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.
The Conservative MP argues Ofcom did not understand his complaint.
Culture minister claims the deal will increase the diversity of the British media.
Gun attack at local council meeting leaves freelance dead.
The decision could come from the company's new chief creative officer as part of an effort to focus
How can the anti-cuts movement break through the media’s short attention span?
The Broadcaster will inject extra licence-fee money to reduce the scheme's £1.1bn deficit, over an 1
Former Independent journalist, Diane Coyle, to work on setting BBC strategy and budgets
Sky, BBC and ITV to collect awards.
Director General, Mark Thompson unveils proposals to reduce spending.
What has turned out to be an application for funding from the state department infuriates US broadca
Amnesty International calls for journalists' release.
NBC News claim CBS are considering re-employing Charlie Sheen.
The BBC is to recieve a six-figure sum from the US.
The rules could help stop organisations like News Corp growing in dominance.
Guardian correspondent Ghaith Abdul-Ahad was released after two weeks of being held without charges
Mismanagement of under-performing staff and erroneous "unpredictability" allowances cost millions fo
Shareholders are sueing Rupert Murdoch's firm for nepotistic actions.
Now the waves have receded, the media are using the Fukushima nuclear plant to ramp up the fear fact
ITV1's drama series' producer describer his show as “the last bastion of Englishness”, refusing to i
The BBC will not close the digital radio station, but will cut its budget by half.
An Al Jazeera cameraman has been killed in Libya, reportedly by forces loyal to Gadaffi.
Future to attract craft enthusiasts with new 100 page magazine.
BBC program unveils involvment of more of the tabloid's senior staff in illegal activities
The actor has brutalised the women in his life for years, but the global press is more scandalised by his drug habit.
After being fired, Sheen takes Warner Brothers to court over lost earnings.