New Statesman
Ofcom to investigate Sky News "canoe man" email hack
By Andrew Pugh - 23 April 12:55

It is thought that a journalist from the broadcaster hacked into the emails of John Darwin.

New Statesman
Ofcom to investigate Sky News "canoe man" email hack
By Andrew Pugh - 23 April 12:46

It is thought that a journalist from the broadcaster hacked into the emails of John Darwin.

New Statesman
TalkSport signs groundbreaking deal for radio rights outside Europe
By Emily Wight - 18 April 12:33

The move will create 40 new jobs at the radio station.

New Statesman
BBC spends £277m on redundancy payments in seven years
By Emily Wight - 17 April 11:22

Staff received payouts as high as £949,000 for both compulsory and voluntary redundancies.

New Statesman
Scottish murder trial could be filmed
By PA Media Lawyer - 12 April 12:01

Channel 4 documentary may show courtroom footage of this month's Arlene Fraser case.

Sky News admits it hacked emails of “canoe man”
Sky News admits it hacked emails of “canoe man”
By Andrew McIntyre - 05 April 15:51

Broadcaster authorized a reporter to access John Darwin's emails.

Anna Ford, ageism
Ex-BBC man: 'Women aren't the only victims of ageism'
By Andrew Pugh - 04 April 15:11

Michael Cole claims that men suffer from age discrimination too.

BBC to cut 140 jobs
140 journalists face the axe at BBC news
By Press Gazette - 28 March 9:58

First round of job cuts in five year plan announced.

Rupert Murdoch
News Corp firm accused of hacking rival
By Daniel Jacobius Morgan - 27 March 13:04

NDS, a subsidiary of News Corp, allegedly released security codes of ITV Digital.

Jarvis Cocker, BBC 6 Music
Eclectic avenues
By Sophie Elmhirst - 22 March 14:04

The appeal of BBC 6 Music.

Harvey Nichols' "Walk of Shame" ad avoids ban
By Alice Gribbin - 21 March 11:34

ASA rules that luxury fashion store's TV ad is not sexist or demeaning towards women.

New Statesman
Ofcom dismisses Big Fat Gypsy Weddings complaints
By Andrew McIntyre - 20 March 16:55

"Gypsier" and other words deemed not in violation of code.

Police production orders turn journalists into "informers"
By NS staff writer - 20 March 15:33

Immigration minister Damian Green has expressed "sympathy" for journalists who are assaulted in the course of their work, while his colleague defended the use of court orders forcing news organisations to hand over footage to

Channel 4 secures rights to racing "crown jewels"
By Daniel Jacobius Morgan - 19 March 15:42

Channel 4 has won the Grand National and Royal Ascot from the BBC.

Mark Thompson, pictured at the new BBC headquarters in Salford, May 2011
Mark Thompson to step down as BBC director general
By George Eaton - 19 March 13:55

Read the BBC director general's email to his staff.

Fight over Dale Farm footage grab
By NS staff writer - 19 March 11:47

Broadcasters fight court order forcing them to hand over footage of the Dale Farm eviction to Essex

British journalists accused of spying released in Libya
By NS staff writer - 19 March 11:40

Journalists were captured on 22 February in Tripoli.

Tax break for Downton Abbey
By Daniel Jacobius Morgan - 16 March 13:34

George Osborne to announce 25 per cent TV tax breaks in 2012 Budget.

Cyber-attacks from Iran targeted BBC Persian
By Andrew McIntyre - 14 March 17:01

Attacks targeted satellite feeds into Iran and phone lines in London, says BBC director.

Is Cardinal O'Brien being used as bait?
By Steven Baxter - 07 March 9:45

Nuance, compromise, and ambivalence don't make 'good TV'. We've chosen this binary world.

ITV expected to benefit from more Sunday paper ads
By Andrew McIntyre - 27 February 15:14

Broadcasters should see more ad revenue as the Sun on Sunday hits stands.

Al-Jazeera English is surprise RTS choice for news channel of the year award
By Rob Pollard - 23 February 15:27

Al-Jazeera provided "essential viewing for insight and understanding of the evolving story" in the M

Alex Crawford is RTS journalist of year for 4th time
By NS staff writer - 23 February 13:36

Sky News correspondent wins award for her reporting from Libya.

Call The Midwife most-watched drama in over a decade
By Andrew McIntyre - 21 February 14:27

BBC show's season finale drew more than 9m viewers.

Paxman likens BBC to decolonised Britain
By Rob Pollard - 21 February 13:34

Corporation’s decision to relocate to central London angers Newsnight presenter.

China set to reduce number of foreign TV shows
By Rob Pollard - 14 February 13:48

TV broadcasting agency sets new rules on the amount of foreign television programmes that can be air

On Sky News, Twitter, and whether we would like journalists to be human
On Sky News, Twitter, and whether we would like journalists to be human
By Steven Baxter - 08 February 13:46

Those who work for news organisations should, within reason, have a free hand in their personal twee

Sky News and anti-social media
By George Eaton - 08 February 10:56

The channel's decision to ban retweets by its journalists is a great leap backwards.

Alex Salmond, the BBC and the impartiality question
By Samira Shackle - 06 February 9:57

The SNP leader's rugby punditry was cancelled on grounds of impartiality. Is he right to raise conce

BBC defends decision to censor the word "Palestine"
By Samira Shackle - 02 February 14:34

The broadcaster claims that allowing the lyric "free Palestine" would have comprised impartiality.