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By Dominic Ponsford | 07 Oct 2015
The Met Police has warned the BBC that its reporting could deter those making sex abuse allegations from coming forward.
By Dominic Ponsford | 05 Oct 2015
BBC economics editor looks set to go to move to ITV on a reported salary package of £750,000.
PG tally of 220 BBC media contacts was derided as 'fantasy' - but FoI answer says 241 in communications 'family'By Axegrinder | 30 Sep 2015
Readers of Press Gazette will know we have an interest in keeping tabs on the size of the BBC's PR operation: see here and here.
By PA Mediapoint | 25 Sep 2015
BBC newsreader Sophie Raworth has been announced as a new presenter of Watchdog - more than 30 years after completing a work experience stint on the programme.
Whittingdale says BBC needs review because of: 'Savile, McAlpine, Ross-Brand, severance payments and excessive salaries'By PA Mediapoint | 17 Sep 2015
Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has said there is "no prospect" of the BBC being abolished but insisted it must modernise - including reviewing the future of the flagship 10 o'clock news bulletin.
By William Turvill and Press Association | 17 Sep 2015
President Petro Poroshenko (pictured, Reuters) signed a sanctions list barring nearly 300 individuals from entering Ukraine.
By David Knowles | 16 Sep 2015
A cameraman was yesterday reportedly injured after apparently being pushed over whilst filming new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn leave his home in north London.
By PA Mediapoint | 16 Sep 2015
Its annual report says more than 100 stars at the corporation earn more than £150,000 while nine celebrities were paid between £500,000 to £1m.
By David Knowles | 15 Sep 2015
Journalists Darren McCaffrey (Sky) and Eleanor Garnier (BBC) yesterday shared detailed accounts of their experience eavesdropping on Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn forming his new shadow cabinet.
By David Knowles | 14 Sep 2015
In an interview with Maitlis, Skinner explained that he was not taking a job in Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet.
By William Turvill | 08 Sep 2015
The Telegraph said in its leader column today: “In effect, the BBC’s answer to a problem caused by there being too many BBC journalists providing local news is to recruit more BBC journalists to provide local news."
By Josephine McCoan | 07 Sep 2015
Broadcaster and business journalist Nigel Roberts has died from a heart attack, aged 61.
By William Turvill | 07 Sep 2015
The News Media Association, the body which represents the national and regional press, has criticised the BBC's plans to provide 100 public service reporters.
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette | 07 Sep 2015
The BBC will offer staff and content to local newspapers and allow rival shows to be seen on its iPlayer catch-up service in plans for a major shake-up of the corporation.
By PA Mediapoint | 02 Sep 2015
Turnbull confirmed the news on Twitter after a story appeared in the Daily Mirror, saying: "He's right, you know."
Newspaper industry urges BBC to co-operate rather than compete as its seeks to influence charter renewalBy Dominic Ponsford | 02 Sep 2015
Leading newspaper publishers have called on the BBC to co-operate with them rather compete as part of a major contribution to the charter renewal debate. The News Media Association has published a 69-page report making the case for the BBC no longer competing with commercial national and local ne
Sturgeon calls for more BBC autonomy in Scotland after 'less than fully informed' referendum coverageBy PA Mediapoint | 28 Aug 2015
Scotland must get a dedicated BBC television channel to counter the often "ill-informed" coverage of London-based journalists who have "totally failed" to cover constitutional change, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has demanded. As a minimum, Sturgeon called for BBC editors ba
By PA Mediapoint | 27 Aug 2015
The BBC is "killing itself", former Crimewatch presenter Nick Ross has said.
Churchill, Eden, Wilson, Thatcher...and now Salmond: Politicans have always sought to control BBC says Nick RobinsonBy Dominic Ponsford | 25 Aug 2015
Today programme presenter Nick Robinson has said that former SNP leader Alex Salmond is just the latest in a long line of politicians who have sought to the control the BBC.
By Dominic Ponsford | 24 Aug 2015
Copies of the long-awaited Smith report into abuse by Jimmy Savile on BBC premises are said to have been circulated among executives at the coporation.