DMGT newspaper ad revenue growth led by Mail Online

Media monitor, July 25: Daily Mail & General Trust has announced that the Mail Online has had an advertising growth of 69%, which has helped push total revenues up to £509m Read more »

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‘Does Rupert Murdoch’s retreat mark his long goodbye to the UK?’

Media monitor, July 23: It was announced on Saturday that Rupert Murdoch has resigned as the director of News International, but what does this mean for the future of his UK newspapers? Read more »

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Simon Harwood trial judge’s stance could affect future of media

Media monitor, July 20: The judge of the Harwood trial has assessed how high-profile cases are reported in the internet age and how digital reporting might change Read more »

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Photographer sent to shoot McCanns’ first holiday ‘without Maddy’

Media monitor, July 19: Media monitor, July 19: A photographer told the Leveson Inquiry yesterday that he was sent to shoot Kate and Gerry McCann’s first holiday “without Madeleine” in 2008 Read more »

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Guardian reports a 15 per cent rise in operating losses

Media monitor, July 18: The Guardian has reported a 15 per cent rise in operating losses to £44.2m for the year to March 2012 and appealed for journalists willing to take voluntary redundancy Read more »

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Margaret M. Sullivan to be next New York Times public editor

Media monitor, July 17: The New York Times have announced a new public editor. Margaret M. Sullivan will succeed Arthur Brisbane, becoming the first woman to hold the post Read more »

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Paul Dacre’s press cards plan vetoed by Richard Desmond

Media monitor, July 16: Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre’s plan to make new regulator control press cards is facing veto from Richard Desmond’s Northern and Shell Read more »

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Google to pay $22.5m fine in privacy case after tracking web users

Media monitor, July 12: Google is poised to pay a $22.5 million fine to resolve allegations that it broke a privacy promise by secretly tracking millions of Web surfers who rely on Apple’s Safari browser Read more »

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Former Sunday Times editor questions Murdoch’s evidence

Media monitor, July 11: In written evidence to the Leveson Inquiry, former Sunday Times editor Andrew Neil has questioned the validity of Rupert Murdoch’s evidence Read more »

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New PCC could control ads, press cards and PA access

Media monitor, July 10: Lord Black, chairman of the PressBof, told the Leveson Inquiry yesterday that the new PCC could control ads, press cards and Press Association access Read more »

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