Local newspapers are in line to receive a tax break after the Chancellor announced a consultation on the proposal.
Media power in Britain must not be allowed to fall into “too few hands”, the retiring head of Ofcom has warned – as he accused government representatives of showing favouritism to Rupert Murdoch’s companies.
The head of religious programmes at the BBC has complained that a lack of diversity and religious literacy at the top of British public service television is letting down modern audiences.
Jeremy Lloyd, one of Britain’s most successful television comedy writers and the co-creator of the hit sitcoms Are You Being Served? and ’Allo ’Allo! has died aged 84.
While everyone looked to digital technology for the breakthrough that would transform news reporting in 2014, no one imagined that the key tools might be plastic gloves, face masks and a throwaway full-body bio-hazard suit.
The controller of BBC Radio 4 has appealed to the public and her BBC colleagues to recognise her network as a "modern" station as she unveiled a new collaboration with TED, the ideas-based conference organisation.
Alan Rusbridger, editor-in-chief of The Guardian, is to stand down from his current role at Guardian Media Group in the summer.
Alan Yentob has accused The Sun newspaper of running a negative campaign against spendthrift BBC bosses as a calculated “swipe back” at Panorama’s recent expose of Mazher “Fake Sheikh” Mahmood, The Sun on Sunday investigative reporter.
BBC Three is to axe reality TV shows such as Don’t Tell the Bride and Snog, Marry, Avoid in favour of “harder-hitting” programmes when the channel moves online.
Do Britain’s telecom companies need to reinvent themselves as media companies? It is not such a strange suggestion given how fast things are suddenly changing in the mobile and broadband industry.
“It’s like football clubs. No one is bigger than the club,” said Mr Cohen
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