Sarah Brown, wife of the prime minister, has guest edited a special edition of the News of the World magazine, Fabulous.
Tories have called on ministers to make a public statement about online security threats after reports revealing government plans were published in several newspapers.
The BBC will lose its monopoly over the licence fee after 2013, the government has announced in a wide ranging review on media and telecommunications.
A video parodying Labour's disastrous local and European election results with the downfall of Hitler has become a surprise YouTube sensation.
The Russian billionaire who recently bought a majority stake in the Evening Standard is on the verge of adding the Independent newspaper to his portfolio, according to reports.
Seven million people use illegal files in the UK causing major losses to the economy, new research revealed today.
The Conservatives are streaks ahead of other political parties in terms of their internet presence, a new report has found.
Newspaper editors continued to lament what they view as 'chilling' erosions of press freedom in parliament today.
Games publisher Konami is facing an outcry from military personnel and those who have lost family in Iraq after announcing a video game set in the conflict.
Bloggers are claiming their rightful place on the world stage today at the G20 summit in London.
Watch Guido Fawkes take on LabourList blogger Derek Draper in this foul-tempered exchange.
Comic book artists are joining forces to battle a new law outlawing depictions of children in sexual situations, arguing it could inadvertently criminalise legitimate artists and comic fans.
The Conservatives have launched their plan to save struggling local papers, which have been shutting down at a staggering rate before and during the recession.
Adam Gorse talks to politics.co.uk about the concerns the comic community has about the coroners bill.
Guido Fawkes takes on LabourList blogger Derek Draper in a foul-tempered exchange.
Western media coverage of the ongoing crisis in the Gaza Strip is unfairly skewed, a Palestinian MP visiting Britain has claimed.
The government's Change4Life advertisement has picked up critics from a number of video game publishers.
Madeleine McCann's father has described the way the media "blatantly" made up stories about attempts to find his missing daughter.
MPs have heard evidence from the father of Madeleine McCann and formula one chief Max Mosley today.
The Ministry of Justice has relaxed the conditions on the Jack Tweed's bail so he can spend the night of his wedding with Jade Goody.
A controversial Japanese video game that tasked players with carrying out acts of rape has been removed from Amazon following pressure from an MP.
A committee of MPs have grilled financial journalists on their behaviour during the economic crisis this afternoon.
A journalist and a shareholder argue the toss over media responsibility during the financial crisis.
The government plans to move towards a "historic universal service commitment" bringing broadband and digital services to all homes, culture secretary Andy Burnham has said.
Watch the DEC Gaza appeal which has caused so much trouble for the BBC.