Ofcom has said it will not take action against Capital Xtra over claims that one of the radio station’s DJs asked for payments of £200 to play songs on his weekly show.
Big tech firms are “on notice”, the Culture Secretary has warned as the UK’s new digital regulator gets started on its mission to curb market dominance.
A new technology regulator created to rein in the dominance of tech giants has swung into action, looking first at how codes of conduct could work.
Religious satellite TV channel Loveworld has been fined £125,000 after it aired unsubstantiated conspiracy theories about coronavirus.
Communications regulator Ofcom has announced plans to open a new technology hub in Manchester – creating up to 150 new jobs by 2025.
Piers Morgan returned to the Good Morning Britain studio to clear out his office after quitting the show earlier this month.
A third of people who use video-sharing platforms (VSPs) have seen hateful content in the last three months, Ofcom has found.
Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has announced it is not pursuing a complaint against the BBC over a news report which contained a racist term.
The first areas targeted for a £5 billion broadband upgrade have been revealed, with work to start in 2022.
BT has confirmed plans to spend £12 billion rolling out full-fibre broadband to 20 million homes in the UK no later than the end of the decade, following the publication of new rules by Ofcom.
Piers Morgan’s comments about the Duchess of Sussex’s interview with Oprah Winfrey have led to the highest number of complaints in the TV regulator’s history.
The UK’s biggest mobile operators have committed to pay more than £1.3 billion in the first stage of latest bidding for airwaves for 5G networks.
Smart TV manufacturers who fail to make iPlayer prominent and easily accessible could be fined £250,000, according to proposals from the BBC.
Instagram is to restrict the ability of adults to contact teenagers who do not follow them on the platform as part of new safety tools aimed at protecting younger users.
The Duchess of Sussex has made a formal complaint to Ofcom about Piers Morgan after he dismissed her account of suffering suicidal thoughts and experiencing racism at the hands of the royal family.
The chairman of BT has announced that he plans to quit the telecoms giant once a replacement has been found.
A BBC executive has called on supporters of the TV licence to “stand up for it more strongly than ever”.
Mobile provider O2 has been fined £10.5 million by Ofcom for failing to provide customers with accurate bills.
China has threatened to retaliate after British regulators stripped its state TV channel of its UK broadcasting licence, a decision based on technical issues but rooted in complaints about its role in persecuting critics of the ruling Communist Party.
China’s state-owned broadcaster has had its licence to broadcast in the UK withdrawn.
Switching broadband provider could become quicker and simpler under new rules proposed by Ofcom.
More than one in six households are struggling to afford broadband during the third lockdown according to a poll, amid warnings that the poorest are being “locked out” of key services.
More than 120 mobile phone masts will be built in Scotland to improve coverage in rural areas.
Ashley Banjo has defended Rufus Hound after the Dancing On Ice contestant took aim at the Government over its stance on free school meals.
Ofcom has received 341 complaints about last weekend’s episode of Dancing On Ice, with the majority made about celebrity contestant Rufus Hound.
Religious satellite television channel Loveworld breached broadcasting rules when it aired unsubstantiated conspiracy theories about coronavirus, Ofcom has ruled.
Ofcom has received more than 200 complaints about Channel 4’s digitally created “deepfake” version of the Queen’s speech.
TV shows will face new rules on looking after participants following scrutiny over Love Island and Jeremy Kyle’s programme.
The TV broadcasting watchdog is looking into the Emily Maitlis monologue row.
Streaming services such as Netflix could provide public service content in future, the TV regulator has said, amid an uncertain future for traditional broadcasters,