Mike Darcey

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The Sun lowers its paywall, allowing free access to many stories
But Rupert Murdoch’s company says users still pay for most of its digital content

Roy Greenslade

08, Jul, 2015 @11:11 AM

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News UK: Mike Darcey departure opens door for Rebekah Brooks return
Chief executive to step down, fuelling speculation about renewed role at the top for former editor of the Sun and News of the World

Jane Martinson

12, Jun, 2015 @5:03 PM

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Have you got what it takes to be a columnist on the Sun?
Newspaper launches a competition to find writers with ‘plenty to say’

Roy Greenslade

01, Jun, 2015 @11:09 AM

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News Corp UK suffers £3.5m loss after £51m profit the year before
Bleak results for Rupert Murdoch’s British newspapers and book publisher

Roy Greenslade

17, Dec, 2014 @8:48 AM

MediaGuardian 100
Who are the most powerful people in the UK’s media right now?

Garry Blight, John Plunkett, Frances Perraudin

08, Dec, 2014 @7:00 AM

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Times Newspapers posts £1.7m profit, first in 13 years
Times and Sunday Times report subscriber increases, with digital membership standing at 291,000 and 338,000 respectively

Roy Greenslade

02, Dec, 2014 @2:00 PM

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Did Scotland Yard break the law by examining News UK phone data?
Journalists’ call records sent ‘in error’ to police by Vodafone

Roy Greenslade

26, Nov, 2014 @11:07 AM

Time for an investigation into the fake sheikh after Panorama revelations

Roy Greenslade asks a series of questions about Mazher Mahmood raised by the BBC's documentary

Roy Greenslade

13, Nov, 2014 @12:39 PM

News UK secures rights to show highlights of Ireland's GAA matches

Gaelic football and hurling clips available from the weekend

Roy Greenslade

06, Jun, 2014 @9:19 AM

News UK titles to show video clips of England's cricket matches

Subscribers will see wickets, sixes and boundaries

Roy Greenslade

25, Apr, 2014 @10:59 PM

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Daily Mail and Guardian digital 'minnows', says News UK chief
Mike Darcey says relying on online ads as main revenue stream is risky in market containing rivals such as Google and Facebook. By Mark Sweney

Mark Sweney

05, Mar, 2014 @1:47 PM

The Sun's exclusive was not a rip-off, but a coincidence - or was it?

Why a reporter thought otherwise

Roy Greenslade

07, Feb, 2014 @1:02 PM

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