Channel 4 will repay the Government around £1.5 million it received in furlough payments after finding itself in a “robust financial position”.
Former Labour politician James Purnell has been named as the front-runner to succeed Lord Tony Hall as Director-General of the BBC.
Channel 4 is launching its first ever menopause policy, in a bid to normalise the “taboo” subject.
The chief executive of Channel 4 has said that Britain’s public service broadcasters (PSBs) must be protected because they provide a “vital counterweight” to the threat of the “tech behemoths”.
The chief executive of Channel 4 has suggested broadcasters called Brexit wrong and misjudged the strength of feeling outside London.
Channel 4’s boss has hailed the importance of having a strong ecology for public service broadcasters (PSBs) in the face of competition from streaming giants.
Channel 4 has confirmed that around 90% of its outgoing London workforce will seek redundancy rather than move to Leeds.
The audience for Channel 4 News has dropped with the broadcaster blaming “Brexit fatigue” for the fall.
An advertising ban before the 9pm watershed may mean promotions for products like olive oil and chutney would not be able to air during daytime programmes with mainly adult audiences, Channel 4’s chief executive has said.
Channel 4 chief executive Alex Mahon has said it is “unacceptable” that the channel has a gender pay gap of 28.6%.