Jackie Bird, one of Scotland’s best-known broadcasters, has presented her final news bulletin for the BBC.
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.
BBC veteran Michael Buerk has said the broadcaster is increasingly excluding working-class talent in favour of “gilded youth”.
The SNP’s Mhairi Black has revealed how a pro-UK campaigner in the Scottish independence referendum threw a Bovril cube at her.
BritBox, announced by BBC and ITV, is expected to launch later this year.
Sir Philip Green allegedly groped a female executive, paying her more than £1 million to stay quiet, and mocked a male employee’s dreadlocks, the Daily Telegraph reported after the businessman dropped legal action against the newspaper.
Details of allegations against Sir Philip Green are set to be revealed after his legal action against The Daily Telegraph was formally brought to an end at the High Court.
Sir Philip Green’s legal action against the Daily Telegraph has been formally brought to an end by a High Court judge.
Scrapping free TV licences for the over 75s would increase pensioner poverty, former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned.
A “simple human error” by BBC producers made it appear as if Theresa May was travelling to Brussels in a fleet of Second World War bombers to reopen negotiations with the EU.
Topshop owner Sir Philip Green is seeking damages over being named in Parliament as the businessman behind an injunction against the Daily Telegraph.
Commercial wings of the BBC are making a profit and honouring public service commitments but there are concerns for the future of international news, according to a report.
Fiona Bruce kept shtum when she found herself in the news after landing the job as Question Time host.
BBC newsreader and Antiques Roadshow presenter Fiona Bruce has reportedly been offered the job of hosting Question Time.
More than 7,000 people across the UK are still watching television in black and white, more than 50 years after the advent of colour programming.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says “grotesque” and ongoing unfairness in pay at the BBC is offensive.
The BBC’s flagship Question Time programme is to be broadcast from Holyrood next month, making it the first UK legislature to host the long-running show.
TV Licensing has defended plans to spend at least £1.7 million of BBC licence fee payers’ money on external PR agencies to promote the annual charge.
News articles from trusted publishers are set to appear at the top of YouTube when news stories are breaking.
Broadcaster and radio presenter Eddie Mair is leaving the BBC after more than 30 years at the corporation.
The first ever Director of BBC England has been appointed by the corporation in a bid to better serve the UK’s regions.
Channel 4 is offering £1 million of free airtime for an advertising campaign which challenges the “stereotypes, objectification and sexualisation of women”.
Game of Thrones, Disney films and hit singles have all been responsible for a surge in certain baby names over the past few decades.
Culture Secretary Matt Hancock warned of the “corrosive” culture of fake news as he announced the Government’s review into the sustainability of high-quality journalism would be led by Dame Frances Cairncross.
A fake news “vaccine” has been launched in the form of an online game that aims to make people misinformation-savvy by revealing the tricks used by media truth-twisters.
Google’s attempts to tackle annoying adverts online have taken a step up with the launch of a new ad-filtering feature for its web browser Chrome.
The BBC has appointed Fran Unsworth as its new director of news and current affairs, replacing James Harding.
Bullying and sexual harassment is prevalent across the TV industry, a report has found.