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 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 Darren Boyle 09 November 10:30
Fans of the Today show on BBC Radio 4 have a chance to join John Humphrys for breakfast and take part in a production meeting as part of Children in Need.
By Darren Boyle 31 October 8:31
The BBC has called for submissions from members of the public on how the corporation should cover the Scottish independence referendum.
By Press Association 17 October 12:30
The jury in the trial of a former BBC presenter accused of child sex offences has retired to consider its verdict.
Former BBC news chief Boaden offered to resign over Savile - instead she was made £455k head of radioBy Dominic Ponsford 15 October 9:43
Former BBC head of news Helen Boaden offered to resign the week ITV broadcast allegations of child abuse against Jimmy Savile which had been suppressed by Newsnight.
By Press Association 10 October 12:02
The use of mass surveillance programmes by Britain's intelligence agencies is a totally legitimate area for debate, Nick Clegg has said.
BBC's Tony Hall announces plan to double news audience to 500m but cut another £100m from overall budgetBy Press Gazette 08 October 16:03
BBC director general Tony Hall has outlined plans to double the size of the BBC News global audience by 2022.
By Press Association 04 October 12:44
A former BBC presenter accused of child sex offences has been forced to apologise to a prosecutor and a judge after accusing them of being part of a conspiracy to smear him.
By Darren Boyle 02 October 8:43
The BBC is launching a new international news programme across three media platforms.
BBC Savile scoop journalist Liz MacKean says corporation has become 'get rich quick scheme' for 'officer class'By Press Gazette 23 August 9:00
One of the BBC journalists whose Newsnight report revealing sex abuse allegations against Jimmy Savile was spiked yesterday said the corporation has become a "a get-rich scheme" for "an officer class" of top executives.
By Press Gazette 14 August 16:51
Journalists at the BBC have dropped threats of more strike action after agreeing to an improved pay offer of £800 plus a one per cent increase on the level of minimum pay grades.
By PA Media Lawyer 09 August 17:09
The England and Wales Cricket Board has been accused of abusing its dominant market position after becoming involved in a legal row with a sports magazine over Test match coverage and an internet cricket commentary site.
By PA Mediapoint 31 July 9:11
A BBC documentary on the welfare state presented by John Humphrys breached guidelines on impartiality and accuracy, the BBC Trust's editorial standards committee has ruled
By Gabriel Samuels 30 July 17:35
Bauer Media, home to some of Britiain’s biggest magazines and radio stations, has bought Absolute Radio for an estimated £25m.
BBC Trust: 'Encouraging' that 49 per cent of public would choose BBC News over rivals for impartialityBy William Turvill 16 July 13:25
The BBC Trust has said it is "encouraging" that 49 per cent of UK adults in a survey would turn to BBC News for impartiality over other sources.
By Press Gazette 16 July 11:44
Newsreader Mishal Husain will become the second woman to join the presenting team on BBC Radio 4’s flagship Today programme.
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette 10 July 15:43
BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten has said he is shocked at how many senior staff were given hefty payoffs that breached the corporation's own guidelines. He told the Commons Public Accounts Committee it was "a question of shock and dismay for us" when it emerged that staff had been paid more than they were contractually owed in some cases. Patten joined BBC bosses including director-general Tony Hall and human resources director Lucy Adams at the committee.
By William Turvill 10 July 10:36
The father of a BBC journalist who killed himself after complaining of harassment has said he would like his son’s ‘bully’ to be named.
By PA Mediapoint 04 July 10:58
A review of BBC current affairs coverage has compared interviews on Radio 4's Today Programme to a one-sided bout with a prize-fighter.