BBC World News
The BBC today announced a new video partnership with Yahoo that will see BBC News branded video clips syndicated across Yahoo sites in North America.
BBC World News’ legendary interview show HARDtalk will be marking 20 years of asking the questions that matter with a raft of dedicated content, it was announced today.
The BBC has begun the search for Africa's next journalism star - launching the 2017 BBC World News Komla Dumor Award in Blantyre, Malawi.
On 4 February, the BBC World Service will broadcast a special Desert Island Discs interview with David Beckham - the former professional footballer who is also known for his humanitarian work and marriage to ‘Spice Girl’ Victoria Beckham.
• BBC.com hit record high in 2016 • Site and apps viewed 15 billion times, with almost 100m unique browsers each month • Three senior appointments, expansion and investment in online video planned for 2017 • New unit to combat fake news confirmed
The BBC has been honored with an Emmy at this year’s 37th Annual News and Documentary Emmy® Awards for coverage of Europe's migrant crisis in the category of ‘Outstanding continuing coverage of a news story in a regularly scheduled newscast’.
BBC announces new editorial and commercial appointments, as part of wider investments in Canada as new Canadian edition of BBC.com to launch on 22 September
The BBC has announced the appointment of Jessica Murphy as News Editor, Dan Lytwyn as Video Journalist and Robin Levinson King as Audience Engagement Producer, as part of the BBC’s new editorial team based in Toronto.
From 1 September 2016, Heathrow Express passengers will be kept up to date with a new BBC World News onboard service, which will provide one-minute news and business bulletins on the 15-minute journey to and from Heathrow and Paddington.
Today, the BBC announced that the business journalist and presenter, Didi Akinyelure, has been awarded the second BBC World News Komla Dumor Award.
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As the UK votes to leave the European Union, the BBC’s international services are bringing people around the globe a raft of special programming to help make sense of the result.
The BBC’s International Correspondent Ian Pannell and cameraman Darren Conway (DC) have been awarded this year’s prestigious David Bloom Award in recognition of their reporting from Colombia. The announcement was made on Wednesday 15 June 2016 at the Annual Radio & Television Correspondents’ Association Dinner in Washington DC.
With a Hollywood A-lister plus their own legendary talent, BBC World News and BBC Advertising are hosting a series of events, which only a world-class broadcaster can deliver, at this year’s Cannes Lions Festival (18-25th June).
Former US Senator and Defense Secretary William Cohen will be joining BBC News as a World Affairs Analyst, it was announced today. Cohen will appear on the flagship newscast BBC World News America and other programs on a regular basis to provide his analysis of major world issues and events.
As the United Kingdom looks towards the EU Referendum, the BBC has today unveiled its plans to help global audiences make sense of the vote.
As all eyes turn to Rio and the 2016 Olympic Games, BBC World News and BBC.com/sport have announced a raft of dedicated programmes and special digital initiatives to bring global audiences an in-depth view of the city, the athletes and the Games themselves.
The BBC announced today that it will provide a more personalised, interactive digital service to bring global audiences closer to the fans, teams and world famous players of UEFA Euro 2016 than ever before.
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