The BBC is calling for businesses to help fund local journalism and “hold those in power to account”.
Lord Tony Hall
Some viewers are concerned that the BBC gives too much coverage to “extreme” viewpoints, Ofcom has said.
Naga Munchetty has been exonerated after a tense interview with Harvey Proctor prompted fresh complaints against the BBC Breakfast presenter.
BBC bosses have promised a total transformation of the iPlayer to compete with streaming giants.
June Sarpong has been appointed by the BBC to make the broadcaster “more inclusive”.
Naga Munchetty has been thanked on-air for her comments on Donald Trump.
Naga Munchetty was tight-lipped on her return to BBC Breakfast after becoming the centre of a media storm over her comments on Donald Trump.
Minority staff and presenters at the BBC have been told by the corporation not to join in any form of protest supporting presenter Naga Munchetty, it is reported.
The BBC is facing a growing backlash over a decision to rebuke Naga Munchetty, with Sir Lenny Henry, Gina Yashere and Adrian Lester among the latest to criticise the corporation.
Ofcom will assess the case of BBC presenter Naga Munchetty after she was reprimanded by her employers for criticising Donald Trump.
BBC bosses have said they are not impartial on racism after the decision to rebuke Naga Munchetty for criticising Donald Trump provoked a fierce backlash.
Lord Tony Hall has said that politicians should submit to long-form interviews so they can be “quizzed at length” about their policies.
The BBC plans to stage a nationwide roll-out of a new scheme promoting the UK’s up-and-coming storytellers, poets and writers.
Lord Tony Hall has said the television industry is about to enter “a second wave of disruption” because of new entrants in the streaming market.
Hans Zimmer has been commissioned by the BBC to compose a piece supporting music education.
Two Call The Midwife talents have been bestowed with honorary degrees.
BBC director-general Lord Tony Hall has said the world is in the grip of the biggest attack on truth since the 1930s.
The BBC wants a Netflix-style algorithm for public service broadcasting.
BBC bosses have said shouldering the cost of over 75s licence fees stemmed from Conservative austerity.
A new group will monitor diversity at the BBC to ensure the broadcaster represents “stories, faces and voices” from all UK communities.
The BBC is looking to “change the world” with a £300 million deal to form a “natural history Netflix”.
The BBC may cover tax costs for presenters left in financial trouble after they were “forced” into new pay arrangements.
Greg James has said he will use his platform to promote the cause of gender equality and diversity at the BBC.
The BBC is launching a “timely” series of programmes encouraging people to cross political divides in a polarised world.
Belgian officials are lobbying for a BBC move to Brussels after Brexit, the director-general has revealed.
BBC director general Lord Tony Hall has admitted his staff were given no choice but to take employment without sick pay or maternity leave, which left top talent facing massive tax bills.
Broadcasters and ministers have committed to doubling the number of disabled people involved in television by 2020 to make the industry “more inclusive”.
BBC journalists will be heading back to school in a bid to tackle fake news.
The BBC’s director of news and current affairs James Harding is to stand down from the role after five years.