BBC's Sir Cliff Richard 'leak' investigated by Met department that grabbed Sun phone records under RIPABy William Turvill 24 October 9:22
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 October 16:07
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.
By William Turvill 20 October 9:05
Thomas has been acting editor of the title since May, when Tom Giles was moved into a strategy role at the BBC.
By Dominic Ponsford 16 October 9:52
A new survey suggests newspapers played a bigger role in helping Scottish people decide how to vote in the referendum than social media and the campaigns themselves.
By William Turvill 16 October 7:57
Made in Cardiff has today become the eighth local TV station to go live.
By Axegrinder 15 October 14:15
Boris Johnson walked off camera during a BBC interview this afternoon, leaving the presenter calling out his name on live television.
By PA Mediapoint 13 October 11:30
UKIP leader Nigel Farage would take on David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg in a televised pre-election debate, under proposals from broadcasters.
By William Turvill 08 October 12:42
Ofcom has previously rejected a bid from the Evegeny Lebedev-owned station to reduce London-based programming, but has now accepted a watered-down proposal.
Ofcom takes no further action after 'lapse of judgement' saw Sky News man sift through plane crash wreckageBy Press Gazette 06 October 15:39
A live report in which Sky News journalist Colin Brazier was seen picking through the belongings of victims of the MH17 air disaster in Ukraine amounted to a "significant lapse of judgement", according to Ofcom.
By Press Association and Press Gazette 06 October 11:31
Brenda Leyland, 63, who was identified as one of the "trolls" posting hate messages aimed at the parents of Madeleine McCann, was found dead in a hotel.
Sister of Alice Gross condemns 'extremely insensitive' reference to death in BBC Question Time debate on immigrationBy PA Mediapoint 03 October 8:59
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".
By Dominic Ponsford 01 October 9:46
Sky News today relaunched its website in a mobile-friendly format.
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 September 13:11
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".
London Live bid to slash local programming rejected as Ofcom says 16 local TV stations will be on air by February 2015By Dominic Ponsford 17 September 13:00
Ofcom has rejected a bid from London Live to slash the amount of local programming broadcast per day from 18 hours to eight hours.
UK's top civil servant says Alex Salmond wrong about claim Treasury 'leaked' RBS relocation story to BBCBy PA Mediapoint 12 September 10:08
Claims by Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond that the Treasury deliberately leaked details of Royal Bank of Scotland's plans to relocate its headquarters to London in the event of a Scottish vote for independence have been rejected by Whitehall's most senior civil servant.
By Dominic Ponsford 11 September 17:37
Journalists at the BBC have decided not to go on strike after management agreed to a freeze on compulsory redundancies and on recruitment.
BBC deputy head of news Fran Unsworth: We have already cut £50m without the audience noticing a fall in qualityBy William Turvill 09 September 13:47
The BBC's deputy director of news and current affairs Fran Unsworth said her department had already cut £50m without the audience noticing so would be able to cut another £50m.
Keith Vaz: Police showed 'sheer incompetence', BBC behaved 'entirely properly' over Cliff Richard investigationBy Dominic Ponsford 02 September 17:51
The BBC put South Yorkshire Police in "a very difficult position" over a planned search of Sir Cliff Richard's home in connection with a historical sexual offence allegation, chief constable David Crompton told MPs today.
By William Turvill 02 September 9:39
According to the Evening Standard, law firm Taylor Wessing was paid £81,924, and PR Champollion £41,000.
BBC director general and South Yorks Police will be quizzed by MPs today over Cliff Richard house searchBy Press Gazette 02 September 8:36
Force head David Crompton and Lord Tony Hall will face the Home Affairs Select Committee following a row sparked when the BBC broke news of the search of the pop star's Berkshire penthouse.