Fran Unsworth, Director of News and Current Affairs at the BBC, said that the case “represents a dramatic shift against press freedom” and “there is a significant principle at stake”.
Sir Cliff Richard been awarded £210,000 in damages after winning a High Court privacy battle against the BBC.
ITV Studios label Shiver has appointed Channel 4 Commissioning Editor Simone Haywood to the newly-created position of Head of Factual Entertainment.
Broadcaster Richard Bacon has tweeted for the first time after waking from a medically-induced coma, admitting that he nearly died.
Eleven Sports - the media company owned by Leeds United chairman Andrea Radrizzani - has outbid BT Sport for the live TV rights to Serie A matches in the UK and Ireland.
BBC Look North is filming a series of strands over the summer to find out whether street life is still “alive and well” in the region.
Television presenter, Laura Whitmore, is to host her first ever radio show, with a new Sunday series on BBC Radio 5 live.
Channel 4 is airing a new documentary, which goes behind the scenes at HMP Durham.
Each Friday in The Wrap, one of the North’s leading media and creative figures gives us their take on the week’s news covered by Prolific North. This week it’s the turn of Andy Culbert, co-founder of digital-first branding agency MERó.
The BBC has revealed changes to its political coverage, which it hopes will improve digital reporting and provide more value for money.