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The BBC has defended its coverage of the birth of the royal baby after viewers complained it was excessive and biased towards the Royal Family.
The BBC has defended its coverage of the royal baby after viewers complained there was too much of it and it was too unbalanced in favour of the Royal Family.
Half of all-female jury ‘thought George Zimmerman was guilty but were talked out of it’
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.
Larry King, the veteran American broadcaster, is to host a political talk show on Russia Today, the Kremlin-funded television channel.
The channel hopes to create 'shareable, emotionally compelling video content for a highly-mobile, video-driven generation'
Terror experts said that the murder is a "departure" from previous attacks and represents a "new round of terror threats in this country".
James Harding, the incoming Director of News at the BBC, has admitted his discomfort at the lack of women broadcasters on the BBC's bulletins and has promised to address the issue as a priority.
Tony Hall, the new BBC Director-General, has pledged to end a culture of excessive redundancy payments for executives and promised that he will not accept a pay-off if he fails in the post.
Medic leaves note saying he can't look people in face after contestant's death
A note uncovered by a BBC News Freedom of Information request showed the organisation made the concession after April 2012 became the wettest on record
And now, in nice-man news, Mo Farah has run to the defence of an interviewer ridiculed for not realising she was talking to a double Olympic champion.
TV host Susanna Reid has been named the most popular presenter of BBC Breakfast in a poll to mark the morning show's 30th anniversary.
Andrew Marr missed his eponymous breakfast show this morning as he continued his convalescence from a stroke he suffered last week, with Ed Miliband wishing him a speedy recovery during a programme hosted by stand-in presenter James Landale.
Andrew Marr, the TV presenter and journalist, has had a stroke, the BBC said today. The 53-year-old presenter of The Andrew Marr Show and Start the Week was taken ill on Tuesday and is recovering in hospital.
The CNN anchor invited the man who launched a petition to deport him on to his show - with predictably explosive consequences