BBC accused of 'talking up' Microsoft
News critics ask if Vista blurs the impartiality of the BBC.
Freelance shot dead in his home
Haiti: photographer is killed for taking photos of local criminals.Jan 26, 2007 | Journalism News
BT searches for IT security journalist of 2006
Journalists who help people secure their systems are to be rewarded in London.Jan 12, 2007 | Journalism News
Journalists face jail over 'anti-Muslim' jokes
Retelling other people’s gags is a risky business for media in Morocco.Jan 10, 2007 | Journalism News
Freelancer's question: Can I use published quotes?
Media law expert Roger Sinclair responds to an aspiring freelance journalist.Jan 4, 2007 | Journalism News
Awards honour creators of Plain English
A media trio is hailed for drowning out jargon for the masses.
Freelance journalists’ rights at stake
Media giant issues ‘take it or leave it’ rights-grabbing contract to freelancers.Dec 15, 2006 | Journalism News
Internet journalists jailed 'like never before'
One in three jailed reporters didn’t even make a national splash.Dec 13, 2006 | Journalism News
Reporter's phone record snooped by police
Journalists' union fends off reporters being probed over anti-police stories.Dec 6, 2006 | Journalism News
Freelance writer to stay in jail until July
Appeals court comes close to making history by sending a blogger back to jail.Nov 20, 2006 | Journalism News
Iraqi freelance wins Rory Peck award
A former doctor is recognised for capturing the ‘truth’ of war.Nov 14, 2006 | Journalism News
Gunmen free London freelance
Peace Reporter's roaming freelance, Gabriele Torsello, is released unharmed.
London freelance held hostage
Afghani gunmen are told to release a photo-journalist with 'good intentions'.Oct 16, 2006 | Journalism News
Journalists given new freedom under libel law
Lords say libel must not stop allegations from being made in the public interest.Oct 13, 2006 | Journalism News
Sex fails to turn on golf readers
Magazine owners sex up their title’s 'dull' image with 'insulting' content.Sep 5, 2006 | Journalism News
Wallace 'wimps out' in front of despot
CBS asks a man who wants to ‘wipe Israel off the map’ what he does for leisure.Aug 18, 2006 | Journalism News
How to start-up as a freelance journalist
Veterans of media freelancing reveal top tips for making a splash.Aug 16, 2006 | Journalism News
Blogger jailed for shielding 'unpublished material'
A freelance heads to jail chased by a Big Brother-style US government.Aug 3, 2006 | Journalism News
Ministers to consider fees on 'free information'
Leak reveals Labour wants to restrict the free flow of information out of Whitehall.
Freelance reporter,73,publicly beaten to death
Outrage over the cowardly murder of a defenceless freelanceJul 28, 2006 | Journalism News
Brave media freelancers to be honoured
Awards open for photo-journos who run away from the crowds & into trouble.Jul 27, 2006 | Journalism News
Freelance shot dead in the Congo
The 'grave dangers' facing anti-state media are exposed as elections loom.
Dates of Blair-Murdoch meetings to be freed
Number 10 told it can no longer keep the duo’s meeting times under wraps.Jul 11, 2006 | Journalism News
Freelance journalist lured to his death
An anonymous group telephone, ambush and then kill an 'independent' reporter.Jul 6, 2006 | Journalism News
Freedom of information 'must improve'
Its ‘clearly working,’ say MPs, but the ‘spirit’ of the FOI Act is also clearly ailing.Jun 29, 2006 | Journalism News
Management Awards open to freelance writers
Freelance journalists asked to submit 'expertly written' articles for a £500 cash prize.Jun 16, 2006 | Journalism News
BBC explains 'gay' means 'rubbish'
News provider reveals a new meaning to the controversial three-letter word.Jun 8, 2006 | Journalism News
BBC freelance jailed amid media crackdown
'Poisonous' climate for reporters in Gambia claims a freelance from the BBC.Jun 6, 2006 | Journalism News
Union calls journalists to boycott Yahoo!
Search site attacked over claims of ‘repeated collusion’ with Chinese mandarins.Jun 5, 2006 | Journalism News
Freelance editor wins £37,500 in damages
Not liable, says The Guardian as it pays off a casual who developed RSI.