Tom Harte, the former group digital director at CN Media/Newsquest Cumbria, has joined Reach.
The new ABC figures have been released this afternoon, naming the Yorkshire Post as the fastest growing regional online publication.
The Telegraph’s undercover investigation into Sam Allardyce “was justified in the public interest” according to an official report.
The NCTJ is making “radical changes” to the assessments and structure of the National Qualification in Journalism (NQJ).
G&H Sheet Fed in Manchester has gone into administration as of today.
Johnston Press has released its half year figures this morning, showing its operating profit has risen to £7.4m, compared to £4.9m the previous year.
Prolific North has learned that Reach has restructured its Northern publishing division.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will criticise the role of billionaire newspaper owners and large internet companies such as Facebook during his Edinburgh Television Festival speech this week.
Hello! Magazine has started printing in the North of England again, following the closure of its former supplier, Polestar.
The University of Sheffield’s Journalism Studies department is leading a study comparing press regulation and ethics across 12 European countries.