Byline Times is a for-profit online and print media publication based in London, England. It was created by Peter Jukes and Stephen Colegrave. 
Jukes is an English author, screenwriter, and journalist who was a contributing writer for The New Republic (TNR), British political and cultural magazine the New Statesman, and a reporter for Newsweek and the Daily Beast. 
The Byline Times is a for-profit online and print media publication based in London, England. It was created in 2019 by Peter Jukes and Stephen Colegrave, the co-founders of crowdfunded online media publication Byline. 
Byline Times claims to focus on investigative reporting and publishing articles that are not found in the mainstream media. The organization also claims it is not “politically partisan” but is “not neutral” and “stands against corruption, injustice and the erosion of truth and the rule of law.” 
Byline Times has multiple sister organizations including Byline, Byline Investigates, Byline TV, Byline Books, and Byline Festival. 
The Byline Times receives revenue from its subscribers. It costs £39 (approximately $46) for an annual subscription to its monthly printed paper, £32 (close to $38) for its digital edition, £75 (nearly $90) for the subscribers’ name on the back of the paper as well as both print and online publications, and £150 (approximately $180) for a subscribers’ name to be printed on the front of the paper as well as both types of publication. 
Peter Jukes, a co-founder and co-executive director of Byline Times, is an English author, screenwriter, and journalist. He was a contributor for the British political and cultural magazine the New Statesman between 1991 and 1998, and a reporter for Newsweek and the Daily Beast since 2012. Jukes was also a contributing writer for the left-of-center opinion journal The New Republic (TNR). He worked for TNR from May 2013 until September 2014.