BBC green paper published: Royal Charter review will examine whether BBC should be 'all things to all people'By PA Mediapoint 16 July 14:06
Culture Secretary John Whittingdale said that the upcoming review of the BBC's Royal Charter will look at whether the broadcaster should continue to be "all things to all people" or should have a more "precisely targeted" mission in terms of its output.
By William Turvill and Press Association 14 July 12:11
Director-general Tony Hall has enlisted the BBC's audience in his opposition to plans for what he described as a "much-diminished" corporation.
From 'full marks' to 'warped values': Mail retracts BBC praise as MPs condemn use of 'Islamic State'By William Turvill and Rushabh Haria 03 July 9:51
The BBC is coming under pressure from politicians and other media outlets over its use of the term ‘Islamic State’.
By William Turvill 02 July 12:22
The cuts, announced by director general Tony Hall this morning, are expected to see people in the highest grades of employment at the BBC lose their jobs.
By William Turvill 02 July 10:47
The BBC is to cut more than 1,000 jobs, including many managerial roles, because of a £150 million shortfall in its licence fee income, sources said.
By William Turvill 01 July 13:35
A BBC source said there is “real panic” among BBC managers ahead of a speech from director general Tony Hall in which he is expected to announce more job cuts.
BBC's James Harding says 'sorry' to Grant Shapps over scant coverage of Wikipedia story 'correction'By William Turvill 30 June 11:03
BBC head of news James Harding has apologised to Conservative minister Grant Shapps over coverage of his Wikipedia page.
By William Turvill 30 June 9:00
The BBC has come under pressure to stop using the term "Islamic State". (Picture: BBC's New Broadcasting House, Shutterstock)
By William Turvill 05 May 10:34
Newspapers and magazines are the most popular source of news for politicians, according to a new survey.
By Robert Griffiths 01 April 11:22
BBC Minute will also be distributed via partnerships with radio music stations around the world, and will be available to download on iTunes.
By William Turvill 10 March 16:01
Referees and linesmen come under intense scrutiny from the media over their decisions in football matches up and down the country each week. (Picture: Shutterstock)
By PA Mediapoint 04 March 15:50
BBC Trust boss Rona Fairhead has proposed setting up an external regulator with "strong powers" to oversee the corporation.
BBC report says corporation should expand local news coverage because 5,000 UK press jobs have gone in ten yearsBy William Turvill 28 January 14:00
BBC News should seek to improve its local news coverage as regional newspaper coverage diminishes, a report commissioned by the corporation has found.
Bullying, management and recruitment processes flagged up as areas of 'real concern' in BBC staff surveyBy William Turvill 23 January 10:11
Bullying, poor management and unfair recruitment processes have been highlighted as areas of "real concern" at the BBC following a staff survey.
By William Turvill 12 December 9:31
BBC News has 321 editors, according to information released under the Freedom of Information Act.
By Press Gazette 05 December 9:32
David Cameron and George Osborne of questioned the impartiality of the BBC after "hyperbolic" coverage of the autumn statement.
BBC Trust accepts evidence was omitted from Jimmy Savile report but new chair declines to reopen investigationBy William Turvill 24 November 11:08
The new chair of the BBC Trust has declined to reopen the Pollard Review into the Jimmy Savile scandal in the fact "crucial" evidence was omitted from it.
Press Gazette appeal to info chief forces BBC to admit three senior journalists were appointed without competitionBy William Turvill 17 November 11:18
The BBC has been forced to admit that three high-profile members of editorial staff were appointed without their jobs being advertised.
By Dominic Ponsford 11 November 10:21
BBC head of news James Harding said the corporation is investigating buying content from local newspapers and setting up a fund to pay for court reporting.
By PA Mediapoint 05 November 9:06
Miriam O'Reilly told the House of Lords Communications Committee that the corporation was avoiding criticism of age discrimination and "comeback" for its actions.