours over the past five years.
Danielle Bennison-Brown has been named the director of video content at Condé Nast Britain.
"Even for a hardened news man in a hardened newsroom, the mass shooting at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is a ferociously shocking moment," said Jon Snow, presenter of Channel 4 News.
In the first part of Media Week's salary survey snapshot in association with recruiter Sylex, managing director Simon Shroot finds reason for optimism for those working at media owners.
The tobacco giant behind Silk Cut's appeal against the Advertising Standards Authority's ban on an ad that questioned the evidence base for the Government's plans to enforce plain packaging for cigarettes has been rejected.
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