Strong recovery for ITV.
Splash News TV builds on success of its videon stream service.
The broadcaster has seen an increase in ad revenues, which are likely to rise in April, with the roy
Key BBC Breakfast team members are amongst those who have not agreed to Salford Quays move.
Rumours suggested Eurosceptic Conservatives were opposed to the BBC Trust appointment.
International reporters wait for “floodgates to open.”
Move follows News Corp's £415m buyout of Shine Television
Former Conservative chairman set to replace Sir Michael Lyons at BBC's governing body.
Channel 4 commissioners are under pressure to find a show to fill the huge gap in scheduling left by
Newspaper alleges actors were hired to impersonate unwitting members of the public on the BBC Three
Patten is the current favourite but the Tory Right do not want a Europe enthusiast at the helm of th
A court ruling has determined that World Cup and European Championships are to remain free-to-watch.
Communications committee say changes would "improve the viewer experience."
OK! TV is the latest addition to the bewildering circle-jerk that is Richard Desmond’s media empire.
Dr. John Sentamu has voiced concern that cuts will damage this valuable service.
Foreign affairs correspondent suffered "brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating."
Documentary criticised as being "fodder" for EDL.
Misleading portrayal of gypsy life in the Channel 4 series is damaging, says traveller community.
The former Sky duo, sacked after making sexist remarks, have made their debut on TalkSport. But did
Health and education professionals complain that Channel 4's show prioritises viewing figures over r
Nart Bouran, the former Director of Television for Reuters, is appointed news director for Sky News
BBC's "admirable (if expensive)" plan to boost production outside London "risks making an important
BBC has claimed its Persian channel is being jammed within Iran.
The term is “too positive” to be used when referring to the AV vote – but not when describing Camero
Latest data shows over 90 per cent of UK population listen to radio every week.
The <em>Newsnight</em> host can’t hold his tongue – and we love him for it.
News Corp has recorded a 150 per cent rise in profits for the final three months of 2010.
Boost in BBC radio listeners.
Opposition leader attempts to turn down the heat on the phone-hacking scandal.