British newspaper group Trinity Mirror has bought the Express newspaper group, which includes the Daily and Sunday Express and the Daily Star, for £126.7m.
The Twitter share price has jumped after the company reported a real profit for the first time — a major landmark for Twitter founder and chief executive Jack Dorsey and well above Wall Street expectations.
Billionaire businssman Patrick Soon-Shiong has completed a deal to purchase the Los Angeles Times and the San Diego Union-Tribune.
As the World Economic Forum (WEF) comes to a close, there’s still plenty of news buzz around the event.
The current advertising-led business model of social media companies and news publishers needs to change if we are to curb the spread of fake news, according to Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales. According to Wales advertising is “incredibly destructive” for journalism, prioritising the wrong incentives and encouraging click-bait style news articles. Wales was speaking at the
You’ve got to hand it to Donald Trump he knows how to flog a dead horse.
US president Donald Trump recently reminded the world that he had gone from successful businessman, to top television star, to leader of the free world.
Netflix have had free reign over the streaming game since their inception.
This year there has been a lot of discussion around gender equality and to cap it off advertising agency Grey London has collaborated with Goldstein music to launch an album of much-loved Christmas hymns, rewritten to promote feminist messages.
Youthquake has fought off competition from Antifa, broflake and milkshake duck to be crowned the Oxford Dictionaries’ Word of the Year 2017.
India has banned television channels from showing condom ads between 6am and 10pm on the basis of their being potentially “indecent” and “inappropriate” for children.
Walt Disney Co execs are eagerly anticipating the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi this weekend, justifying the $4bn it spent on Lucasfilm back in 2012.
Time magazine has labelled The Silence Breakers as its person of the year, applauding the millions who took part in the anti-harassment movement and delving into its repercussions.
The media company Meredith Corporation has agreed to buy Time Inc, the publisher of titles including Sports Illustrated and People for $2.8bn (£2.1bn) in an all-cash transaction.
A proposal to ban smoking with French films, made by senator Nadine Grelet-Certenais last week, has been supported by the European Commission.
For those who dream of having a little blue tick next to their Twitter handle, those dreams were scuppered when Twitter announced it was suspending its verification services.
Rumours began swirling yesterday that Zimbabwe was about to experience a military coup as military vehicles began rolling into the capital city, Harare.
The European Union wants input from its citizens to assess the impact of so-called fake news and the social responsibilities of social media giants.
The UK’s secretary of state for culture, Karen Brady, has decided to refer Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox Sky takeover bid to the competition authorities.