BPG In the News – December 8, 2008

Push to stimulate broadband market – Financial Times

Lord Carter told the Broadcasting Press Guild it was vital the UK made sure there was universal access to broadband and that. […] [Read more…]

Jump on the Brand wagon – Plymouth Evening Herald

Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards, Best TV Performer at the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards – and he was also vo. […] [Read more…]

BBC’s Chris Moyles forced to say sorry after suggesting Poles make good prostitutes (Daily Mail)

Chris Moyles has been forced to apologise for appearing to suggest on his BBC Radio 1 show that Poles make good prostitutes. The DJ claims he did not mean to insult Polish women. [Read more…]

Door still open for new broadcasting legislation, says Lord Carter – Guardian Unlimited

The new communications minister, Lord Carter, has said that the government could still introduce new broadcasting legislation next year, despite no bill being listed in yesterday’s … [Read more…]

Door still open for new broadcasting laws, says Lord Carter – guardian.co.uk

“The funding issues around public service broadcasting and public service conten. […] [Read more…]

Minister says top speeds overplayed – Broadband TV News

Speaking to the Broadcasting Press Guild in London, Lord Carter, the Minister for Communications, Techno. […] [Read more…]

BBC war correspondent visits Perth – Press and Journal

Her numerous honours include three RTS awards, the Bafta Richard Dimbleby Award,
and the Broadcasting Press Guild’s A. […] [Read more…]

Gav Is In Firing Line – Glasgow Daily Record

Series two of the this hit rom-com grabbed three British Comedy Awards, a Broadcasting Press Guild
Award and a South Bank Show Awar. […] [Read more…]

Ofcom chief: ‘Recession makes PSB questions urgent’ – Press Gazette

Ofcom chief: ‘Recession makes PSB questions urgent Speaking on the public service review at a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch earlier this month, ITV ex. […] [Read more…]

AIB recognises Media Excellence – Broadband TV News

AIB recognises Media Excellence … a second career as the presenter of hard-hitting documentaries that has previously seen his work recognised by BAFTA and. […] [Read more…]

Jamie Oliver – Carte Blanche On Swearing For Jamie Oliver (ContactMusic)

Jamie Oliver will not be told to steer clear of swearing in his upcoming series, according to Channel 4.ITV chairman Michael Grade had recently criticised … [Read more…]


Speaking earlier this month at a London meeting of the Broadcasting Press Guild in. […] [Read more…]

No C4 curbs on Oliver’s language (BBC News)

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver will not be asked to cut down his swearing in his latest series, Channel 4 says. [Read more…]