Guardian journalist Ghaith Abdul-Ahad released
By Press Gazette - 17 March 13:53

Guardian correspondent Ghaith Abdul-Ahad was released after two weeks of being held without charges

Internal report reveals "poor staff management" costs BBC £80m a year
By Francisco Perez - 17 March 13:41

Mismanagement of under-performing staff and erroneous "unpredictability" allowances cost millions fo

News Corp to be sued
By Liam McLaughlin - 17 March 11:24

Shareholders are sueing Rupert Murdoch's firm for nepotistic actions.

After the tsunami, slow news day syndrome
By Steven Baxter - 15 March 12:31

Now the waves have receded, the media are using the Fukushima nuclear plant to ramp up the fear fact

Midsomer Murders producer suspended for diversity remarks
By Francisco Perez - 15 March 11:58

ITV1's drama series' producer describer his show as “the last bastion of Englishness”, refusing to i

BBC Asian Network safe for now
By Liam McLaughlin - 15 March 10:54

The BBC will not close the digital radio station, but will cut its budget by half.

Libya: Al Jazeera journalist killed, Guardian man still held
By Dominic Ponsford - 15 March 10:37

An Al Jazeera cameraman has been killed in Libya, reportedly by forces loyal to Gadaffi.

Future to launch new craft magazine in May
By Press Gazette - 15 March 10:34

Future to attract craft enthusiasts with new 100 page magazine.

BBC to reveal further details on News of The World scandal
By Francisco Perez - 14 March 11:58

BBC program unveils involvment of more of the tabloid's senior staff in illegal activities

Charlie Sheen's problem with women
By Laurie Penny - 13 March 13:01

The actor has brutalised the women in his life for years, but the global press is more scandalised by his drug habit.

Charlie Sheen sues Warner Brothers
By Liam McLaughlin - 11 March 11:15

After being fired, Sheen takes Warner Brothers to court over lost earnings.

Lord Patten refuses to relinquish Tory membership
By Liam McLaughlin - 11 March 10:59

Lord Chris Patten will maintain his political affiliations upon becoming Chairman of the BBC.

David Mannion steps down as ITV News editor-in-chief
By Press Gazette - 11 March 10:38

ITN chief executive pays tribute to "force of nature" after nearly a decade in the job.

BBC plan to replace local stations with Radio 5 Live, NUJ
By Press Gazette - 11 March 10:37

The decision comes on the back of BBC cost cutting initiatives.

New Question Time editor named
By Liam McLaughlin - 10 March 13:16

Nicolai Gentchev will be BBC1's new Question Time editor.

Conservative UK Film Council plan criticised
By Liam McLaughlin - 10 March 11:53

Jeremy Hunt has come under fire for careless decisions.

Is Auntie scared of the C-word?
By Steven Baxter - 09 March 15:14

No, not that word, but “cut”.

Lily Allen: "Don't watch my show"
By New Statesman - 09 March 13:34

Singer's Twitter appeal.

Crozier earns £1.7m since joining ITV
By James Preston - 09 March 10:31

Broadcaster's chief executive gains substantial bonus after bumper year for advertising revenue.

Conservative peer asked to reduce business activities before joining the BBC
By Liam McLaughlin - 09 March 10:30

The request comes as Lord Patten prepares to take up a position as BBC Chairman.

Charlie Sheen fired from Two and a Half Men
By Liam McLaughlin - 08 March 11:21

After weeks of controversy, Warner Brothers have sacked star Charlie Sheen.

Prescott to present shipping forecast
By James Preston - 07 March 11:21

Twitter joke leads to guest slot in support of Red Nose Day.

Fox News star Glenn Beck could be facing the axe
By Liam McLaughlin - 07 March 10:32

According to the New York Times, Glenn Beck's future at Fox is under scrutiny.

Shareholders may push up BSkyB price
By James Preston - 07 March 10:15

Investors may place a 950p per share valuation on the broadcaster, as News Corp attempts to complete

Three in four news journalists are men, study finds
By Press Gazette - 04 March 12:08

Report finds gender bias in journalism jobs.

STV joins Channel 6 TV bid
By James Preston - 03 March 12:08

11 companies bid for new Freeview channel.

ITV: "Daybreak underperformed"
By Susannah Butter - 03 March 11:25

Hosts Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley have not drawn as many viewers as GMTV.

Murdoch wins again
By George Eaton - 03 March 10:00

The News Corp head is now free to create a £6.4bn media giant.

Coalition cuts advertising spending
By James Preston - 02 March 10:42

Freeze on advertising budget saved £133m over a nine month period.

Channel 6 bidders explain why Local TV will work
By Dominic Ponsford - 02 March 10:23

Bidding begins for licence to run new UK Local TV network