By William Turvill 12 December 9:31
BBC News has 321 editors, according to information released under the Freedom of Information Act.
By Press Gazette 05 December 9:32
David Cameron and George Osborne of questioned the impartiality of the BBC after "hyperbolic" coverage of the autumn statement.
BBC Trust accepts evidence was omitted from Jimmy Savile report but new chair declines to reopen investigationBy William Turvill 24 November 11:08
The new chair of the BBC Trust has declined to reopen the Pollard Review into the Jimmy Savile scandal in the fact "crucial" evidence was omitted from it.
Press Gazette appeal to info chief forces BBC to admit three senior journalists were appointed without competitionBy William Turvill 17 November 11:18
The BBC has been forced to admit that three high-profile members of editorial staff were appointed without their jobs being advertised.
By Dominic Ponsford 11 November 10:21
BBC head of news James Harding said the corporation is investigating buying content from local newspapers and setting up a fund to pay for court reporting.
By PA Mediapoint 05 November 9:06
Miriam O'Reilly told the House of Lords Communications Committee that the corporation was avoiding criticism of age discrimination and "comeback" for its actions.
By PA Media Lawyer 27 October 11:14
The corporation defended Rwanda's Untold Story, broadcast on BBC2 on 1 October, and said the decision to take the Great Lakes Service off the air was "unwarranted and disproportionate".
By William Turvill 20 October 16:07
Unsworth will retain her previous title as she takes charge of the World Service, World News and bbc.com/news. She will also lead BBC Monitoring and will chair the BBC’s international development charity, BBC Media Action.
By Press Gazette 26 September 8:47
Baroness Butler-Sloss, who stepped down as chairman of an inquiry into allegations of child abuse by establishment figures in the summer, is to be a guest editor of Radio 4's Today programme.
BBC confident half of local radio presenters will be female by end of year after 'demonstrably good progress'By PA Mediapoint 23 September 11:30
The corporation's director general Lord Hall said in August last year that he wanted to see more women hosting or co-hosting breakfast shows.
By Dominic Ponsford 11 September 17:37
Journalists at the BBC have decided not to go on strike after management agreed to a freeze on compulsory redundancies and on recruitment.
BBC deputy head of news Fran Unsworth: We have already cut £50m without the audience noticing a fall in qualityBy William Turvill 09 September 13:47
The BBC's deputy director of news and current affairs Fran Unsworth said her department had already cut £50m without the audience noticing so would be able to cut another £50m.
Press Gazette: Has the appointment process for 23 senior journalists been open and fair? BBC: We're not telling youBy William Turvill 01 September 8:51
The BBC’s senior compliance officer has backed his team’s decision not to disclose details about the recruitment of 23 high-profile journalists.
By PA Mediapoint 01 September 8:16
The BBC reported on its website that Rona Fairhead had been appointed to the role, and in doing so would become the first woman to chair the BBC Trust.
By William Turvill 05 August 15:03
Those working at the corporation who earn less than £50,000 will see their pay increase by £800, and journalists earning more than that by £650.
BBC remains tight-lipped over recruitment process for 23 senior journalists - citing DPA in FOI rejectionBy William Turvill 29 July 9:07
The corporation came under fire last month when Press Gazette asked the corporation whether ITV News’s Lucy Manning and ITN’s Ed Campbell has been taken on after competitive interviews.
By Press Association 29 July 8:18
The London 2012 supremo, who is chairman of the British Olympic Association, was reportedly the Government's preferred candidate for the role but told the Daily Mail he did not have the "capacity" for the job.
By Press Gazette 24 July 11:05
It emerged today that the head of communications at the Department for Work and Pensions has accused Today presenter Evan Davis of bias during an interview with Secretary of State Ian Duncan Smith.
By William Turvill 21 July 12:57
The corporation remains the most trusted source of news in the UK, according to the report, “although we are slightly below the levels reached before October 2012 when the crisis broke over coverage of Jimmy Savile and the separate Newsnight child abuse investigation”.
By PA Mediapoint 18 July 17:49
Journalists and technicians had been due to walkout next Wednesday for 12 hours.