By Gabriel Samuels 06 August 8:58
The inspiring story Raphael Rowe, the Panorama presenter sentenced to life for murder whose fight for justice landed him a job at the BBC.
By Rachel Banning-Lover 09 December 15:03
Despite the BBC receiving more than 1,000 complaints about its coverage of Nelson Mandela’s death, it has defended its coverage.
By Rachel Banning-Lover 09 December 12:25
The National Union of Journalists has agreed a deal with Al Jazeera, to conduct collective bargaining on behalf of trade union members working at the broadcaster.
By Darren Boyle 04 December 14:24
A former police officer at the centre of the Plebgate affair is suing Andrew Mitchell MP over comments he made in the media surrounding the controversy.
By Darren Boyle 02 December 16:11
The National Union of Journalist has apologised to BBC HR director Lucy Adams after it claimed she had been running a dirty tricks campaign.
By Dominic Ponsford 29 November 9:06
BBC head of news James Harding has brought in his old deputy at The Times Keith Blackmore to the newly-created job of managing editor BBC News.
By Dominic Ponsford 27 November 9:22
Prosecutors have said that it would not be in the public interest to charge police whistleblowers who put former Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell’s ‘Plebgate’ altercation at Downing Street into the public domain.
By Darren Boyle 26 November 11:37
Working in a 24/7 news environment has made the highs of breaking major stories less intense, according to BBC economics editor Robert Peston.
'Killing Arafat' journalist on being bugged, intimidated and obstructed by the Palestinian AuthorityBy Paul Martin and Dominic Ponsford 25 November 16:32
The Al Jazeera reporter whose documentary claimed that Palestinian President Yasser Arafat was likely to have been poisoned by radioactive polonium has accused the Palestinian Authority of suppressing or obstructing the investigation into his demise for years and of trying to intimidate him and his fellow researchers.
By Dominic Ponsford 25 November 10:21
Press Association photographer Lewis Whyld has revealed how he used an un-manned drone to take pictures of a Typhoon-ravaged city in the Philippines.
By Darren Boyle 20 November 14:24
Journalists working on controversial stories have been placed on a “domestic extremist database”, the National Union of Journalists has warned.
By Darren Boyle 20 November 11:01
The BBC needs to slash the number of television channels it broadcasts according to broadcaster David Dimbleby.
By Darren Boyle 20 November 8:40
World wide web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee will guest edit and edition of BBC Radio 4’s Today programme over Christmas week.
By Press Gazette 19 November 14:54
A BBC journalist was probably overlooked promotion because of his union activities, an employment tribunal has found.
By Press Gazette 14 November 9:28
BBC chairman Lord Pattern has hit back at an “exceptionally ill-judged attack” from Conservative Party chairman Grant Schapps and said that the corporation gets bashed more in the press than President Assad.
By Darren Boyle 13 November 15:48
Racing pundit John McCririck’s “bigoted and male chauvinist views” mean Channel 4 was right in sacking him, an Employment Tribunal has ruled.
By Darren Boyle 13 November 15:18
A Channel 4 news team had to be escorted from a train by police in Sri Lanka through a baying mob who stopped them from investigating alleged human rights abuses.
By Darren Boyle 13 November 11:12
An ITV journalist has been racially abused online because she did not wear a poppy on-air during the run up to Remembrance Sunday.
By Press Gazette 12 November 17:25
ITV news business editor Laura Keunnsberg is joining Newsnight as a presenter and as chief correspondent.
By Dominic Ponsford 11 November 12:07
Home Secretary Theresa May suggested today that the BBC may need to curb its activities at a local level to protect local newspapers.