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Top Story Former Liverpool footballer Ryan Babel comes under fire for sexist tweets Ex-Liverpool footballer told a fan on Twitter to "concentrate on growing some tits" after a question about his old manager. Ryan Babel with team-mates at a charity football match
Journalist at the centre of News of the World phone hacking scandal is back in Rupert Murdoch's employ. Rebekah Brooks to be UK News Corp chief "You're an absolute f**king disgrace to journalism." The Sun slammed over shooting front page A.Dot will take over from Crawford's weekday afternoon slot in October. Sarah-Jane Crawford quits BBC to work in LA Presenter's return to Channel 4's TFI Friday shocked the Beeb. BBC wanted Chris Evans on exclusive deal The war between the Republican presidential candidate and Univision is still raging. Trump defends ejecting reporter from event "The BBC would be competing for that but they may not necessarily get it," says executive at new rights holder Discovery. Could Olympics coverage move from BBC? KKK Town, Is Britain Racist?, Is This Rape? Sex on Trial... BBC Three is really pushing the boundaries Reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward die in attack. Suspect dies after turning gun on himself. Two journalists shot dead during TV report AMC UK is already the British home of Fear The Walking Dead.
Manhattan joins BT's new AMC UK channel Over two-thirds of households who opposed the TV licence change their mind after a study. Study sees most people agree to licence fee "It's very unfortunate, but he's been hurt tremendously by these attacks." Sprinter Justin Gatlin boycotts BBC over "bias" Sky Sports is given out as Australian International Cricket moves home for the next five years. Howzat! BT Sport lands Ashes in £80m deal BBC says it is legally required to provide the best value for money to licence fee payers. Met Office loses BBC weather contract Thousands of Scottish independence campaigners called for his resignation last year. Nick Robinson compares BBC protests to Russia The presenter faced a backlash for saying: "Breastfeeding is unnatural." Anti-breastfeeding DJ returning to radio Nearly 200 documentaries were privately funded, breaching impartiality and sponsorship rules. BBC documentaries broke Ofcom funding rules ITV's political editor says he was disappointed by the lack of officials willing to help in his rescue attempt. ITV's Tom Bradby shocked by suicide death BBC Three would air as a "temporary transitional channel" from January 2016. BBC Three could move online by Feb 2016 The author describes owner Richard Desmond as a "man who got rich peddling pornography". JK Rowling slams Express for BBC cover "What fresh hell is this?" Bic tells women to "think like a man" Back of the net! Sky customers get goal replays on mobile On-demand service hits the milestone within the space of a month. BBC iPlayer Radio downloads top 1 million "The people who are attacking it have a vested interest in its destruction." Mark Gatiss: BBC needs to grow pair of bollocks Trump hit out at Megyn Kelly, one of the debate's moderators, describing her as a "lightweight". Murdoch defends GOP debate Fox News journalists Doctor Who and Sherlock showrunner says the government "must have something more important to do". Moffat: BBC funding cuts would be vandalism The channel also has rights to Chelsea vs Liverpool and Watford vs Manchester United. BT will exclusively show Spurs vs Chelsea Carol Jackson called her brother Max a "bastard" during Thursday night's episode. Ofcom assessing EastEnders swearing complaints Are you edgy enough for Edge? The Onion takes aim at Vice with Edge Sky chief executive Jeremy Darroch hails an "outstanding period of growth". Sky passes the 12m customers milestone The couple have previously requested that family outings remain private. Kutcher, Kunis sue Daily Mail over photos Pearson announces a massive deal with Japan's Nikkei for ownership of the newspaper. Financial Times sold in £844m deal You will either get it or you won't, it seems. YouTube Vloggers get their own magazine Company told to ensure its changes to charges are "clearly and prominently" displayed on adverts from now. Virgin Media ads banned for 'misleading' prices A whole host of celebrities have backed the BBC after criticisms from the UK government. Wolf Hall's Mark Rylance praises the BBC Westminster's youngest MP gave a speech in the House of Commons that has been heard all across Britain. Mhairi Black's first speech seen 10m times JK Rowling says that the BBC Two show is the only programme Vernon enjoys. Harry Potter's Uncle Vernon loves Top Gear Buckingham Palace offers official response to a tabloid publishing controversial 1933 images. Lost Queen 'Nazi salute' film disappoints Palace "Never underestimate the power of good radio - it provides a soundtrack to our lives." BBC radio boss defends Radio 1 and 2 The government's green paper accepts that the BBC can be entertaining. Voice gets battered but Strictly gets a bye "Concerns have been raised that the BBC behaves in an overly commercial way." BBC Radio 1 and 2 attacked by government