Media - Archive

April 2019 articles

US tabloid newspaper The National Enquirer, which admitted paying hush money to get President Donald Trump elected, has been [...]

19 April

The Museum of English Rural Life has adopted Elon Musk's Twitter display picture, after the Tesla CEO decided to take their sheep [...]

18 April

Netflix expects its subscriber growth rate to weaken in the coming months, as upcoming US price rises for its TV streaming site [...]

17 April

Social media giants must limit their collection of personal data from children or face fines of up to £17m, the UK data watchdog [...]

15 April

The war against fake news on social media has been raging since 2016, though it wasn’t until January this year that Facebook [...]

15 April

Boris Johnson breached standards guidelines when he claimed that a no-deal Brexit was “by some margin preferred by the British [...]

12 April

Disney is set to take on the might of Netflix and Amazon with a new streaming service - Disney Plus -  which it announced last [...]

12 April

Media firm Entertainment One has acquired film and TV score production firm Audio Network for £178m as it looks to beef up its [...]

11 April

The decision by the Ecuadorian government to end Julian Assange’s diplomatic immunity and the Australian’s arrest by the [...]

11 April

Netflix is teaming up with US broadcasting giant Sirius XM to launch a new a new radio channel airing clips from its stand-up [...]

11 April

Murdoch-owned newspapers The Times and The Sunday Times will be allowed to merge subject to governance changes, the government [...]

11 April

The Economist is set to launch a new technology innovation unit in Birmingham as it looks to boost in-house support for its digital [...]

11 April

US telecoms giant AT&T has denied reports it is exploring the sale of HBO’s European division in a bid to slash its $170bn [...]

10 April

Warner Brothers is taking legal action against US President Donald Trump after he posted a video on Twitter that used music from [...]

10 April

The secondary market for buying tickets to gigs, music festivals, and sports events is in a mess. [...]

10 April