The Duke of Cambridge has accused social media giants of being “on the back foot” when it comes to fighting issues like cyber-bullying, fake news, and hate speech.
The BBC must extend the work of its teams assembled to debunk deliberately misleading and false stories in the battle against fake news, the director-general has said.
Former politician and broadcaster Trevor Phillips has said he was “complicit” in workplace harassment of young women.
Media minister Jeremy Wright will call for strong public broadcasting after “blatant disinformation” in the wake of the Salisbury incident.
Free TV licence fees for over-75s are to be reviewed, the BBC has confirmed.
The BBC has published a landmark report on career progression for its employees of black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, in a drive for “substantial culture change”.
The BBC brings more to the communities across the UK than just programmes and broadcasting, the corporation’s director general will say.
BBC stars have signed an open letter calling for “full pay transparency” at the corporation.
British public service broadcasters are in a “David versus Goliath” fight for their future, the director general of the BBC Tony Hall is to warn.
BBC director-general Tony Hall has said the corporation did not discriminate against former China editor Carrie Gracie over her gender when it paid her less than men doing similar jobs.
BBC director-general Tony Hall will appear before MPs as the corporation faces further scrutiny over gender pay inequality.
BBC director general Tony Hall has hailed the merging of BBC Worldwide with the existing BBC Studios as a move that will make programming processes “simpler and more efficient”.
Regional radio can help fight the rise of fake news, the BBC’s director-general Lord Hall has said as he called off funding cuts for stations.