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Top clubs cut deal to help out fans and minnows

One-Minute Read
Fri 27 Mar, AT 12:56

£1bn fund will help lower-league clubs and boost 'fan engagement', say the top-flight clubs

Steven Gerrard kisses a television camera

Virgin Media calls for Ofcom to halt Premier League TV auction

One-Minute Read
Thu 29 Jan, AT 10:57

Broadcaster says sale, which raised £3bn in 2012, should be delayed until investigation is complete

How to stop nuisance calls: new laws will help consumers

One-Minute Read
Thu 2 Apr, AT 14:30

Fines of up to £500,000 are intended to deter companies that make persistent nuisance calls

Jeremy Clarkson

Jeremy Clarkson deliberately used racial slur, says Ofcom

One-Minute Read
Mon 28 Jul, AT 16:04

Top Gear presenter breached broadcasting standards with 'slope' comment, but won't be punished by BBC

Comic Relief bishop tops Lady Gaga on Ofcom complaint list

One-Minute Read
Tue 17 Dec, AT 14:15

Rowan Atkinson sketch in which One Direction are compared to Jesus's disciples draws 487 complaints

Vincent Kompany lifts the Premier League trophy as Manchester City snatch injury time winner

BT complains to Ofcom over 'rottweiler' BSkyB

One-Minute Read
Tue 9 Apr, AT 10:00

'Bitter' rivalry between media companies escalates after BSkyB's refusal to run adverts for BT Sport

Mole

£1 billion shortfall in 4G auction gives Osborne a new headache

Wed 20 Feb, AT 09:51
The Mole

Chancellor was expecting a billion more to help fund growth when he gave his Autumn Statement

Evgeny Lebedev

Lebedev and Evening Standard win London TV licence

First Reaction
Mon 4 Feb, AT 15:49

Station will broadcast to four million homes, giving boost to Standard and Independent newspapers

C4 to repeat Big Fat Quiz despite Daily Mail's disgust

Media Watch
Thu 3 Jan, AT 11:54

Few viewers complained about James Corden's and Jack Whitehall's rude jokes – but it didn't stop the Mail

Daily Mail’s Leveson expose: 'call the men in white coats'

First Reaction
Fri 16 Nov, AT 14:37

Mail’s broadside stuns liberal commentators, but does it raise valid questions about free press?

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