All Regulation articles – Page 18

  • Ofcom
    News

    BBC & Ofcom clash over costs

    2017-01-16T13:09:00Z

    The BBC and Ofcom have clashed over an estimated £9m bill to cover the regulation of the corporation.

  • Clementi
    News

    Industry backs governance shake-up at BBC

    2017-01-12T07:05:00Z

    Sir David Clementi’s appointment as BBC chair has been broadly welcomed by industry executives, with his in-depth knowledge of the corporation’s regulatory regime labelled a bonus.

  • Let It Shine
    News

    Next steps for BBC Studios

    2017-01-12T07:02:00Z

    A clearer picture of the plan for BBC Studios has emerged after the Trust published its assessment of the corporation’s proposals before Christmas.

  • Holby City
    News

    BBC Studios production tariffs in the spotlight

    2016-12-22T09:53:00Z

    Ofcom has been charged with ensuring that the BBC commissions shows from BBC Studios at market rates after rivals raised concerns that the subsidiary would receive favourable terms.

  • Strictly Come Dancing
    News

    Trust signs off BBC Studios

    2016-12-20T12:49:00Z

    BBC Studios has been given the greenlight by the Trust to make shows for third-party broadcasters.

  • Sir David Clementi
    News

    Clementi among candidates for BBC chair

    2016-12-16T10:34:00Z

    Sir David Clementi has emerged as one of at least six candidates in the running to chair the BBC’s new unitary board from next April.

  • Holby City
    News

    Indies invited to Holby City set

    2016-12-16T10:15:00Z

    The BBC has invited indies tendering for the three-year Holby City contract to visit the set at the BBC’s Elstree studios on Saturday 17 December.

  • BBC
    News

    Hall: charter endorses BBC

    2016-12-15T16:28:00Z

    Director general Tony Hall has welcomed the BBC’s new 11-year charter and said it provides stability for the broadcaster to “shine even more brightly as a beacon for Britain around the globe.”

  • nbh_credit_matt_brown
    News

    Ofcom sets out BBC regulatory position

    2016-12-08T12:51:00Z

    Ofcom has warned the BBC not to expect “special treatment” when it takes over regulation of the broadcaster in April 2017.

  • Mark Damazer
    News

    Damazer: BBC chair must not interfere with editorial

    2016-12-08T10:06:00Z

    BBC Trustee Mark Damazer has warned the government not to appoint a chair of the BBC’s new unitary board who may be ‘tempted’ to intervene in editorial decisions.

  • Tony Hall
    News

    BBC introduces Smith Review changes

    2016-12-06T13:11:00Z

    The BBC has introduced a number of changes to its child safety and whistleblowing processes following Dame Janet Smith’s review of the Jimmy Savile and Stuart Hall scandals.

  • NBH (credit Matt Brown)
    News

    MPs: BBC must take on over-75s licence fee

    2016-12-01T12:47:00Z

    Members of parliament have voted to uphold plans to hand the cost of over-75s licence fees to the BBC.

  • Survival School
    News

    Kids' indies respond to ITV move

    2016-12-01T07:01:00Z

    The British children’s television sector suffered another blow this week after ITV retreated further away from original kids’ commissioning.

  • Karen Bradley 1
    News

    DCMS blocks BAME C4 board appointment

    2016-11-30T09:30:00Z

    The Department of Culture, Media and Sport has blocked the appointment of a BAME woman to the board of Channel 4 as part of the process that included appointing four white men.

  • Bear Grylls Survival School
    News

    Kids body condemns CITV restructure

    2016-11-29T12:57:00Z

    Kids body The Children’s Media Foundation (CMF) has urged ITV to rethink restructuring CITV labelling the move “detrimental to the quality of children’s content” on the channel.

  • BBC
    News

    MPs call for over-75s licence fee reversal

    2016-11-28T10:41:00Z

    The government faces pressure from a cross-party group of MPs to reverse the decision to burden the BBC with the full cost of licence fees for over-75s.

  • Andrew Marr
    News

    BBC stars slam radio tendering plans

    2016-11-07T10:19:00Z

    Andrew Marr, Jarvis Cocker and Kirsty Lang are among the BBC Radio talent to have urged the government to reconsider plans to put 60% of output out to tender.

  • Diversity
    News

    Ofcom unveils diversity monitoring scheme

    2016-11-02T09:59:00Z

    Ofcom has pledged to “hold broadcasters to account” on diversity as it launches a monitoring programme and a dedicated online resource.

  • Damian Collins
    News

    Damian Collins appointed CMS chair

    2016-10-19T16:55:00Z

    Conservative MP Damian Collins has been elected chair of the culture, media and sport select committee.

  • Strictly Come Dancing
    News

    BBC Studios exempt from salary disclosure

    2016-10-13T12:55:00Z

    New rules forcing the BBC to disclose talent salaries in excess of £150,000 will not apply to staff employed by BBC Studios, according to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).