A new competition regime designed to rein in the dominance and power of platforms such as Google and Facebook has been announced.
Cutting letter deliveries from six to five days a week would save Royal Mail up to £225 million a year and still meet the needs of most residential and smaller business customers, according to new research.
Older viewers’ satisfaction with the BBC is showing “signs of waning” for the first time, a report by the TV watchdog has said.
Ofcom has called on the TV and radio industry to “look beyond London” after its annual diversity report showed there is still a gap in representation.
A ban on mobile phone companies selling handsets “locked” to a network will make switching provider easier for consumers next year.
Mobile phone companies are to be banned from selling devices which are “locked” into specific networks, the communications regulator has ruled.
Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has dismissed more than 3,000 complaints about Britain’s Got Talent contestant Nabil Abdulrashid, citing “freedom of expression” as a reason not to investigate.
Ofcom has launched an investigation into BT’s compliance with its obligations as a broadband universal service provider.
Ofcom has upheld a complaint against Newsnight over the broadcast of images which appeared to show the murdered journalist Lyra McKee in her dying moments.
MPs have called for “transparency” in top broadcasting appointments after the Government faced accusations of “interfering” in the process.
The new BBC chairman must be a “strong, big person” who can hold the broadcaster to account, a Cabinet minister has said, as the Government faced accusations of “interfering” in the appointment process.
A former editor of the Daily Mail has been tipped to become chairman of the broadcast regulator Ofcom.
Media regulator Ofcom will consider the “market position” of BBC Sounds following concerns from commercial radio.
Ofcom has received more than 1,900 complaints over an episode of Britain’s Got Talent which saw Alesha Dixon wear a Black Lives Matter necklace.
Ashley Banjo said his dance group Diversity have “never been prouder”, following ITV’s support for their performance of a routine inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement.
Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom will not investigate Diversity’s routine on Britain’s Got Talent, saying it did not “consider” the performance to be racist.
Britain’s Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon says she became emotional watching Diversity’s performance on the show.
Ashley Banjo has addressed the number of complaints against Diversity’s performance on Britain’s Got Talent, as it nears becoming the most complained about TV moment of the decade.
Broadcast television viewing surged during lockdown, with more people tuning in for longer periods of time, but the boost was only fleeting, a new report has said.
The BBC is likely to rely more heavily on repeats as a result of the pandemic, TV watchdog Ofcom has said.
The BBC has been given the green light to axe Newsround’s afternoon TV slot as audiences for its bulletins on the small screen continued to fall in lockdown.
A community radio station hopes to expand its listenership when it launches on digital radio for the first time.
Susanna Reid has apologised on air for the “fruity language” used by a guest on Good Morning Britain.
Ofcom has ruled against China Global Television Network over its coverage of protests in Hong Kong.
BBC Three could return as a linear channel as part of the broadcaster’s efforts to focus on younger audiences – with BBC Four airing more repeats.
The BBC is exploring the possibility of launching BBC Four as a global subscription service outside of the UK, it has been announced.
Harry Potter star Miriam Margolyes has sparked more than 240 complaints after saying she wanted Boris Johnson “to die” from coronavirus.
Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan has been cleared by TV watchdog Ofcom for his “combative” interviews with government ministers amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Ofcom’s decision to prioritise investigations into comments made by Eamonn Holmes and David Icke about coronavirus has been welcomed by the chairman of a committee of MPs.
Eamonn Holmes has attempted to “clarify” his comments on 5G technology and coronavirus – as Ofcom said it would urgently assess hundreds of complaints about his remarks.