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Presenter Stacey Dooley explains how she plans to keep audiences interested. BBC Three's move online "nerve-wracking" The 44-year-old profiled Savile in his BBC series When Louis Met... in 2000. Theroux on Savile: 'I wish I'd revealed more' Digital Spy rounds up the best bits from last night's debate. Battle for Number 10: The Best Bits HBO renews the Vice television series for four more seasons, and will add a newscast. HBO and Vice to air newscasts Supreme Court says Prince Charles's 'black spider' memos to government ministers can be made public. Secret Prince Charles letters to be released An age rating will be displayed on some videos uploaded to Vevo and YouTube. Online music videos to get age ratings The ex-controller of BBC Two says Clarkson "added something very special to the BBC". Yentob: 'Clarkson departure is sad for BBC' BBC tells us that no decision is made on presenter's future on Top Gear. BBC: 'No decision on Jeremy Clarkson' Championship went down to the final game - with England just pipped to the post. Six Nations finale gets record audience Paxman hopes Labour will see him as a fair moderator in forthcoming election special. Paxman was asked to run as Conservative MP The DJ is charged with offences involving six people, including three children. Neil Fox charged with 9 sex offences The Imitation Game and Transparent are among the honourees. GLAAD Media Awards winners revealed Over 80% of Digital Spy readers want to see David Cameron and Ed Miliband in a one-to-one debate. DS readers want head-to-head election debate David Cameron and Ed Miliband will take part in a live Q&A event on March 26. 2015 election programming confirmed The first tweet was sent by co-founder Jack Dorsey on March 21, 2006. Twitter celebrates its 9th birthday Katharine Viner will become the title's first female editor in its 194-year history. The Guardian's new editor is named Australian actor declares that Laverne should have her own TV show. Russell Crowe: 'Lauren Laverne is hot' Watch What Happens: Live host's radio channel includes new chatshow. Andy Cohen starts SiriusXM channel The BBC station's live sessions will drop from 250 to 160 per year. Radio 1 announces live music cuts Virgin Media customers can now watch Sky Sports channels on Android devices. Virgin users get Android Sky Sports access George Osborne announces several voter-pleasing measures ahead of the General Election. Budget 2015: Tech gets extra funding CNN, The Financial Times, Reuters and The Economist are also involved. The Guardian takes on media ad giants Prime minister urges his political rivals to "stop running away" from revised proposals. Cameron agrees to seven-way debate in April Dame Janet Smith's report will be published in around two months. Jimmy Savile BBC abuse report due in May The BBC Trust says "pikey" has "evolved into common parlance among a number of people". Top Gear cleared of racism complaint The entertainment and sports chat show will return for 12 episodes on April 2. Clare Balding Show to return in April The new deal will see Aviva Premiership Rugby games being broadcast for six seasons. BT Sport to air Premiership Rugby deal The one-time publicist is allegedly questioned by police over new Yewtree allegations. Max Clifford 'arrested by Yewtree police' "Great content is at the heart of ITV's growth strategy," says the ITV chief exec. ITV to buy The Voice creator for £355m Tony Hall will take part in the investigation, despite being a Clarkson fan. BBC boss involved in Clarkson investigation Paul Gascoigne appears in court to testify about the Mirror Group's phone hacking. Gazza: 'Phone hacking ruined my life' Prime minister and opposition leader get personal in the Commons over TV debates. Cameron, Miliband in heated debates clash Conservative peer says it is wrong that politicians can be threatened with "empty chairs". Lord Grade: 'TV debates are voluntary' The BBC presenter apologises for swearing during Cheltenham Festival coverage. John Inverdale sorry for BBC c-bomb The National Audit Office says the BBC's savings of £374m exceed its target. BBC exceeding efficiency savings targets The channel airs the likes of Doctor Who, The Incredible Hulk and Labyrinth. Horror Channel added to Freeview BuzzFeed will interview the prime minister live from London on Monday, March 16. BuzzFeed to host David Cameron interview DJ says "nothing has changed" since Greg Dyke called Radio 1 "hideously white" in 2001. Nihal hits out at 'all white' BBC Radio 1 The move rules out a head-to-head debate with Labour leader Ed Miliband. David Cameron will only do one TV debate The head of the BBC Trust, Rona Fairhead, has called for it to be shut down. BBC Trust head calls for abolition