19 January 2011, 12:32
Erik Huggers brought in to run chip-giant’s Digital Home Group.
31 December 2010, 13:00
Doctor Who, Top Gear and Sherlock help Auntie serve up 1.3 billion programmes in 2010.
2 December 2010, 13:49
But adopt a hybrid business model long-term.
25 November 2010, 12:50
It has the brands, now the BBC wants a slice of the videogames industry.
11 November 2010, 12:28
Phased roll-out starts in December.
9 November 2010, 15:02
International version to launch next year.
8 November 2010, 10:27
Catch-up service re-launched.
5 November 2010, 09:56
The NUJ isn’t happy that BBC pensions are being mucked about with so it has gone on strike.
22 October 2010, 12:23
And Sky debuts Sky Anytime+
20 October 2010, 16:03
Government and Organisation gang up on Auntie.
18 October 2010, 16:11
And BBC plans HD sound for radio.
30 September 2010, 16:07
Japanese audiences see The Charlatans in eye-watering resolution.
6 September 2010, 12:10
New interface focuses on personalisation and social networking.
30 August 2010, 13:34
BBC Director-General says international version could be ready within the year.
25 August 2010, 16:19
Corporation won't pick sides until future is more certain.
24 August 2010, 11:16
Having fled the IPTV project under previous ownership, Richard Desmond-owned Five returns.
11 August 2010, 14:46
The move towards launching a consumer product in 2011 gathers momentum.
10 August 2010, 13:19
Smartphone malicious programmes ‘big business’ and increasingly common.
26 July 2010, 10:02
iPhone and iPad versions now online.
9 July 2010, 18:05
The struggling channel has pulled out of the high-profile IP TV project due to money worries.
5 July 2010, 12:38
The BBC Trust has rejected plans to shut down the 6 Music radio station.
1 July 2010, 18:06
At an Intel-hosted IPTV event Anthony Rose talks-up open platforms, but has no answer to VM and BSkyB objections.
25 June 2010, 12:14
Following six months of public consultation, the Trust lays down the conditions for the Beeb’s involvement.
15 June 2010, 11:53
The telco regulator gives the Beeb the green light to restrict access to HD content from all terrestrial broadcasters.
26 May 2010, 13:04
Public beta of the third-generation video-on-demand service now available.
20 May 2010, 12:27
Since none of the protagonists in the joint venture will be contributing a business, it’s not a merger.
22 April 2010, 11:48
Episode One of the Doctor Who: The Adventure Games available for free this summer.
19 April 2010, 16:10
BBC all set to release first of the four Doctor Who episodes for PC.
23 March 2010, 15:32
England's first two games to be shown on ITV, with the BBC picking up the third group game and the first ties from the knockout stages.
18 March 2010, 13:33
Sky has issued its response to the BBC Trust’s approval of BBC involvement in the IPTV collaboration.
9 March 2010, 15:43
The government has confirmed that the cost of a colour TV license will rise by two per cent as of April 1st.
2 March 2010, 13:06
The BBC has revealed plans to slash its radio, television and online services as part of a strategic review billed as the biggest shake-up in the corporation's 88-year history.
26 February 2010, 16:52
Reports suggest that the BBC will make sweeping reductions in services, including plans to shut down two radio stations and cut back web services by 50 per cent.