Dispatches hires Daniel Pearl as new editor
By Press Gazette - 31 January 11:03

Deputy Editor of Panorama joins Channel 4’s current affairs programme.

Sun scraps Jefferies Supreme Court contempt appeal
By Press Gazette - 27 January 10:55

The Sun withdraws Chris Jefferies challenge as The Mirror fights on.

Press TV, the Iranian state-funded news channel, loses UK licence
By Samira Shackle - 20 January 15:32

The controversial broadcaster has been taken off the air after Ofcom ruled it was in breach of licen

Wannabe journalists in TV battle for Bauer contract
By Press Gazette - 18 January 16:08

ITV and Bauer Media join forces to launch new TV show.

Why isn’t our press more diverse?: Samir Shah
By Samir Shah - 16 January 0:00

Chief executive, Juniper Communications and former head of current affairs at the BBC

Why isn’t our press more diverse?: Anwar Tambe
By Leginb58 - 16 January 0:00

Senior producer, Sky News

Why isn’t our press more diverse?: Dorothy Byrne
By Anonymous - 16 January 0:00

Head of news and current affairs, Channel 4

Dispatches editor Kevin Sutcliffe leaves Channel 4
By Andrew Pugh - 11 January 14:39

Sutcliffe says that after 10 years he felt it was time to move onto other projects.

Strictly Come Dancing final draws 12m viewers
By Grace Jennings-Edquist - 19 December 18:26

But Judd performance fails to hit last year's ratings high.

Ofcom to investigate Clarkson over One Show rant
By Roberto Barros - 19 December 18:22

The media regulator received more than 800 complaints over Top Gear presenter's remarks on public se

First 20 locations for new UK Local TV stations revealed
By Dominic Ponsford - 13 December 17:36

Local TV will represent "a fundamental change in broadcasting", Hunt predicts.

Frozen Planet "faked" polar bear birth? Oh, come off it
By Steven Baxter - 12 December 13:36

Natural history programmes have reconstructed things for years.

Voice of the Arab spring: Mehdi Hasan on Al Jazeera
By Mehdi Hasan - 07 December 11:34

Al Jazeera is an enigma – although owned by an absolute monarch, it’s hailed as an independent voice.

Why the left is wrong on Jeremy Clarkson
By George Eaton - 01 December 12:48

Clarkson's call for strikers to be "shot" was an unfunny joke that required no comment from anyone.

Why the all male Sports Personality of the Year shortlist is a good thing
By Richard Morris - 30 November 16:33

In-built sexist thinking -- or not-thinking -- needs to be highlighted whenever it happens.

Jefferies will never recover from "reckless" coverage
By Dominic Ponsford - 28 November 15:48

The retired teacher was arrested and then released by police last year.

My Transsexual Summer: The trouble with television
By Juliet Jacques - 18 November 13:06

The medium’s ability to improve its own minority representation is strictly limited.

US will not air climate change episode of Frozen Planet
By Samira Shackle - 17 November 13:38

BBC defends decision to give world TV channels the option of dropping the final episode of David Att

BSkyB reports 33 per cent profit boost
By Mike Bonnet - 19 October 17:56

Satellite broadcaster reports strong growth in first quarter profits.

PBS enlists Channel 4 in advance of its UK launch
By Mike Bonnet - 17 October 18:26

Channel 4 appointed to manage advertising for American broadcaster's British début

The end of BBC long-wave
By Sella Oneko - 11 October 12:18

Radio 4's long-wave transmission will soon be history.

BBC: Less panel shows and music; more repeats
By Jenny Greenwell - 10 October 17:18

BBC to axe 2000 jobs by 2014.

US network PBS to lunch in Britain
By James Maxwell - 10 October 16:28

The American current affairs network is going to compete with the BBC for the public service market.

7m watch Mirror Pride of Britain awards
By Press Gazette - 07 October 14:15

Unsung heroes get more attention than film and music awards.

ITV blames 'human error' for using video game footage
By Sella Oneko - 28 September 19:00

ITV's Exposure uses wrong IRA video

Mark Thompson launches defence of the PCC
By Press Gazette - 26 September 12:23

The director general of the BBC speaks out in defence of the current system of press regulation.

Eye-witness backs up NUJ account of EDL attacks
By Press Gazette - 07 September 13:41

Journalist present at EDL march backs up accounts of violence.

Political sketch: committee round two and beyond
By Peter McHugh - 07 September 13:00

Four dull, suited men take to the stage; eyes now turn to Leveson.

Matt Frei: Why I left the BBC
By Press Gazette - 06 September 12:06

Washington correspondent Matt Frei ends his two decade career with the BBC.

Cameron 'backs plans to allow cameras in court'
By Press Gazette - 06 September 11:53

Government considers proposals to allow filming of court rooms.