A new BBC contract clause may be introduced with the aim of preventing Tweets from revealing confide
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has agreed new proposals set out by Murdoch.
"Oh come on Paul, it was hardly the entire population of Athens on the streets".
In Britain as in America, the object of training professionals in everything from banking to the media is to produce a class of “managers” who instinctively muffle dissent — even if no one tells them to do so.
BBC cuts are "delicious" for Cameron, except when they're in his constituency.
"We continue to be highly concerned for Urunboy's safety. He suffers from a serious heart condition
As dialogue between the NUJ and BBC continues, strike action is becoming more likely.
BBC Trust chairman believes cuts can be made in other areas to prevent further cuts in their World S
Localism is the focus for new television strategy.
This year's judges will include Gary Barlow, Louis Walsh, Kelly Rowland and Tulisa Contostavlos, but
Exposure series will run alongside Tonight from autumn 2011.
Government request to disseminate state messages would have been "serious breach" of editorial indep
92 per cent of British adults listen to the radio every week, according to survey.
Separate company Newco requires government clearance.
Body admits that inquiry might not have happened were it not for Tomlinson footage.
Osama bin Laden reporters told they need licence and made to leave Abbottabad.
Crawford recently reported from Libya during the rebel uprising.
Complaint that BBC documentary affected England's chances of hosting the 2018 Fifa World Cup is reje
Salary over £300,000 not enough to tempt director position applicants.
Newspaper defends their choice of photos after criticism from Ofcom.
Privacy injunction in 2008 barred reporting of Marr's affair with fellow journalist.
The commission has recently received heavy criticism for its failure to act over the phone hacking s
The ITV show was criticised for sexualised performances in live show, but Ofcom decides they didn't
Britain's Got Talent returns, giving ITV 1 a boost in ratings.
Tim Robbins asks why the modern media serve no better function than shameless courtesans to the powe
National Union of Journalists called on MPs for help to protect the BBC World Service from impeding
The notorious straight-talker may not be returning as show's judge
John Hardie, chief executive of ITN, made close to £700,000 as his company’s accounts showed a £400.
International television festival speech to be delivered for the first time by a leading internet fi
Advertising deals for the show are potentially worth £25m.