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Subscription video service accounts for a third of US and Canadian internet traffic in the evenings — but it’s yet to catch on as well in Europe

Mark Thomas claims he and others were spied on by a little-known Scotland Yard unit

Comedian Mark Thomas to sue Met Police over ‘snooping’

The Metropolitan Police is being sued by the television presenter Mark Thomas and five other journalists who claim they were unlawfully snooped on by a little-known Scotland Yard unit dedicated to “domestic extremism”.

Serial podcast needs cash for second season, despite being one of most popular shows ever

Apple said podcast was fastest-downloaded ever this week, but still needs money to make second season about a different story

Channel 4 has been accused of exploiting the

'Skint' new series: Channel 4 accused of chasing ratings with 'poverty tourism' shows

The broadcaster has been accused of exploiting the poor

Serial podcast smashes iTunes records, but success brings family backlash

This American Life spin-off’s success criticised by brother of murder victim at heart of show

Simon Cumbers was killed in a shooting in the Saudi capital Riyadh, in 2004

Family of BBC cameraman murdered in Saudi terror attack regret killer's death sentence

Simon Cumbers died while filming near Riyadh in 2004

David Abraham has been at the helm of Channel 4 since 2010

David Abraham interview: My baby, the sexy love child of Stephen Hawking and Steve Jobs

The James Ashton Interview: Channel 4’s chief executive is proud of that description of his broadcaster – and a passionate defender of its place in the increasingly atomised and Americanised world of digital television

Tony Jordan, award-winning writer

With the UK film industry booming, the BBC's blockbuster Dickensian has nowhere to film

Exclusive: Epic production might be forced to eastern Europe

Revelation TV moved outside Ofcom’s jurisdiction in 2010

Revelation TV: Britain’s first televangelist station facing investigation into misuse of funds

Charity Commission received complaints the station was being used for 'private advantage'

Dapper Laughs found success through the video app Vine

Dapper Laughs ITV show cancelled over vlogger's 'rape comedy routine'

Dapper Laughs found success through the video app Vine

BBC Radio 1's Newsbeat bulletin has been rapped for breaching broadcasting rules after airing an interview with Isis fighter Kabir Ahmed, in which he boasted that waging war in the Middle East was 'fun' and better than playing the violent video game Call Of Duty

BBC's Newsbeat reprimanded for letting Isis fighter compare jihad to Call of Duty

Youth news show criticised by BBC Trust

BBC warns of China's 'direct threat' to the future of the World Service

State-funded China Central Television (CCTV) is using its wealth of resources to undermine other international networks

The channel will kick off with music from Taylor Swift

Radio 1 takes on video rivals MTV and YouTube with permanent channel on BBC iPlayer

Youth music station’s transition follows five years of testing the online water

The mistake was broadcast for a full 50 seconds on CNN before it could be corrected

CNN reports that the Navy Seal who 'shot Osama bin Laden' actually killed Obama

'Some intern is definitely getting fired'

Camilla Mankabady was the programme editor of ‘BBC News at Ten’

Camilla Mankabady: Another top female journalist quits BBC to join ITV

Ms Mankabady was the programme editor of ‘BBC News at Ten’

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Bradley Cooper is terrific
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Fashion's Cher moment

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Fifa President Sepp Blatter warns his opponents: 'I forgive everyone, but I don't forget'

'I forgive everyone, but I don't forget'

Fifa president Sepp Blatter issues defiant warning to opponents
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Extreme summer temperatures will soon cause deaths of up to 1,700 more Britons a year, says government report
LSD: Speaking to volunteer users of the drug as trials get underway to see if it cures depression and addiction

High hopes for LSD

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German soldier who died fighting for UK in Battle of Waterloo should be removed from museum display and given dignified funeral, say historians

Saving Private Brandt

A Belgian museum's display of the skeleton of a soldier killed at Waterloo prompts calls for him to be given a dignified funeral