Lenny Henry on the need for greater ethnic diversity in broadcasting.
The BBC director of strategy on the effects of making licence fee evasion a civil offence.
Would making BBC3 an online-only channel really save money? With Steve Hewlett.
BBC DG's speech on the licence fee; Lord Hunt on IPSO; David Cohen wins Paul Foot award.
Will another presenter change rescue ITV's Daybreak? Media news with Steve Hewlett.
Funny women on panel shows, the power of exposes, and is Twitter too niche to fly?
Steve Hewlett on the DMI project, Royal pictures, media ownership and journalists in Egypt
Steve Hewlett looks at the BBC's failed Digital Media Initiative, and the image of News UK
The Telegraph's 'digital transformation'; Birds of a Feather creator Lawrence Marks.
Does Channel 4's Benefits Street reinforce harmful stereotypes or depict reality?
Steve Hewlett on the fast-changing media world, including 'dramatised' natural history.
Richard and Judy on TV double act chemistry. What is it, and how is it really created?
The failure of DMI, BBC 'cronyism', BuzzFeed UK and Danish writers' rooms.
Mike Darcey, chief exec of News UK, talks about the success of Sun digital subscriptions.
Steve Hewlett discusses exporting British TV to China, Gary Barlow on Radio 2 and more.
The first of a network of local TV services has launched, but why have many been delayed?
Broadcasting in an independent Scotland, and has the BBC's move north improved content?
Why small local commercial radio stations fear the digital switchover. With Steve Hewlett.
Trinity Mirror's Sue Douglas on the new People website and another re-design for the Indy.
Old media - aka Steve Hewlett - meets new media phenomenon JacksGap.
Steve Hewlett asks if broadcasters could do more to serve black audiences better.
Steve Hewlett talks to BBC2 controller Janice Hadlow about her vision for the channel.
The BBC's future digital vision, and the editor of the Times on press reform.
Is the Mail breaking any regulations with its Ralph Miliband story?
Why BBC children's TV needs to offer more online, and 90 years of the Radio Times.
The influence of media agencies on broadcasters, and Twitter's impact on global news.
The future of the BBC Trust, and how earnings for top TV writers are impacting on exports.
Severance pay at the BBC, reporting the Scottish referendum and political interviewing.
How a target to get more women on local BBC radio breakfast shows is going to be achieved.
Steve Hewlett discusses coverage of the David Miranda story with Alan Rusbridger.