Row began after BBC Breakfast's Dan Walker assumed the old sofa position of departing presenter Bill Turnbull
The public liked him a great deal and, when his appeal was its peak, his shows achieved audiences of 20 million
'PJ Harvey is to music what Piers Morgan is to cable news'
Walker is presenting from the spot previously occupied by Bill Turnbull, which is often seeen as signalling seniority
The channel’s controller Kay Benbow says the CBeebies audience could benefit from hearing the words of the Bard
Lord Grade was CEO of Channel 4 for ten years until 1997 and has said it could become a 'media powerhouse' in private hands
The future of British TV is uncertain if the BBC is allowed to diminish in comparison to Netflix
Advertising guru calls on tech giants to 'come in under the tent' to reform how online advertising is measured
'Four million Sun readers have gone on holiday courtesy of us over the past five years'
The Media Column: Boris Johnson and David Cameron have a deep instictive understanding of the workings of the press
The media will take into account the views of their powerful owners. But they will also weigh the instincts of their audience – and that’s where some intriguing dichotomies arise
'Every new person we bring up here thinks it’s still a couple of guys sitting in a bedroom'
The report says some junior and middle-ranking staff were aware of Savile's 'inappropriate sexual behaviour'
Introduction of 5G technology could happen as early as 2018 and would offer mobile Internet speeds capable of downloading an entire film in five seconds
Media Column: Pressure is on BBC Worldwide to improve on record £227m it handed to BBC programme-makers last year
Study of 251 venues and 135 festivals finds majority fail to provide adequete information for people with disabilities