BBC should not assume a Tory win: Ben Bradshaw
By New Statesman - 03 March 12:09

The culture secretary Ben Bradshaw has asked the BBC not to assume a Tory win in the next general el

Politicians and broadcasters strike deal for live debates
By New Statesman - 03 March 12:04

A 76-point deal has been struck between the leaders of Britain's three political parties and the bro

ITV returns to profit for 2009
By New Statesman - 03 March 8:06

Cost cuts and increased share of advertising market see broadcaster make profit of £25m

British journalist jailed in Gaza faces further 15 days detention
By Dominic Ponsford - 02 March 12:44

Paul Martin, the British freelance journalist jailed in Gaza, today had his period of detention exte

Culture Secretary invites debate over BBC licence fee
By New Statesman - 02 March 12:38

The Culture Secretary Ben Bradshaw has indicated the scrapping of the BBC licence fee if Labour wins

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld's NBC sitcom receives bad reviews
By New Statesman - 02 March 12:35

Popular comedian Jerry Seinfeld's NBC comedy series 'The Marriage Ref' has received harsh reviews fr

BBC presenter Kristian Digby dies
By New Statesman - 02 March 12:33

BBC's presenter and the host of daytime television shows, Kristian Digby, was found dead at his East

BBC likely to undergo major overhaul
By New Statesman - 02 March 12:31

BBC's director-general Mark Thompson will present a review of every aspect of BBC's activities today

BBC receives complaints over 6 Music closure
By New Statesman - 02 March 12:29

The BBC has received nearly 2,500 complaints calling to save 6 Music and the Asian Network.

BBC announces cuts and closures
By New Statesman - 02 March 8:31

Cuts to digital content, radio, and television announced as Mark Thompson says that BBC "should leav

ITV expects surge in ad revenues
By New Statesman - 01 March 12:31

ITV's advertising income is likely to increase by 18 per cent in April, according to the broadcaster

Alex Salmond embroiled in STV 'cash for programmes' controversy
By New Statesman - 01 March 12:29

The First Minister, Alex Salmond has been accused of holding secret meetings with STV bosses, as the

BBC writes off loss from online education service
By New Statesman - 01 March 12:28

The BBC has written off £150m of licence-fee payers' money it lost when an online education service,

Viacom and News Corp all set to fight it out in India
By New Statesman - 01 March 12:27

US-based media houses Viacom and News Corp, which have been fighting each other for supremacy in the

BBC wins seven RTS journalism awards
By Oliver Luft - 26 February 12:08

The Ten o'clock News was named the news programme of the year as the BBC beat off competition from o

BBC to axe two radio stations
By New Statesman - 26 February 12:07

The BBC is expected to close two of its radio stations, 6 Music and Asian Network, cut budgets on im

Today presenter Ed Stourton nominated for Broadcasting Press Guild award
By New Statesman - 26 February 12:06

Former Today presenter Ed Stourton has been nominated for radio broadcaster of the year award at thi

Government to provide extra funding for replacement ITV pilots
By New Statesman - 26 February 12:03

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport is to provide extra £7m for replacement ITV regional new

NAO slams BBC over £2bn spent on three building projects
By New Statesman - 26 February 12:00

The National Audit Office (NAO) has criticised the BBC for spending £2bn on three different building

BBC Trust: Panorama distorted facts in ADHD programme
By Oliver Luft - 25 February 13:55

The BBC will broadcast an on-screen correction and apologise after the BBC Trust found that an editi

Nickelodeon to air new shows
By New Statesman - 25 February 12:57

Channels Nickelodeon and Nick Jr will launch new song and dance programmes as part of their spring a

Jamie Cullum to host jazz show on Radio 2
By New Statesman - 25 February 12:56

Musician Jamie Cullum, who became popular with his album 'Twenty Something', will host a new weekly

Ofcom to probe government's climate change campaign
By New Statesman - 25 February 12:56

The media regulator Ofcom will investigate the government's £6m climate change TV campaign called 'B

Michael Grade joins James Grant Group as non-executive chairman
By New Statesman - 25 February 12:56

Former ITV chairman Michael Grade is to join the James Grant Group (JGG) as non-executive chairman.

BBC Worldwide to distribute Universal Music's TV content
By New Statesman - 25 February 12:55

BBC Worldwide Music (BBCWM) has signed a long-term deal with Universal Music UK to distribute all of

Talkers mag names Rush Limbaugh as top talk radio host
By New Statesman - 24 February 12:54

Talkers, the US trade publication on talk radio, has named Rush Limbaugh as its top talk radio host.

BBC Asian Network to broadcast new chart
By New Statesman - 24 February 12:31

BBC's Asian Network will broadcast the world's first Official Asian Download Chart on 27 February.

BBC to bring Glastonbury to the global stage
By New Statesman - 24 February 12:25

BBC Worldwide has signed a TV deal to broadcast the Glastonbury festival to billions across Australi

Barnet gets UK’s first estate television station
By New Statesman - 24 February 12:23

The UK’s first estate television station will be launched in Barnet.

First gay programme on Brooklands FM
By New Statesman - 24 February 12:21

Brooklands FM, the community radio station, will launch a new show to attract North Surrey’s lesbian

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