The website has more than 10.6 million followers on Facebook, more than double any newspaper brand
The global head of search advertising at the technology giant, talks to Ian Burrell about his ambitions for the UK market and how it is particularly important to his company because of the high per capita online spend
The cuts were part of a savings package announced by Director General Tony Hall
The well-known stand-up clashed with Libby Powell during an on-air interview over anti-gay Biblical passages
Beckham has a stake in MyEye, the British rival to live streaming apps Periscope and Meerkat
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As 'The Voice' moves from BBC to ITV, Ian Burrell considers the path taken by Morecambe & Wise, Adrian Chiles, and Robert Peston
He described breastfeeding as something that was done by women who contribute to Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour
'We need to hear more Midlands voices on TV, radio and on stage'
Labour has described the potential sell-off as 'an ideological firesale'
The 77-year-old animation 'Sleigh Bells' features the first ever Disney character, created by Walt in 1927
Gaming trade body tells Culture minister Ed Vaizey the fast-growing sector could generate a further £1bn a year by 2020
She has become a face for the Disney channel in the UK
Footage will be shot from the stage and the dressing room, and much of it filmed from the band’s phones
Officers from Norway’s PST security service arrived at his home in June and, without a warrant, demanded all his footage
Scotland Yard’s Counter Terrorism Command went to court to obtain an order under the Terrorism Act 2000 after the university declined to hand over a video