A film marking 50 years since the Stonewall uprising will make its television debut on Channel 4 tonight.
ITV will host a head-to-head debate between Conservative leadership candidates Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt.
Jamie Oliver is to lift the lid on his personal life and talk about the collapse of his restaurant chain in a new one-off documentary.
Cricket could win back a significant number of fans if the World Cup final is shown live on free-to-air television in the United Kingdom, claimed a leading media research analyst.
Top Gear’s launch episode with new presenters Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff and Paddy McGuinness pulled in an average overnight audience of 2.5 million viewers, the BBC has said.
Sir Lenny Henry has said UK broadcasters need a safe space for minorities to vent their feelings without “fearing the noose”.
Channel 4 will launch a raft of content on social media platforms to attract a “new generation” of viewers.
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.
Peers will hear evidence from Sir Lenny Henry about diversity in the TV industry.
Jo Joyner has said Channel 4 school drama Ackley Bridge will become more gritty.
Contenders in the race to replace Theresa May will take part in a TV debate just hours after finding out if they have survived the second round of voting by their colleagues.
David Tennant will star in new Channel 4 drama Deadwater Fell.
Linford Christie will take part in a new Channel 4 series tackling the stigma facing people who cannot swim.
Harry Hill will be joining Prue Leith in the tent for Junior Bake Off.
Channel 4 has called for better representation of the LGBT community in TV advertising.
Emma Willis has signed up to host Channel 4 reality show The Circle.
Wayne Bridge has been crowned the winner of the first celebrity series of SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Channel 4 has said it hopes broadcasting the inaugural season of the all-female W Series motor racing championship could be the first step towards a female Formula One champion.
Lisa McGee’s hit comedy Derry Girls will return to Channel 4 for a third series.
Russell Brand’s graphic “vagina” cookie creation on The Great Celebrity Bake Off has avoided an Ofcom investigation.
Kirstie Allsopp has poked fun at herself for sitting in economy class with her children on a plane.
Channel 4 is in talks to open a national headquarters inside a former nightclub and historic cinema in Leeds city centre.
Channel 4 News said it “regrets” any offence caused by Jon Snow’s “unscripted observation” after the veteran journalist said he had “never seen so many white people in one place” during a live broadcast.
Joe Lycett has said that the LGBT community has had a problem with communication online.
Ofcom has rejected hundreds of complaints against the Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland.
Campaigners behind posters proclaiming Michael Jackson’s innocence have criticised the decision to remove their adverts from London buses.
Jon Snow has said management at media companies should be shamed into ensuring equal pay for women.
Channel 4 has called for action to make public service broadcasters easy to find for viewers.
Former Oliver! actor Mark Lester has defended his late friend Michael Jackson over allegations that he sexually abused children.