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The BBC is to launch five further HD channels today to accompany its digital stations next year.

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Ofcom examines appearance of Islamic cleric Anjem Choudary in TV coverage of Lee Rigby murder

Ofcom has launched an investigation into whether appearances by the radical Islamic cleric Anjem Choudary on BBC, ITV and Channel 4 after the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby were editorially justified.

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Ofcom fines TV channel DM Digital for broadcasting 'duty to kill' speech by Islamic scholar

A television channel has been hit with a hefty fine after broadcasting a speech by an Islamic scholar who said Muslims had “a duty to kill” anyone who insulted the prophet.

Da Kurlzz of Hollywood Undead. Scuzz TV was £10,000 for broadcasting one of the band's videos before 9pm.

Scuzz TV fined £10,000 by Ofcom for broadcasting explicit Hollywood Undead video before the watershed

A music TV channel has been fined £10,000 for broadcasting a video by mask-wearing American band Hollywood Undead, which features images of nudity, drug-taking and homophobic language, before the 9pm watershed.

TV channels fined over Michael Jackson and Milly Dowler claims

Two television channels have been fined a total of £22,500 after they featured psychics making claims about singer Michael Jackson and murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler.

Neville 'Big Nev' Wilshire's staff make 1.5 million unwanted calls a year

The Call Centre boss 'Big Nev' fined £225,000 over nuisance calls

Two companies owned by the BBC’s new reality star Neville “Big Nev” Wilshire – who appears in the fly-on-the-wall documentary The Call Centre – have been fined £225,000 for making nuisance calls.

BT will challenge BSkyB by offering new channels at no extra cost to BT broadband customers

BT vs Sky: Ofcom launches investigation into BSkyB's alleged refusal to share Sky Sports channels on 'fair terms' with rival

BT wants to offer Sky Sports via YouView set-top boxes but says terms on offer are an abuse of Sky's market dominance

31 May 2013: Soldiers lay flowers at the scene of the killing of British soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich, southeast London. The inquest into Rigby's death was opened and adjourned.

Ofcom investigate broadcast of graphic Lee Rigby murder footage after receiving 700 complaints

Ofcom has launched an investigation into the broadcasting of graphic footage from the scene of the murder of soldier Lee Rigby after receiving more than 700 complaints from viewers.

Mobile companies have been given the go-ahead to launch new super-fast phone services in Greater London but experts fear this could disrupt televisions

Viewers face digital TV disruption as 4G mast switch-on begins

Millions of households face interference to their television signal, or could even lose it altogether, as mobile phone companies switch on thousands of 4G masts in the coming weeks.

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Outages leave Three network customers without internet

Subscribers to mobile network 3 have been hit by a network outage this morning, leaving many without internet, though voice and text services remain unaffected.

The Price Drop TV station today: The company behind is found to have consistently made misleading price claims and product descriptions

Company behind Bid and Price Drop shopping channels found to have made misleading price claims and product descriptions

Sit-Up could have its broadcast licence revoked after Advertising Standards Authority asks broadcasting regulator Ofcom to consider sanctions

Channel 4 rapped by watchdog for broadcasting 'sexual' ad directly after 'disturbing rape scene'

Channel 4 has been criticised for showing a light-hearted advert featuring a couple having sex immediately after a rape scene in a film.

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Rowan Atkinson's Archbishop Comic Relief sketch prompts Ofcom investigation after 3,000 complaints

Rowan Atkinson’s Archbishop of Canterbury sketch for Comic Relief is to be formally investigated by Ofcom after it drew more than 3,000 complaints.

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