The petition calls for ITV to take action following Wednesday’s (Aug 29th) Loose Women which saw a clash between guest Kim Woodburn and two Nolan sisters, regulars of the programme.
More than 3000 have complained to Ofcom about yesterday afternoon’s edition, while a petition to have Coleen Nolan sacked from the lowbrow debate series has gained nearly 5000 signatures.
Emmerdale actress Natalie Anderson has defended the show’s on-going sexual assault storyline.
Fox News website has published the video which shows Islamic State burning alive Jordanian pilot Muadh al-Kasasbeh.
Sharon White has been named as new Chief Executive of Ofcom.
Hollyoaks has superseded EastEnders to become the UK’s most violent soap opera, according to lengthy research undertaken by Ofcom. The media watchdog found the teen saga now has 11.5 violent scenes per hour, a significant increase on 2.1 per hour in 2002. By comparison the violence in EastEnders has decreased from 6.1 scenes per hour in 2002 to 2.1 per hour today. Ofcom’s research team deduced that pushing, prodding and grabbing were the most
Television regulator Ofcom has accepted the BBC Trust’s proposal to lower the quota of how much original BBC content CBeebies needs to air.
Channel 5 has been found in breach of Ofcom rules following an incident between two housemates in Big Brother last summer.
Ofcom has axed plans to launch a regional television station in Bangor after only one company showed an interest in the area – and findings revealed it would be unlikely to sustain decent advertising revenue.
Channel 4 Television, the commercial public service broadcaster has had its licence to transmit renewed for a decade. The broadcaster also has seen some changes to its licence obligations, notably to produce more programmes outside of England.