BBC director-general Tim Davie said the broadcaster has a “different purpose” to streaming services.
BBC director-general Tim Davie has signalled that over-75s will not be threatened with legal action over non-payment of the TV licence fee.
The BBC has unveiled plans to “better reflect” all parts of the UK with more programmes made outside of London and a soap set in the North of England on the cards.
The BBC has announced plans to “better reflect” all parts of the UK.
The BBC has set out how it plans to meet the diversity and inclusion workforce targets it announced last year.
BBC director-general Tim Davie has endorsed a statement from Woman’s Hour which says the programme will “reflect” on concerns raised by an interview with a prominent female Muslim.
The boss of the BBC has criticised China for its moves to block the broadcaster’s global news coverage, saying that “media freedom matters”.
The BBC has launched a new online resource to help people manage their mental health during the pandemic.
The BBC has warned that it might need to make “difficult choices” that impact its programmes and services if the corporation is forced to tighten its belt further.
Anti-monarchy group Republic has called for the BBC’s groundbreaking documentary about the royal family, which briefly resurfaced on the internet, to be released.
The BBC has spent more than £1 million on legal fees fighting equal pay and race discrimination cases brought by staff, it has been disclosed.
The problem posed by disinformation online is “increasingly serious”, the BBC’s director-general has said.
People from working class backgrounds are often depicted negatively and are the object of ridicule on TV, a BBC report has said.
BBC director-general Tim Davie has warned of the “human cost” of disinformation amid conspiracy theories about coronavirus vaccines.
Film-maker Sir Steve McQueen has criticised the BBC for not reacting fast enough to a news report which contained a racist term.
The BBC has announced plans to increase its radio output in the north of England and the Midlands over the winter months.
Gary Lineker says he has spoken to the BBC’s director-general Tim Davie “quite a few times in recent weeks” and that he is “perfectly happy” with his conduct on social media.
The BBC has said it will pay for TV licences for some over-75s in Guernsey, Sark, Jersey and the Isle of Man who receive Government financial support.
James Purnell, the BBC’s radio and music chief, has quit the broadcaster.
BBC programme-makers have been asked to monitor the ethnicity and disability representation of on-screen contributors.
BBC boss Tim Davie says the broadcaster has more to do to connect with all viewers.
The BBC’s new director-general has said the BBC will not automatically suspend TV licence fee charges for the over-75s in the event of a second lockdown.
The BBC’s director-general has defended the salaries of its top stars Gary Lineker and Zoe Ball.
The new director-general of the BBC has said the corporation’s “local and regional footprint” is “a critical part of our future”.
Twenty gender discrimination cases are outstanding at the BBC, the new director-general has said.
The BBC’s new director-general has defended the corporation’s stance on introducing means-testing for TV licences for the over-75s.
BBC presenters’ use of social media to express political views became “out of control”, a former Radio 4 boss has said.
BBC Three’s audience has “collapsed” since the channel went digital-only, a report has said.
The BBC’s new director-general has warned staff over their use of social media, saying sharing their opinions online could harm the broadcaster’s reputation for impartiality.
The BBC’s new chief has suggested there could be a cull of content at the broadcaster.