James Harding, the director of news and current affairs at the BBC, will stand down at the beginning of 2018.
BBC Arabic and Arabsat have renewed their agreement to distribute the channel on Arabsat BADR-4 at 26 degrees East which covers the entire MENA region and most of Western Europe.
BBC R&D has announced plans for an interactive audio drama for Google Home and Amazon Alexa.
Tierwelt live, a new video-on-demand-service (VOD) covering nature, animals and habitat, has launched in Germany.
BBC research into the virtual reality has found initially dim expectations turned into excitement about the medium.
The BBC has announced its biggest investment in children’s services in a generation, allocating an additional £34 million across three years to 2019/20, over and above existing budgets.
Former BBC Economics Editor Stephanie Flanders to lead a new unit called Bloomberg Economics. She starts in October and will be based in the London office.
The BBC is reaching a record weekly audience of 372 million across the globe, representing a year on year increase of 7 per cent.
The principle behind the sign in for iPlayer is one of wanting “a more reciprocal, personalised and engaged experience for our viewers”, according to David Ball, distribution and business development, BBC.
The BBC working to establish a partnership with a Latvian broadcaster to carry its TV news bulletin.