Today's Justin Webb: Broadcasters should be paid salaries that 'keep them on the side of the people'By Press Gazette 24 May 7:37
BBC Radio 4 presenter Justin Webb has said that news broadcasters' salaries should "keep them on the side of the people".
By Freddy Mayhew 23 May 13:08
An academic who has written best-selling books about economics has been appointed economics editor of ITV News.
By Dominic Ponsford 20 May 13:35
BBC correspondent Rupert Wingfield-Hayes has revealed how he was interrogated for ten hours before being expelled from North Korea, earlier this month.
Rajar radio figures round-up: Radio 4's Today loses 300,000 listeners following departure of Jim NaughtieBy Dominic Ponsford 19 May 9:04
Radio 4's Today breakfast news show lost 300,000 listeners in the first quarter of 2016 following the departure of long-serving presenter Jim Naughtie at the end of last year.
By Freddy Mayhew 17 May 11:09
Local TV stations appear confident that they have a future despite proposals to scrap their funding from the licence fee, set out in the BBC white paper.
By Dominic Ponsford 17 May 9:07
News UK-owned website Heat Street as revealed the names of 41 BBC stars it believes are paid more than the Prime Minister's £150,000 salary.
By Freddy Mayhew 16 May 10:49
Channel 4 News anchor Jon Snow and colleagues have led tributes to senior foreign affairs producer Sarah Corp, behind the programme’s coverage of the conflicts in Libya, Egypt, and Iraq, who has died from cancer aged 41.
White paper: BBC breathes a sigh of relief as commercial journalism sector given crumbs from the tableBy Dominic Ponsford 13 May 7:05
Hopefully the BBC's Charter renewal team won't have been crass enough to pop Champagne corks yesterday wherever they have been toiling at New Broadcasting House.
By PA Mediapoint 12 May 14:44
ITV has defended itself against Vote Leave accusations that it has "joined the official In campaign" in the EU referendum, after it announced plans for a programme pitching David Cameron against UKIP leader Nigel Farage.
BBC white paper: Broadcaster to be regulated by Ofcom for the first time and run by new unitary boardBy Dominic Ponsford 12 May 9:56
The BBC is set to regulated by Ofcom for the first time and run by a unitary board appointed by the government and the BBC itself.
By Dominic Ponsford 12 May 9:28
The BBC has agreed a deal to contribute £8m towards the cost of providing 150 journalists to cover councils and public services for local newspapers. The deal is expected to be outlined today in a government white paper setting out the proposed terms of a new 11-year funding agreement for the corporation.
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette 11 May 16:15
Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has said media speculation about the contents of tomorrow’s BBC white paper has ranged from “complete fantasy” to “quite well informed”.
Peston v Marr: Daily Mail writer says sorry over 'tipsy conductor' jibe as critics divided over new Sunday showBy Freddy Mayhew 10 May 14:34
Daily Mail columnist Quentin Letts has apologised for his “horrid” comments about Andrew Marr, in which he called the recovering stroke victim a “tipsy conductor” and “Captain Hop-Along”.
By Freddy Mayhew 10 May 11:09
An exclusive Channel 4 report on alleged electoral fraud by the Conservative Party has prompted eight separate police forces to launch investigations into the matter.
BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes expelled from North Korea and told to sign 'confession' saying work inaccurateBy PA Mediapoint 09 May 7:34
A BBC reporter, a producer and a cameraman have been detained in North Korea and are being expelled from the country, the BBC has said.
By Freddy Mayhew 05 May 11:17
ITN chief executive John Hardie received a £1.2m pay packet last year after being gifted £499,000 from a “long term incentive scheme”, according to the firm’s latest annual report.
By PA Mediapoint 04 May 9:43
Former BBC Trust chairman Chris Patten has spoken out in defence of the "besieged" BBC as the Government prepares to publish a White Paper on the corporation's future.
BBC insiders complain about Sunday Times business editor joining Today despite external hiring freezeBy Dominic Ponsford 03 May 8:23
Questions have been raised about why the BBC has recruited Sunday Times business editor Dominic O'Connell to join Radio 4's Today programme despite a claimed freeze on external recruits.
By Dominic Ponsford 29 April 11:59
The BBC claims that the total audience for its international services has grown 12 per cent year on year to 348 million.
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.