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Protests broke out after the Grand Jury decided not to indict Darren Wilson for killing Michael Brown. CNN anchors smoke bombed in Ferguson Argentina shares disappointment over the handling of a Falklands War row. Argentina in formal Top Gear complaint The popstar writes a tweet questioning Jamie Fawcett's work. Katy Perry hits out at "tiny penis" paparazzo The advertisement encourages children to earn a range of Blue Peter badges. CBBC launches Blue Peter attitude campaign Television journalist Mike Amor is smacked by a rogue skateboard while filming. Video: Reporter hit by a flying skateboard Could the Premier League highlights be heading Adrian Chiles's way? ITV bidding to end Match of the Day The former News of the World editor has been released on electronic tag. Andy Coulson released from prison early Nick Conrad said that women should "keep their knickers on". BBC host sorry for Ched Evans comments The newspaper will use three-minute slot to air short film Bearing Witness. The Times buys entire Homeland ad break TNA Impact Wrestling will air on Destination America from January 2015. TNA Impact Wrestling leaves Spike TV Warner Bros inks deal to distribute WWE pay-per-view events and other features. WWE, Warner Bros reach distribution deal "It's very important that people do talk about us", says magazine's editor. Anna Wintour on Kim and Kanye Vogue cover BBC says Nick Conrad's comments on the Ched Evans case were "very ill-judged". BBC sorry for host's Ched Evans remarks Ofcom received 99 complaints about the controversial comedy show. Ofcom to investigate Dapper Laughs show Andrew Scott and Rob Brydon are among the stars vying for prizes at this year's event. Doctor Who up for BBC Audio Drama Award Virgin Media lodges a complaint resulting in the opening of an investigation. Ofcom investigates Premier League rights Veteran broadcaster won a Sony Award in 2012 for her BBC Radio Humberside show. BBC Radio star Betty Smith dies, aged 93 The pre-recorded show contained offensive language in the pre-watershed slot. Jeremy Kyle Show complaints over profanity Ofcom says Channel 5 failed to avoid frequent use of language pre-watershed. Ofcom raps Big Brother over 'piss' chat The Post Office campaign features Robert Webb greeting Jim Carter and Pixie Lott. Watch Pixie Lott in festive Post Office ad Filmmakers shot the video in Malta in the hope people would think it was real. Syrian 'hero boy' video a fake Kim Hastreiter says that "of course" the Paper magazine cover was altered. Kardashian editor admits Photoshopping The 73-year-old ex-DJ pleads guilty to several more offences. Chris Denning pleads guilty to more offences Telecoms giant's sports service is now in 7,200 public houses around the UK. BT Sport 'in more pubs than Sky Sports' Broadcaster claims that it is now "Europe's largest entertainment company". Sky drops BSkyB name after 24 years Advert retells story of British and German soldiers sharing a truce on Christmas Day. Watch Sainsbury's WWI Christmas ad The singer speaks to Panorama for its Fake Sheikh: Exposed documentary. Tulisa talks 'sick' Fake Sheikh on Panorama All seven England women's Ashes games will be televised on Sky in summer 2015.
Sky to broadcast women's Test cricket The BBC had been granted permission to reveal the identity of the 'Fake Sheikh'. BBC axes Fake Sheikh Panorama exposé The advert will be the first to show the device in use after a change in rules. First e-cig smoking ad to air tonight Radio 1 did not adequately protect children or provide proper context. Radio 1 breaches rules with ISIS interview More than 80% of people aged 16 or above say they still listen to the radio. 70% think radio won't decline, survey finds New channel offers live and on-demand video from Radio 1's live events. BBC iPlayer adds Radio 1 video section Jake Ball is given an unfortunate new nickname for the rest of his career. BBC apologises over 'Jake Ballsack' gaffe The Academy plans to create a new event to celebrate the radio industry. Radio Academy scraps annual awards Kermit the Frog leads the way in festive campaign for Sky Movies. Watch Spider-Man, Muppets in Sky Christmas ad Ian Edmondson is sentenced to eight months in prison over phone hacking. Ex-NOTW news editor sentenced for hacking Actor wins substantial damages over claims about child maintenance payments. Tom Ellis wins Sunday Mirror damages He will leave Twitter until December due to 'unsafe' filming conditions. Fry pauses Twitter due to 'safety' fears The first video mashup of the John Lewis ad is already here and it's brilliant. Watch a funny parody of John Lewis TV ad