The editor of Country Life has urged the BBC not give in to the "bullying badger lobby" after complaints following a documentary the corporation aired about his title.
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette 27 April 10:08
The BBC is being "excessively deferential" to the pro-Brexit case because of concerns over the pending renewal of its charter, a Tory former chairman of the broadcaster said.
By Dominic Ponsford 25 April 15:28
Journalists working for the BBC's China service fear that its ability to report freelly will be undermined by moving most key editorial staff to Hong Kong.
By PA Mediapoint 21 April 12:43
Johnston Press boss Ashley Highfield says regional media groups and the BBC have agreed in principle a new partnership - but talks are at a "crunch point".
AP wins Pulitzer for investigation into fishing industry in Southeast Asia which helped free 2,000 slavesBy John Reynolds 19 April 14:58
Associated Press (AP) has won the Pulitzer Prize for public Ssrvice journalism for its international investigation into the fishing industry in Southeast Asia which was credited with helping to free 2,000 slaves.
By John Reynolds 13 April 18:00
Ofcom has agreed to requests from five local TV stations to change their programming commitments.
Journalists at BBC may hold strike ballot over expenses cuts which reduce evening meal allowance to £10By Dominic Ponsford 11 April 16:12
Journalists at the BBC are discussing strike action over cuts to their expenses which include a reduction in the evening meal allowance for those working long shifts.
By Dominic Ponsford 06 April 9:31
Sky News is launching a weekly on-moderated discussion show called The Pledge which will draw on a pool of nine regular panelists.
By Dominic Ponsford 03 April 22:09
The BBC and The Guardian last night published details of investigation into 11 million documents leaked from a Panama law firm.
By John Reynolds 01 April 7:37
Sky’s economics editor Ed Conway has accused the Financial Times of “statistical plagiarism” after he claims the business title took data from his blog without attribution.
By John Reynolds 29 March 15:59
The BBC should be mutualised with television licence holders electing the board holding BBC bosses to account, according to a pair of MPs.
By John Reynolds 29 March 12:50
Local newspaper groups want the BBC to pay for 364 newspaper reporters to cover court and council reporting, The Times reports.
By PA Media Lawyer 21 March 14:38
Television cameras are set to be allowed into Crown Courts for the first time, it has been revealed.
By Dominic Ponsford 17 March 7:59
Cliff Michelmore, who was one of BBC television and radio's leading figures for decades, has died aged 96.
By Dominic Ponsford 15 March 9:09
Talksport today launches a sister 24-hour radio station today at the Cheltenham Festival of horse racing.
By PA Mediapoint 15 March 7:53
The Radio Times has accused the Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) of not taking its readers' views on the future of the BBC into consideration.
Robert Peston reveals he applied to be Guardian editor and that ITV boosted his salary by more than one thirdBy Dominic Ponsford 14 March 10:15
ITV political editor Robert Peston has revealed that the commercial broadcaster increased his BBC salary by more than a third.
By Dominic Ponsford 14 March 9:59
Former Sun Whitehall editor Clodagh Higginson (previously Hartley) is joining ITV's Good Morning Britain as the programme's new political correspondent.
By John Reynolds 11 March 12:56
Malaysian human rights activist cleared three years after arrest for showing C4 Sri Lanka 'Killing Fields' filmBy Dominic Ponsford 11 March 12:47
A human rights activist has been cleared three years after she was arrested for showing Channel 4 documentary No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka.
By John Reynolds 09 March 15:32
The media company, famed for its irreverent news gathering, has struck a deal with Sky to launch 24-hour TV channel called Viceland on Sky and Now TV in the UK and Ireland. The deal with Sky is non-exclusive.