Former Downing Street spin doctor new BBC chair favourite
Robbie Gibb said to be the new frontrunner for the role
Clementi: BBC impartiality starts at the top, not half way down
BBC's current chair has been speaking to the DCMS select committee about his successor
What impact would Dacre and Moore have on the British TV industry?
According to reports, the government is considering offering Paul Dacre the chairmanship of media regulator Ofcom, with Charles Moore installed as the new chair...
BBC Wales’ new all-IP HQ set for first live news broadcast
Tonight will see the first live news broadcast from Central Square, which is taking over as BBC Wales' headquarters from Broadcasting House in Llandaff.
TVBEurope joins Futuresource Collaborative Audio event as media partner
The fully virtual Audio Collaborative event takes place over 4th and 5th November and features speakers from the BBC, Google, Harman Professional, and more...
Tim Davie: It’s time for the BBC to look properly at D2C
"D2C for the BBC is a no brainer overseas," analyst Alex DeGroote tells TVBEurope
How remote production helped Strictly innovate to produce four lockdown specials
TVBEurope talks to WilkieTV about how they worked with the Strictly Come Dancing team to produce four specials during lockdown
BBC states it “can take nothing for granted” in Annual Report
"Our focus must be on making sure we deliver outstanding and unique value to all audiences - those who pay for us and are...
Premier League relents on September broadcast schedule
BBC and Amazon gain one match each, Sky Sports six and BT sport a further three
How the EastEnders production team returned to a Covid-safe Albert Square
Philip Stevens investigates the production processes put in place to bring EastEnders back to BBC One
Coalition forms to support freelancers in their hour of need
Broadcasters and TV bodies form Coalition for Change to meaningfully discuss working practices and wellbeing of freelance community
Ofcom approves BBC’s plan to move more children’s content online
Iconic afternoon Newsround bulletin will move to the iPlayer and online
Sound thinking: BBC helps audience to hear the details
Philip Stevens explores object-based media and how the BBC is using it to enhance the experience for viewers with hearing difficulties
BBC confirms cuts to regional news, plans to merge teams
The proposed job cuts are on top of the 450 redundancies previously announced - which were then put on hold - by BBC News
Rugby League World Cup 2021, International Rugby League partner on broadcast production
RLWC2021 and the IRL said they will shortly issue an 'Invitation To Tender' for a production partner
BBC iPlayer breaks records with 570 million requests in May
Programme requests increased by 73 per cent compared to May 2019
‘The crown jewels of UK sports broadcasting is back’: The Premier League returns
Analyst Paolo Pescatore talks to TVBEurope about the return of the Premier League
BBC begins hunt for partners in major digital overhaul
BBC is looking for suppliers to provide bespoke digital services and solutions
BBC to broadcast live Premier League matches for the first time
Sky Sports to broadcast 25 matches via its FTA channel Pick
Will coronavirus pandemic impact the BBC’s search for a new DG?
Reports suggests interviews planned for June may not take place until September
BBC accounts for almost a quarter of all UK video, audio and online time
Corporation confirms it will "consider the merit" of restoring BBC Three as a linear channel
BBC launches new platform enabling viewers to watch together remotely
BBC Together has been developed by the broadcaster's R&D team and is available on BBC Taster
How the Countryfile team is keeping their distance
Philip Stevens discovers how Countryfile is coping with coronavirus restrictions
Havas Media Group: UK streaming up 4 per cent during last two weeks
"The entertaining content provided by streaming platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime is playing an increasingly valuable role"