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By PA Media Lawyer | 27 Oct 2014
The corporation defended Rwanda's Untold Story, broadcast on BBC2 on 1 October, and said the decision to take the Great Lakes Service off the air was "unwarranted and disproportionate".
Guardian boss: BBC distorting news market in Australia, Google must face 'editorial responsibilities'By Dominic Ponsford | 24 Oct 2014
Guardian Media Group chief executive Andrew Miller has attacked the BBC for following his company by expanding into Australia.
BBC's Sir Cliff Richard 'leak' investigated by Met department that grabbed Sun phone records under RIPABy William Turvill | 24 Oct 2014
Met Police assistant commissioner Martin Hewett wrote to the chair of the committee, Keith Vaz MP, to say that the Directorate of Professional Standards was investigating the allegation that the BBC’s story had come from an Operation Yewtree.
By William Turvill | 20 Oct 2014
Unsworth will retain her previous title as she takes charge of the World Service, World News and bbc.com/news. She will also lead BBC Monitoring and will chair the BBC’s international development charity, BBC Media Action.
The week in brief: BBC launches ebola Whatsapp service, X Factor finalist 'loses out on £30k OK deal after asking for £300k'By William Turvill | 17 Oct 2014
The BBC World Service has launched a "lifeline" Ebola service on Whatsapp for the people of West Africa.
News on the Move: How BBC is going mobile-first...Metro's online success story...Why Times is reader-first, not digital-firstBy Dominic Ponsford | 17 Oct 2014
The majority of traffic to the BBC News website now comes from mobile and tablet devices.
By Axegrinder | 15 Oct 2014
Boris Johnson walked off camera during a BBC interview this afternoon, leaving the presenter calling out his name on live television.
By William Turvill | 15 Oct 2014
Although individual pages have been blocked in recent years, the BBC website has been "generally available" in China since the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
By William Turvill | 07 Oct 2014
The corporation has announced it is extending coverage Down Under by “launching a dedicated Australian news service on BBC.com” from this month. It has also announced a number of new programmes “specially curated for an Australian audience”.
Sister of Alice Gross condemns 'extremely insensitive' reference to death in BBC Question Time debate on immigrationBy PA Mediapoint | 03 Oct 2014
Nina Gross described the inclusion on the show of a debate concerning immigration issues arising from the investigation into the 14-year-old's death as "extremely insensitive" and "horrible".
News in brief: Emmy awards for BBC and Channel 4 News, new City AM editor, new cycling magazine, data journalism project gets £500k boostBy William Turvill | 02 Oct 2014
The BBC and Channel 4 News won three Emmy awards between them this week.
By Press Gazette | 26 Sep 2014
Baroness Butler-Sloss, who stepped down as chairman of an inquiry into allegations of child abuse by establishment figures in the summer, is to be a guest editor of Radio 4's Today programme.
By William Turvill | 24 Sep 2014
Paxman left BBC Two flagship programme Newsnight earlier this year after 25 years.
BBC One must broadcast 40 hours of peak-time current affairs a year under new rules after Trust found lack of 'impact'By PA Media Lawyer | 23 Sep 2014
The changes, introduced by the BBC Trust, state that the channel has to offer analysis of "issues of national and international concern" alongside "regular political coverage and topical debate".
BBC confident half of local radio presenters will be female by end of year after 'demonstrably good progress'By PA Mediapoint | 23 Sep 2014
The corporation's director general Lord Hall said in August last year that he wanted to see more women hosting or co-hosting breakfast shows.
Rusbridger wins 'alternative Nobel', TV titles merger, new BBC sport editor, Bath Chron redesign - #nibsBy William Turvill | 22 Sep 2014
A round-up of this week's job moves, business shake-ups and award wins.
By William Turvill | 18 Sep 2014
The corporation has lodged a formal protest with the Russian authorities after the attack, which took place in the city of Astrakhan.
ITN's Tom Bradby says 'abuse and intimidation' from Yes campaign 'highly unusual in the democratic world'By William Turvill | 17 Sep 2014
Tom Bradby said he wasn’t suggesting that his experiences in Scotland bear “comparison with really bad places” – but did admit he is not “enjoying” himself.
By Press Association | 16 Sep 2014
Paul Holleran, Scottish organiser for the National Union of Journalists, spoke out after hundreds of pro-independence campaigners staged a demonstration outside BBC Scotland's Glasgow headquarters.
By William Turvill | 15 Sep 2014
The BBC took took centre stage in the Scottish referendum debate this weekend as protesters gathered outside its Glasgow offices.