The Media Column: The magazine has fought a 30-year war of words with America’s highest-profile business figure
Edwards is publicist for The Who and Blondie, and past clients include the Rolling Stones, the Stranglers and the Spice Girls
'We will make a transition from rolling news to streaming news; news in the palm of your hand'
Leaked review identified more than 100 BBC employees who had 'heard about Savile’s sexual conduct'
The creative sector is the fastest-growing part of the nation’s economy
According to Government research, one in 12 UK jobs are in the creative sector, the fastest-growing part of the economy
The network faces a High Court winding up petition brought by a British television company
The film centres on the investigative team of The Boston Globe, which in 2002 tore down a decades-old veil to reveal that the city’s church officials were protecting more than 70 child-abusing priests
Jeremy Duns and Steve Mosby claim Leather created anonymous websites and fake social media accounts to abuse them
Exclusive: Academy Award winner says 'it was a reaction against being glued permanently to my iPhone'
Transformation into multimedia operation is designed to capitalise on high internet profile of programme's presenters
'Today' remains an appointment to listen, and its position as an agenda-setting start to the day is unlikely to wane
The British media stumbles into 2016 with its confidence undermined and its future still in doubt
Coverage of fanaticism eclipses ordinary worshippers of all faiths, says host of new Sunday TV series
Institute of Digital Archaeology (IDA) will recreate the arch in London and New York using the world's largest 3D printer
Eight-part series opens with the ruling coalition thrown into chaos by the death of a party leader after a session with a prostitute