Is streaming changing the way we watch sport? Amol Rajan is joined by Simon Denyer, Chief Executive of DAZN Group and Richard Broughton an expert in sports broadcasting from Ampere Analysis. Also in the show Yvonne Thomas, the new boss of The Radio Academy on why the radio industry must diversify or die, Jane Graham writer and former BBC radio producer and Geoffrey Thomas QC on why Non Disclosure Agreements threaten freedom of speech.
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Former editor of The Times and director of BBC News on his new "slow news" venture
Facebook announces new rules on political ads, and Tortoise promises 'open journalism'.
Journalist Jamal Khashoggi is missing after a visit to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
Boss of the US conglomerate on dealing with Netflix - and his favourite Channel 5 shows
How Theresa May deals with the press - and the outlets who claim she avoids them
A giant of the record industry talks about music's shift to digital and his own career
A BBC team uncovered the truth behind a video the Cameroon government called fake news.
Social media meets reality in Channel 4's new show The Circle
Sky News have hired Mark Austin to present a new 5pm show.
Why The New Yorker has backtracked on an interview with Steve Bannon.
Louise Pentland has built an audience of millions via YouTube and Instagram.
Why the Metro and the TLS are bucking the trend and increasing their readers.
The BBC will not appeal the High Court judgement in the Cliff Richard's privacy case.
YouTube, Facebook and Apple have banned content from US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.
The Guardian has run an investigation paid for by Greenpeace.
Dan Snow's new history streaming service aims to cut out regular channels. Will it work?
Sir Cliff Richard has won his BBC privacy case. What does it mean for journalism?
Latest figures show that men still dominate the BBC's list of highest paid stars.
England's success is a boon for the media but where's the line between journalist and fan?