A survey for Press Gazette shows the extent of reputational damage to other News International papers, with up to 15% of the public less likely to buy Murdoch titles because of hacking at the News of the World. The poll also suggests implications for the print media at large, with 21% of respondents saying they were […]

When it comes to American election nights, political geeks across Britain arm themselves with a remote control, a laptop and often, in preparation for the long night ahead, their tipple of choice. In the days when output was always moderated by sub-editors, journos would be able to knock back drink from lunchtime onward and the news would […]