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Prepare for a 'very new commission [on BBC1] to break the mould'
Once the self-proclaimed 'Saviour of Radio1', he is hoping to revive not only the rebranded Xfm, but his own career too
The media regulator instructed RT to broadcast two on-air statements after finding its reporting of the conflicts in Syria and Ukraine was not impartial
It's the biggest story of the day, but if you only followed the BBC's coverage you wouldn't even know it had happened
Sir David Clementi will oversee review after criticism of BBC Trust model
Once our favourite TV format – think the weekly vote-off of 'Strictly', 'X-Factor' and 'The Apprentice'– contest shows are failing to win over young viewers, and television bosses are holding crisis talks. Peter Bazalgette tells Ian Burrell why they need to think outside the box
After surprising everyone with his reinstatement of Rebekah Brooks in the UK, the News Corp boss is now relaunching the Wall Street Journal’s international editions and taking on the FT on its home turf. Media Editor Ian Burrell reports
The organisation’s proudest claims relate to being the best on the global stage
Lord Hall wants shows to be available to watch 'all at once' like US series
Scotland’s best-known tennis coach – and Andy Murray’s mother – wants to see a radical revision of sports education in schools
The man charged with keeping our charities in check stands accused of being part of a right-wing conspiracy
Brooks is back in the same role she quit five years ago
Reporting is a key strategic battleground for governments around the world
'It would be great if the BBC did a satire show, but they’re nervous and satire is all about rocking the boat'
A group of escapees will be 'hunted' by cyber and security experts
Hour-long film will explore working partnership between the show's writers