'Emoji embody a core aspect of a digital world that is visually driven, emotionally expressive, and obsessively immediate'
David Abraham says hit dramas and comedies would also become uneconomic if Government proposals go ahead
Exclusive: Traders in the town are turning the tables by copying practices used by companies which pay little or no tax
Professor Hawking, 73, was set to record the prestigious lectures, on the topic of black holes
Unlike Big Brother, there will be no producers seeking to manipulate behaviour or evictions from the remote community
Exclusive: Sky 1 series aims to prove the brightest pets could master the controls of a light aircraft
The adorable Monty the Penguin has been stored in the deep freeze
Each year mega brands vie to make the TV ad that 'owns' Christmas. Adam Sherwin goes behind the scenes as Sky Movies shoots its 2015 contender
Adele's new '25' album is carrying the physical record industry’s Christmas hopes
Collins, who announced his retirement in 2011, is planning his first new studio album since 2002 and a world tour
When actors such as Daniel Craig face endless inane questions to promote films, the result is often anger and sarcasm. Is it time to junk the junket?
The Hunt’s sound engineer Kate Hopkins denied that the tricks amounted to 'fakery'
Five-star reviews of the new release have raised expectations it could match the box office success of Skyfall
If anyone can get cash-tills ringing in a music market suffering a vertiginous decline it is the 27 year-old singer
Sherlock, along with Downton Abbey, is one of the most popular shows in China, its last series recording 98 million views
'The Trust’s referendum guidelines cover all BBC output, not just news and constitutional matters'