Galaxy Radio's Programme Director plans to leave at the end of May, reports Radio Today.
Report revealed dumping of toxic waste in the Ivory Coast.
Cameron declares himself the most pro-BBC Tory leader ever in an interview to Radio Times.
Vugar Khalilov arrested and detained over money laundering accusations in Bishkek, the capital of Ky
Stephen Hopkins to imagine Tory future.
Broadcaster, which has no live rights for the football World Cup, plans to set up a dedicated studio
On-demand online movie rental service will allow viewers to stream films via a PC.
Media regulator rules that competition on talk station's George Galloway show was conducted unfairly
Company releases extended and enhanced version of its award-winning 2005 ad "impossible dream."
Channel had received nearly 900 complaints over a Peter Andre interview broadcast by the channel in
Tina McCann appointed as new senior vice president and managing director, the Guardian reports.
James Pearce did not have media accreditation and so commentated on television footage over a mile a
BSkyB seeks delay from Ofcom's ruling that it sell its premium sport content to rival at a reduced p
In a bid to increase revenues the broadcaster has announced The Zone.
The channel that will focus on Xbox gaming, according to Bloomberg.
Some of Britain's leading actors and comedians have opposed the Conservatives' plans for the BBC.
The prime minister has asked broadcasters to focus more on party policies rather than personalities.
Andy Duncan received an extra year of salary to meet the requirements of his one-year rolling contra
Combined audience comes in under half of last week's figures, according to overnight research.
The move comes following death threats from a radical Muslim group to kill its producers.
Regional pay television revenues in Asia are expected to almost double by 2015 to $60bn.
The ITV newsreader, who has been at ITN since 1998, is switching to the public service broadcaster.
BBC Radio 5 Live and Channel Five presenter Colin Murray will replace Adrian Chiles as host of the f
The Scottish National Party and Plaid had complained about their exclusion from next week’s BBC lead
The broadcaster has sold its cinema advertising business, Pearl & Dean, to Image Limited for £1.
Phil Rumbol, the man behind the famous Gorilla advertisement, is planning to leave the company in Ju
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has cleared two government TV advertisements that encourag
The Scottish broadcaster has set out plans to launch a high-definition service in time for South Afr
A US version of the BBC Two's motoring show will launch later this year.
Broadcasters will examine the eruption of Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland which sent a cloud of