By Press Gazette 06 March 7:47
An American newsreader working for the Russian state-run television network Russia Today has resigned on-air over Russia's decision to send troops into the Ukraine.
By Jack Fenwick 05 March 10:37
A host on the state-funded Russia Today channel has spoken out against the Kremlin's military aggression in Ukraine.
By Tony Harcup 04 March 12:41
Internal report into BBC coverage of miners' strike, released 30 years on, shows concerns among staff at the time over lack of impartiality and TV 'hunger for violence'
By Ayub Nouinou 03 March 16:59
Over 80 members of staff employed by the BBC are still receiving at least £150,000 in annual salaries, according to the Sunday Times. These revelations have provoked accusations against the new director-general that he will fail to meet the promises to diminish excessive pay at the broadcasting corporation.
By Jack Fenwick 03 March 16:22
After criticism that the Corporation isn't diverse enough, a new journalism apprenticeship scheme is to be launched by the BBC later this year.
By Press Gazette 03 March 13:45
Broadcast news and current affairs programmes will be required to give a fair share of editorial coverage to the UK Independence Party in the run-up to this summer's European elections, Ofcom has ruled.
By Press Gazette 03 March 11:25
The BBC has apologised for a "significant scheduling error" which led to a graphic BBC documentary on alleged human rights abuses in Sri Lanka being broadcast before the watershed.
By Press Gazette 25 February 13:52
The BBC should pay regional newspapers for stories it uses on its websites and local radio stations, a committee of MPs has been told.
By Press Gazette 24 February 12:14
Archant-owned local TV station Mustard has revealed a launch date of 24 March on Freeview channel 8.
By PA Mediapoint 24 February 9:39
Piers Morgan's prime-time talk show has been cancelled with the journalist admitting the audience in the United States is getting "tired" of him.
By Press Association 21 February 10:16
Veteran broadcaster David Dimbleby is to step down from fronting the BBC's general election coverage - after his ninth and final time.
By Press Association 19 February 15:00
More than 50 protesters gathered outside the Egyptian embassy in London today, calling for the immediate release of detained journalists and a return to press freedom in Egypt.
By Darren Boyle 17 February 12:49
The National Union of Journalists is planning a day of action in advance of the terrorism trials of four journalists in Egypt.
Sunday People claims ITV has poached BBC's Susanna Reid with a £1 million contract and the chance to work in LondonBy Darren Boyle 17 February 11:05
The 43-year-old journalist has signed the deal according to a report in The Sunday People after she was told by the BBC that she could not have her own show.
By Darren Boyle 13 February 16:13
Former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis may face a retrial on a charge of allegedly sexually assaulting a journalist.
By PA Mediapoint 11 February 12:58
Former director-general Greg Dyke has criticised the role played by Lord Patten during the BBC's recent troubles.
By PA Mediapoint 11 February 9:51
Controversial documentary series Benefits Street looks set to return for a second series - but will not be filming in Birmingham.
By Darren Boyle 10 February 16:57
A cameraman has been declared brain dead after being injured during a violent protest in Rio de Janeiro, a Brazilian television station said.
By Dominic Ponsford 10 February 10:47
How many journalism trainee schemes let you travel to one of the most remote communities on earth to make a documentary?
By Press Gazette 06 February 16:29
The former Radio 1 Newsbeat editor who was subject to an investigation over allegations of bullying is to become local radio development editor on a 12-month contract from April.