BBC chairman Richard Sharp faces calls to resign following accusations of cronyism, but what does it mean for the broadcaster?
The BBC will always have many enemies with a commercial interest in its downfall. It would be wise, then, for it not to estrange its supporters.
A split in the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and the 12th Culture Secretary in 13 years. What’s next?
Two-and-a-half cheers for Michelle Donelan for choreographing the Government’s U-turn on the privatisation of Channel 4.
As the Musk-Twitter media circus continues, major international news organisations should be planning a rescue package for when the curtain finally falls.
The bots have been a long time coming — whether they have been called that or not.
A recent interview shows the BBC chairman Richard Sharp believes in the importance of the BBC and the licence fee, but where is the actual evidence for claiming it has a ‘liberal bias’?
The media’s difficulty with reporting Brexit has reached a tipping point as the evidence of the damage done continues to accumulate.
Michelle Donelan’s appearance at Society of Editors’ first Media Freedom Awards revealed some choice hints as to how the Government’s relationship with newsbrands and broadcasters could change.
The broadcast media are making a much better fist overall of the coverage of COP27 and climate change than the news brands.
It matters who owns TikTok, especially as more young people use it for news. But if we’re worried about governments’ influence on media owners, look no further than the state of several UK newsbrands.