BBC Trust chairman, Rona Fairhead, has said she "accepts" the surprise announcement by culture secretary, John Whittingdale, today that the government will stop subsidising the over-75s TV licence fee, but has questioned the process that led to the major overhaul.
A commercial broadcaster has the potential to improve on the BBC's coverage of the Olympics, says MediaCom's head of sport for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Time Inc's 63 year old music brand, NME, is to become a free weekly magazine from September and its digital output will be broadened to also include film, fashion, television, politics, gaming and technology.
Six of the brightest up-and-coming stars from the world of media and marketing have made Management Today's list of 35 high-flying women under 35.
Facebook has confirmed plans to offer video contributors a share of advertising revenues generated around posts, in a move that will increase competition with Google's YouTube.
Nick Emery, global CEO, Mindshare and president of Media Lions Jury Cannes 2015, reveals the judging criteria and why NGO entries outshone their corporate competitors.
Farrah Storr, the editor of Women's Health, has been named as the new editor at Cosmopolitan.
A spokesman for Virgin Trains has said "Virgin Trains is not reviewing its media business", putting halt to Campaign's story it was reviewing the account, handled by Manning Gottlieb OMD.
Haymarket Media Group has appointed Channel 4's Martin Gee to its management team as chief technology officer.
The technology will allow brands to deliver contextual messages through their own apps to commuters.
BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour has named Karen Blackett, the UK chief executive of MediaCom, to its Power List of top 10 influencers.
Alibi, the UKTV pay TV crime channel, is promoting its rebrand with a two-metre high replica of a human skull, which appeared this morning on London's South Bank.
The Daily Telegraph has marked its 160th anniversary with a refresh in design of its print edition today, which sees the former gothic masthead restored on the front page.
Naren Patel, chief executive officer, Primesight, attends a business chiefs' drinks reception at Number 10 (obligatory selfie included) and delivers his son to Claudine Collins for career advice.
Rosemary Gorman, group ad director at Mail Newspapers, and Ali MacCallum, chief executive of Omnicom's M2M, will take the lead role as co-chairs of the judges at the Media Week Awards 2015.
This week, Ben Wood, global president, iProspect, talks performance and content following the John Brown Media acquisition and preps for Cannes.
The Wall Street Journal, the business newspaper owned by News Corp, is launching a broadsheet edition for Europe and Asia.
Spotify has announced it now has 75 million active users, including 20 million paying premium subscribers, up by a third since January 2015.
Media Week's David Emin invites an industry heavyweight out to lunch at one of the Boisdales restaurants. His lunch guest this week is Jenny Biggam, the co-founder of the7stars, now the UK's largest independent media agency, which has averaged 30% growth in each of the past three years.
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