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French TV station launches a major new social platform around its core channel. Broadcaster Canal+ launches Social Player The Daily Mail is ordered to pay the singer's children after posting images of them. Weller kids win damages over Mail photos Danny Cohen is considering launching a brand new commissioning role for online. BBC Three, iPlayer boss roles could merge The 68-year old will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court later this month. Dave Lee Travis charged with indecent assault Zai Bennett will become director of Sky Atlantic after joining BBC Three back in 2011. BBC Three controller joins Sky Atlantic Present tells DS he feels "cursed" after working on both BBC Three and T4. Edwards: BBC Three axe marginalises youth The regulator finds the show caused offence with its treatment of a 17-year-old. Jeremy Kyle Show reprimanded by Ofcom Former BBC host reiterates his desire to buy the BBC with a group of investors. Noel Edmonds: 'BBC plans are serious' The BBC marks the 20th year since it first launched a website in 1994. BBC Online celebrates 20th anniversary The series, scheduled for September, will consist of six 15-minute episodes. Dailymotion to launch original drama Kim Shillinglaw will take over from Janice Hadlow in the position. BBC Two and Four unveil new controller The Private Eye editor dismisses Noel Edmonds's plans for a BBC takeover. Hislop: Noel Edmonds not worth contesting 70-year-old Ria prepares for her first flight with a roller coaster ride. Watch a nan's first roller coaster ride Lauren Laverne and Kelly Holmes will also guest edit the BBC Radio series. JK Rowling to guest edit Woman's Hour The ASA deems the puppet ad confusing in regards to the interest rates mentioned. Wonga TV ad banned by the ASA New raft of shows will celebrate female presenters from the world of music. Parton, Ana Matronic for Radio 2 shows Slovenia is the latest country to "keep dancing". Strictly format sold to 50th country Saturday's broadcast will signal new partnership with Racecourse Media Group talkSPORT to broadcast Grand National The Legendary Posters are being auctioned for the media organisation Artists design 'Legendary' charity posters David Cameron also suggests that the BBC should replicate the US model of TV. David Cameron: BBC needs homegrown shows Initially expected to launch in 2015, ITV Encore will debut this summer. ITV Encore channel confirms launch date The actor admits that he is in a "public minority" by supporting the move. James Corden supports BBC Three axe Chris Evans and Graham Norton are among the DJs nominated for prizes this year. Radio Academy noms: Nick Grimshaw snubbed New channel becomes the first to air 100% reality programming on the service. CBS Reality launches on Freeview A report claims that BT Sport could be made available to BT Broadband customers. BT Sport coming to Chromecast in the UK? IPC Media announces a 30-day consultation about the future of the lads' magazine. Nuts magazine set to close down The Freeview channel will have up to two million viewers. STV Glasgow to launch in June Southwark Crown Court hears Dave Lee Travis is to be charged over new allegation. DLT to face further indecent assault charge NME, What Hi-Fi and more are available through the subscription service. Readly touted as Spotify of magazines Dutch DJs will take part in the station's latest Residency slot. Tiesto, Garrix for BBC Radio 1 shows Lachlan and James Murdoch are handed new roles by their businessman father. Rupert Murdoch gives sons top roles Tessa Ross is appointed chief executive of the National Theatre. Channel 4 film and drama controller exits Andi Peters jokes that he would welcome the return of Noel's House Party. Andi Peters: 'Noel's BBC plan ludicrous' "I'm being politically correct," the model says about the controversial cover. Naomi Campbell talks Kimye's Vogue cover Tony Hall outlines the BBC's upcoming Arts projects and programmes. Shakespeare plays among BBC Arts plans The channel's move to iPlayer will see a drop in the number of new commissions. BBC Three will make "far fewer" shows Content includes hourly bulletins as well as news and culture programming. iTunes Radio adds first news station North Yorkshire Police had been given information via Operation Yewtree. Jimmy Tarbuck released without charge Roger Wright has also served director of the BBC Proms since 2007. BBC Radio 3 controller to stand down TV viewers who avoid the licence fee could have their BBC channels blocked. Licence fee dodgers 'may get signal block'