The Northern and Shell-owned The Daily Express and its Sunday version are the latest national newspapers to overhaul their websites. The sites now have a dedicated team of reporters breaking news 24 hours a day. Online editor is Geoff Marsh.
Aditya Chakrabortty has joined The Guardian as economics leader writer. He was previously senior producer for Newsnight and 10 o'clock news at the BBC. He replaces Richard Adams.
Helen Kirkpatrick has joined NatMag's Cosmopolitan as commissioning editor. She replaces Suzy Cox, who is now commissioning editor at Grazia. Kirkpatrick was previously senior writer at Top Sante, a position that is yet to be filled.
Olie Arnold has been appointed style editor of NatMag's Men's Health magazine. He replaces David Waters, who is going freelance. Arnold has been freelancing since last summer and was fashion editor at FHM before that.
Michael Wright has been appointed news editor at Haymarket's Stuff magazine. He replaces Will Findlater, who was promoted to commissioning editor earlier this year. Wright was previously assistant editor of Pensions World. He has been replaced by Helen Verrell, former staff writer.
IPC's What Digital Camera has relaunched following its merger with What Camera?. With a new look and size, new sections include a 32-page buyer's guide, a community section and new lens and accessories tests. Editor is Nigel Atherton.
Former freelancer Hannah Adams has joined Psychologies as beauty director. She replaces Delphine Lamandé -Frearson who is now freelancing.
Monthly Institutional Investor magazine has relaunched. New sections include finance and people news, Editor is Michael Carroll.
Michael Crick has been promoted to political editor on BBC Two's Newsnight. He replaces Martha Kearney, who will become the main presenter on BBC Radio 4's The World At One next month (PRWeek, 16 March). Peter Barron remains Newsnight editor.
Steve Lamacq joins BBC Radio 2 to present a weekly show focusing on emerging artists on Wednesday nights, broadcast from 11.30pm - 12.30am. Lamacq will continue to present on BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio 1.
Caroline Feraday is now a reporter at BBC South East Today.
Camilla McPhie has been appointed editor of GQ.com and GQStyle.com. She was previously chief sub-editor at the magazine and replaces Maria Milano, who is now website editor of InStyle (PRWeek, 2 February).
James Major is now sports editor at Times Online. He was previously assistant sports editor at The Times. He replaces Robert Galster, who is now in charge of fantasy football for The Times.
NatMags has launched a weekly online magazine called Jellyfish targeting teenage girls. Jellyfishmag.com comes out on Tuesdays and features celebrity gossip, fashion and competitions. Editor is Celia Duncan, celebrity editor is Dan Cleeve and Bella Binns is fashion and beauty editor. Duncan was previously editor of CosmoGirl. Laurel Ives is currently acting editor.