Broadband company adds further 185,000 to budget television service as revenues grow 3%
Newspapers are for sale, says chief executive
Technical problem hits corporation's weekend online programmes including German Grand Prix and Archers omnibus
The old mogul's bid is a bold one. But with such a prize in play, might the new media giants – the tech companies – step in?
Mark Sweney: $80bn offer could spark fresh consolidation, as traditional media face competition from Netflix, Google, Amazon and Apple
The Breaking Bad star is to reprise his Tony-winning stage role as the former president in a new film about Kennedy successor's election campaign and escalating Vietnam conflict
Director general admits the rules regarding the collection of the licence fee are out of date, leaving a loophole for online viewers. By Mark Sweney
Magic and TalkSport owners team up with Arqiva in bid for digital audio broadcasting platform, to host around 10 services. By John Plunkett
Lord Burns said the BBC is too wedded to the £145.50 licence fee and has ignored alternative forms of funding
Lord Burns says change would be first step towards an alternative way of funding the corporation. By John Plunkett
‘Compete or Compare’ strategy could open more areas to indies, except for core PSB activities such as global newsgathering. By Mark Sweney
Lisa Campbell: New BFI rules mean movies will only be eligible for funding if they ‘tick boxes’, as TV industry is criticised for lack of penalties
Netflix want someone to tag their content. I'm up for it. Who wouldn't want to spend their lives watching nothing but UK films, asks Stuart Heritage
Mark Lawson: Sophie Okonedo is one of Britain's most accomplished and acclaimed actors – but most of her job offers come from the US, where last month she won a coveted Tony award for a Broadway role. So why is the UK neglecting its black stars?
CBBC’s Cheryl Taylor promises show ‘truthful to the essence of Danger Mouse’ but with fresh ideas. By Stuart Dredge