By Christopher Morris 04 February 11:54
London-based satellite TV station Arise News has been taken off air with journalists and media staff said to be owed £1m.
MPs: BBC handling of Alan Yentob's interventions on Kids Company coverage 'reflects poorly on leadership'By William Turvill 01 February 8:33
As well as being creative director of the BBC, Yentob was also chairman of trustees at the charity when it came under media scrutiny last summer.
By William Turvill 29 January 11:15
The Royal Television Society (RTS) has announced the shortlist for the Television Journalism Awards 2016.
By PA Mediapoint 29 January 11:00
The 43-year-old takes up his position after a short stint as chief executive of media giant 21st Century Fox, a role he only took up in July, succeeding his father, Rupert.
By William Turvill 27 January 9:03
His departure means the programme has lost all four of its staff reporters.
By Dominic Ponsford 11 January 9:57
Radio 4’s Today programme is to expand into video coverage making use of high definition cameras already set up in the studio.
BBC responds to Corbyn complaint: 'It is a long standing tradition that news outlets seek to break stories'By Dominic Ponsford 11 January 8:26
A BBC editor has rejected claims from the Labour Party that it "orchestrated" the resignation of minister Stephen Doughty live on Daily Politics in a way that breached impartiality.
By Dominic Ponsford 08 January 10:02
The BBC is facing questions from two Sun columnists over its reporting of apparent mass coordinated sexual assaults on women in Germany.
By Dominic Ponsford 08 January 6:43
A man who approached a Sky News correspondent in Paris to show him video taken after a fatal shooting was arrested by police.
By PA Mediapoint 29 December 8:12
The Labour leader said making general election-style set pieces a yearly fixture would help the public "engage more in politics" and urged his rival not to "shrink" from a public contest.
'Battle of the bongs' continues with BBC and ITV 10pm revamps - but attracting younger generation is the 'big challenge'By Raymond Snoddy 22 December 12:54
Next month, the BBC will unveil a longer version of the BBC Ten O’Clock News.
By William Turvill and Press Association 21 December 12:20
Channel 4 itself called on Ofcom to carry out an investigation in September after the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards cleared Jack Straw and Malcolm Rifkind of wrongdoing and accused reporters of unfairly tarnishing their reputations.
By Dominic Ponsford 18 December 7:01
Vice UK, the youth media group, has said it is on track to reach turnover of £100m this year and operating profit of £18m.
By Dominic Ponsford 14 December 12:58
Since the launch of Operation Weeting five years ago at least 67 UK journalists have been arrested and/or charged.
By Dominic Ponsford 11 December 6:40
The BBC is to extend News and Ten by ten minutes on most days in the New Year.
'Jihadi John' estate resident 'living in fear' after Sky News broadcast, but Ofcom clears complaint on public interestBy William Turvill 07 December 10:56
The Mediawise Trust made the complaint to the broadcast regulator on behalf of the woman, referred to as Mrs L, saying Sky News was guilty of an "unwarranted infringement of privacy".
By Dominic Ponsford 03 December 15:09
A former hospital executive who blew the whistle to the BBC over concerns about patient safety has revealed that he remains blacklisted by the NHS two years on.
By William Turvill 02 December 12:17
The newspaper reports that the Prince will only speak to broadcasters if the contract is signed.
By Jack Fenwick 30 November 16:17
BBC Newsnight’s political editor, Allegra Stratton, is to join ITV News in the new role of national editor.
By William Turvill 30 November 11:23
A Nigerian television news channel, which has offices in London and New York, has been condemned over slow payments to journalists and other freelances.