After barely a year Playboy says it's going "back to its roots" and will restore female nudes to the magazine next month.
The European Union has strongly criticised the detention of the editor and senior staff at a leading Turkish opposition newspaper who’ve been accused of supporting July’s failed…
Hungarian opposition journalists take shelter in homeless magazine, saying the government shut their newspaper down.
Several thousand Hungarians have protested outside parliament in Budapest, saying press freedom is under threat following the closure of Népszabadság, the country’s leading opposition…
The sudden shutdown of the country's leading leftwing newspaper, officially for financial reasons, prompts alarm over press freedom.
Editors and journalists locked out, website shut down – journalists speak of a "coup".
Amatrice Town Council has filed a petition against French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo for ‘aggravated defamation’ after it published a cartoon showing the victims of last month’s earthquake in I
Photos and videos of the recent attacks in France and those suspected of perpetrating them have been continuously featured across Europe’s news channels and other…
Itedi, which owns the Turin based daily newspaper La Stampa, is to merge its editorial assets with Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso, publisher of Rome daily La Repubblica.
Turkish media went into overdrive following the downing of the Russian fighter jet Cumhuriyet ran the headline “On the Brink of War” adding that the
Has Playboy gone prudish? Not quite. But its readers can expect more text and less flesh on display now that the glossy men’s magazine has
Nudity will soon be history in Playboy. In the face of competition from the Internet and with the blessing of founder Hugh Heffner, 89, the glossy
Playboy magazine will stop publishing pictures of naked models after deciding that the approach was no longer working following an explosion of
The Editor-in-Chief of the Turkish newspaper Today’s Zaman, Bulent Kenes has been arrested. He is accused of “insulting” President Recep Tayyip
Huge potential lies ahead for the Economist. That’s the opinion of the Agnelli family who have bought a 50 percent share in the renowned paper which
UK publisher Pearson has confirmed that it is planning to sell its 50 percent stake in The Economist, following its sale of the Financial Times to a
The Financial Times is under new ownership but not afraid to take its new bosses – the Japanese media company Nikkei – to task. It was in 2014 the
British publisher Pearson has confirmed it has agreed a deal to sell the Financial Times Group to Nikkei ending days of speculation. The price is
Talk of a possible merger between German media giants ProSiebenSat.1 and Axel Springer have resurfaced. A previous takeover of the TV network by
The New York Times is shifting its resources to its London operation at the expense of its Paris bureau, a change blamed on France’s inflexible
Fresh from his election victory, the stance of David Cameron's government towards the European Union has been reported in bellicose terms in sections of the British press.
Hungary gained an illuminating insight into the internal conflicts raging within the governing Fidesz party, as one of Hungary’s wealthiest oligarchs
After 44 years of literally titillating its readers with bare-breasted women on page three, British daily tabloid The Sun is dropping the semi-naked
The French prime minister has said the country’s recent terrorist attacks have exposed a “geographic, social, ethnic apartheid” present in society
Opportunists trying to re-sell sought-after copies of this week’s Charlie Hebdo “are an insult to the memory of the magazine’s journalists”, it’s
Turkish opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet has printed a special section of excerpts from French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. The section does not
The distribution company charged with delivering the latest edition of Charlie Hebdo around France operated at full tilt to meet its targets.
Early risers making their way to Charlie Hebdo sales points across France were rewarded with the first copies of the satirical newspaper special