British broadcasters are to get together to tackle disability in the media.
The BBC should do more for those affected by the decision to scrap free TV licences, the Culture Secretary has said.
Channel 4 News anchor Jon Snow did not breach TV rules by saying he had “never seen so many white people in one place”, the regulator has ruled, while reminding broadcasters to take “particular care” with language.
Amal Clooney has warned that Donald Trump is creating a global hostility towards journalists which is undermining democracy.
Jackie Bird, one of Scotland’s best-known broadcasters, has presented her final news bulletin for the BBC.
Channel 4 News said it “regrets” any offence caused by Jon Snow’s “unscripted observation” after the veteran journalist said he had “never seen so many white people in one place” during a live broadcast.
BBC veteran Michael Buerk has said the broadcaster is increasingly excluding working-class talent in favour of “gilded youth”.
BritBox, announced by BBC and ITV, is expected to launch later this year.
A “simple human error” by BBC producers made it appear as if Theresa May was travelling to Brussels in a fleet of Second World War bombers to reopen negotiations with the EU.
Commercial wings of the BBC are making a profit and honouring public service commitments but there are concerns for the future of international news, according to a report.
Fiona Bruce kept shtum when she found herself in the news after landing the job as Question Time host.
BBC newsreader and Antiques Roadshow presenter Fiona Bruce has reportedly been offered the job of hosting Question Time.
More than 7,000 people across the UK are still watching television in black and white, more than 50 years after the advent of colour programming.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says “grotesque” and ongoing unfairness in pay at the BBC is offensive.
Scotsman owner Johnston Press has put itself up for sale after months of speculation around the future of the business.
The Scottish Suffragette movement was ground-breaking in so many ways and in a high-profile talk this week an Aberdeen professor will reveal how it successfully used the nation’s media to advance its cause.
The Press and Journal is one of the most trusted newspapers in the country, new research has found.
The BBC’s flagship Question Time programme is to be broadcast from Holyrood next month, making it the first UK legislature to host the long-running show.
TV Licensing has defended plans to spend at least £1.7 million of BBC licence fee payers’ money on external PR agencies to promote the annual charge.
A list of the top 12 earners at the BBC is male-heavy, with no women featuring.
Broadcaster and radio presenter Eddie Mair is leaving the BBC after more than 30 years at the corporation.
The number of full-time journalists has dropped 25% in the last decade, an independent review has shown.
The first ever Director of BBC England has been appointed by the corporation in a bid to better serve the UK’s regions.
Channel 4 is offering £1 million of free airtime for an advertising campaign which challenges the “stereotypes, objectification and sexualisation of women”.
Culture Secretary Matt Hancock warned of the “corrosive” culture of fake news as he announced the Government’s review into the sustainability of high-quality journalism would be led by Dame Frances Cairncross.
An entire class of students has failed a higher course in the Highlands for a second successive year.
Hundreds of comic book fans descended on an Aberdeenshire town dressed as their favourite superheroes, TV and film characters.
Without the full context of a well written article, local news often throws up some amusing, strange and downright terrifying stories as exhibited by this recent Clydebank Post billboard...
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