BBC Radio 5 Live adds one million listeners
By Dominic Ponsford - 03 February 10:22

Boost in BBC radio listeners.

Leaked Labour email: lay off Murdoch
By Dan Hodges - 02 February 11:07

Opposition leader attempts to turn down the heat on the phone-hacking scandal.

The happening place
By Steven Baxter - 01 February 9:50

“I’m standing here, outside a building, where something is going on. Or not.”

Watch: Paxman drops the C-bomb
By George Eaton - 01 February 8:39

<em>Newsnight</em> presenter becomes the latest BBC figure to utter the “C-word” live on air.

Egypt closes Al-Jazeera press bureau
By Press Gazette - 31 January 11:26

Egypt has withdrawn the licence to broadcast of rolling news channel Al-Jazeera and shut down its Ca

Murdoch eyes the prize as BSkyB profits soar
By George Eaton - 27 January 18:14

BSkyB profits up 26 per cent as Murdoch remains in London to negotiate with Culture Secretary.

Do me a favour, love: sexism at Sky Sports
By ewangravesen615 - 26 January 12:05

An insider lifts the lid on boorishness and misogyny at Sky Sports.

News Corp claims judicial review of BSkyB deal is possible
By Oliver Luft - 26 January 11:13

Ofcom's report into the BSkyB deal has been described as "flawed" by News Corp, which says it retain

Heavy cuts at BBC World Service
By PA Mediapoint - 26 January 11:03

650 jobs 'at risk' in heavy cuts at BBC World Service.

Culture Secretary delays referral to Competition Commission
By Oliver Luft - 25 January 12:03

Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced today that he was giving News Corp more time to address conc

Radio presenter granted right to appeal High Court ruling
By Oliver Luft - 24 January 15:30

TalkSport presenter Jon Gaunt wins right to appeal 'Nazi' jibe ruling.

BBC budget cuts mean loss of 360 online jobs
By Oliver Luft - 24 January 15:22

Cuts of 25 percent to the BBC's annual online budget mean 360 jobs will be lost.

Leaked Palestinian documents published by the Guardian and al-Jazeera
By Oliver Luft - 24 January 11:01

Reports published from more than 1,600 leaked confidential Palestinian documents.

Blair, the BBC and dictatorship
By Anthony Barnett - 22 January 10:43

The Iraq war was a catastrophe for the way the UK is governed.

Media vultures are homing in on private lives – but at what cost?
By Steven Baxter - 21 January 11:50

Coverage of the most recent developments in the Joanna Yeates case prompts the question: will the me

Campbell case has killed success fees
By Oliver Luft - 21 January 11:07

Naomi Campbell's court case, which ended with a ruling against the UK government, will end "no win,

Hunt places question over 600 ITV regional jobs
By Dominic Ponsford - 20 January 13:28

Culture Secretary is worried about regional news.

TV star wins gagging order over phone sex story
By Staff blogger - 19 January 11:50

Celebrity has won court battle to keep his identity secret.

Hunt to unveil plan for new channel to support local TV
By Staff blogger - 19 January 11:42

Culture Secretary plans to launch new national channel and support regional services.

Former Channel M duo pan local TV proposals
By Dominic Ponsford - 12 January 13:08

New local TV stations won't work, say Channel M journalists.

Chris Shaw made editorial director for ITN Productions
By Dominic Ponsford - 11 January 11:17

Head of news for C5 to move to ITN as editorial director.

Dyke outlines plan for 80 local TV stations in UK
By Dominic Ponsford - 11 January 11:11

Former BBC director general plans an expansion in local TV.

ITV News and NBC to share foreign correspondents
By Oliver Luft - 07 January 11:40

News networks have appointed the same Africa correspondent.

The NS Interview: Deborah Meaden, Dragons’ Den panellist
By Mehdi Hasan - 06 January 9:52

‘‘When people meet me they say, ‘You’re so much nicer in real life.‘‘

BBC spent £600k on employment claims
By New Statesman - 04 January 17:25

The BBC paid out more than £600,000 dealing with employment tribunal claims last year.

The Sun admits publishing false story about Al-Qaeda and Coronation Street
By New Statesman - 30 December 13:29

Tabloid apologies for falsely claiming that terrorist group had targeted TV soap.

Parliament should have a role in appointing next BBC chair, says Labour spokesman
By New Statesman - 30 December 13:19

Shadow culture secretary Ivan Lewis says Tory "contempt" for BBC means appointment must be independe

Ofcom may recommend further inquiry into News Corp’s BSkyB bid
By New Statesman - 30 December 13:17

Media regulator is likely to demand an investigation by the Competition Commission into BSkyB deal.

Jon Stewart hosting the Daily Show in 2004, during the show's most iconic period as an anti-establishment voice. Photo: Getty Images
Why Britain needs its own Jon Stewart
By Helen Lewis - 28 December 13:42

In 2010, Helen Lewis looked back over a decade of The Daily Show and wondered - as Channel 4 decided to cut back its syndication - why Brits couldn't be so lucky as to have as good a satirist on TV every day as Jon Stewart.

BBC denies 'The Nativity' drama had anti-Jewish libel
By New Statesman - 24 December 12:17

Leading rabbi criticises portrayal of a character who denies shelter to pregnant Mary.