‘Trinity Mirror suffers 40% fall in profits’
The newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror has reported a 40% fall in pre-tax profits to £74m. The publisher has said it will cut pension fund payments by almost £70m as a result.
‘Neville Thurlbeck released on bail after Weeting arrest’
Former News of the World chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck has been released on bail following his arrest yesterday afternoon.
‘James Murdoch complains of being left in dark over phone-hacking’
In the seven page letter that James Murdoch sent to a committee of MP’s yesterday he expressed that he felt left in the dark: “It would have been better if I had not relied on the people who had assured me that thorough investigations had been carried out and that further investigations were unnecessary, and the statements made by the police to the same effect.”
‘Radioplayer to launch mobile and TV app on YouView’
The internet platform Radioplayer is launching a mobile and TV app.
‘Huffington Post UK Sport launches’
Huffington Post UK launches sport site which will focus on the thoughts and opinions of fans.
‘Jeremy Hunt and the promise of digital revolution’
The Guardian Media Network discuss Jeremy Hunt’s promise of a digital revolution.