The BBC’s Sunday Politics breached broadcasting rules with misleading claims made by presenter Andrew Neil, a watchdog has found.
Making BBC iPlayer programmes available for longer is part of plans to improve the service submitted to Ofcom by the broadcaster.
Coronation Street will not be investigated by Ofcom after the soap attracted more than 200 complaints over the killing off of a gay character.
Russell Brand’s graphic “vagina” cookie creation on The Great Celebrity Bake Off has avoided an Ofcom investigation.
News host Jon Snow’s remark that he had “never seen so many white people in one place” is being investigated by Ofcom.
Banffshire and Buchan MSP Stewart Stevenson yesterday said it was “absolutely perverse” that Ofcom’s target for Scottish mobile coverage has fallen while rural areas are struggling for reception.
Innovative technology could help the UK Government hit its mobile coverage target, in addition to the telecommunication regulator’s proposals, an Ofcom boss has told MSPs.
News host Jon Snow’s remark that he had “never seen so many white people in one place” has sparked more than 2,000 complaints.
Broadband providers have agreed to begin compensating customers automatically when things go wrong with their service.
Broadband and landline customers will get money back from their providers when things go wrong from Monday – without having to ask.
Alan Brazil breached broadcasting rules for suggesting that a Glasgow rat infestation was the fault of Asian immigrants storing rice.
Ofcom has rejected hundreds of complaints against the Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland.
Four major regulators need to do more to prove they are effectively responding to consumer concerns or offering enough protection to those who need it, the spending watchdog has found.
The chairman of the BBC has called for a reduction in regulatory red tape so the broadcaster can compete with Netflix.
Will Young is to read a children’s story about same sex parents on CBeebies to celebrate LGBT families.
Children find it “too much effort” to interact in real-life and prefer to watch YouTube, an Ofcom report has found.
Children are using multiple social media profiles to project a “picture-perfect self” as bullying increases online, a report has found.
Children are turning away from TV to watch “oddly satisfying” videos of slime, a report has found.
A complaint about swearing on The X Factor has been resolved by the broadcasting watchdog.
George Galloway’s talkRadio show breached rules with comments that aired after the Skripal poisoning, watchdog Ofcom has said.
Fiona Drouet has told the Press and Journal she is planning a new campaign to have the phones of online abusers confiscated.
Russia’s media watchdog has launched an investigation into the BBC’s websites and World News channel over alleged violations of Russian law.
Rural locations across the north have some of the worst mobile phone coverage in the UK - sparking fears it could threaten tourism, business and society in remote areas.
New rules come into force today which mean directors of firms will be held personally accountable for their staff making nuisance phone calls.
Ferne McCann’s reality TV show breached programme rules by giving “undue prominence to a baby formula milk”, the broadcasting watchdog has said.
Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has launched an investigation into Jeremy Vine’s Channel 5 show over offensive language.
The BBC claimed it is “crucial” for British media after regulators highlighted a risk of the broadcaster squeezing out online competition.
Scottish television viewers are more dissatisfied with the output of the BBC than people from any other part of the UK.
The BBC must improve its transparency, take more creative risks and endeavour to attract more young viewers, Ofcom has said.
Broadcasters have a “long way to go” on diversity, Ofcom boss Sharon White has said.
An Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford TV show breached programme rules by not mentioning that the husband and wife duo were patrons of the Dogs Trust in a “one-sided” episode on e-collars, watchdog Ofcom has ruled.
The head of the UK’s broadcasting regulator has said the internet is a “lottery” for child safety.