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Presenters of Radio 4's Today programme are not too aggressive, the BBC's governing body said today.

BBC's IT efficiency project to cost £10.7m

An IT project intended to increase BBC efficiency will cost the corporation more than £10 million, according to a National Audit Office (NAO) report.

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A strike by journalists in protest at proposed changes to the BBC pension scheme is set to cripple the Corporation's news programming today with shows including Radio 4's Today and BBC2's Newsnight taken off the air.

BBC journalists' pension strike threatens programming

Thousands of BBC journalists will go on strike tomorrow in a row over pensions, threatening disruption to radio and TV programmes.

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BBC: Freeze on licence fee is an 'act of cultural vandalism'

The Government's decision to freeze the BBC licence fee for six years and cut the corporation's budget by 16 per cent is an "act of cultural and political vandalism", the former Culture Secretary Ben Bradshaw said last night.

Mary Dejevsky: What is the BBC World Service for?

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Gunman takes hostages at Discovery Channel HQ

A man upset with the Discovery Channel's environmental programming took several people hostage at the company's headquarters today, officials said.

Crozier draws up strategy to make ITV 'fit for purpose'

ITV's chief executive, Adam Crozier, and chairman, Archie Norman, have presented their vision of a network more in step with 21st-century broadcasting

Ofcom unveils product placement plans for TV in UK

The UK media watchdog paved the way for the introduction of product placement on TV yesterday, after unveiling a series of proposals to govern the move and launching a consultation with the market.

Digital revenues save C4 in worst-ever ads market

Channel Four said it had survived the worst advertising downturn since it was launched in 1982 by slashing costs and bringing in record profits at its digital media operation.

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