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Company claims that new fibre optic service is twice as fast as rival BT's
An Ofcom consultation suggests fees paid by mobile phone networks could quadruple
A spokesman for the drama said the events in the episode were 'acted and directed with great sensitivity'
The number of children with mobile phones has fallen for the first time in eight years - because many prefer to own iPads and other sophisticated tablet devices.
The BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten is set to fight for his career on Monday amid calls for his resignation if he is found to have misled Parliament and speculation that the Government has decided to scrap the Trust altogether.
Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks broke the rules when it broadcast a “violent and shocking” scene where a main character was killed by a speeding train, the media watchdog has found.
The broadcast regulator Ofcom has cleared the way for broadband speeds to be increased by up to ten times on aircraft travelling in the UK.
Engineer recorded birds to show DAB broadcasting could be done on shoestring - with software he downloaded for free
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.
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 wants to offer Sky Sports via YouView set-top boxes but says terms on offer are an abuse of Sky's market dominance
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.
Channel 4 has been criticised for showing a light-hearted advert featuring a couple having sex immediately after a rape scene in a film.
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.
An interview with Patsy Kensit on the ITV Alan Titchmarsh chat show was turned into a gratuitous plug for Weight Watchers, the broadcasting watchdog has ruled.
While they are promoted as freephone, the lines often hit mobile users in the pocket