It isn't just politicians: experts, business representatives, even academics quoted in the media are more likely to be male.
A new genre of political media is influencing people that mainstream commentators seem unable to reach.
When an election looms, some politicians reach for the easy 'crackdown' on Travellers and Gypsies to win over core voters.
Which messages and formats are cutting through the most?
The UK's public broadcaster is struggling to maintain its values in a news environment being remade by digital technology.
BBC presenter John Humphrys seems to think the school of hard knocks is superior to academe. He's wrong.
Space scientists win first award for academic authors who have made a series of outstanding contributions to The Conversation in the UK.
Film-makers need to be both careful and sensitive with their choice of subject matter.
Nearing the end of his second and final term, the founding chair of The Conversation UK considers the role of universities in the news media environment.
Is public discourse in the UK shifting to the right? It certainly seems to be.
Years before 'fake news' was a thing, Jowell saw media education as a crucial life skill.
Since it was acquired by Trinity Mirror the newspaper has new editor and a completely different attitude towards immigration.
The UK media failed to challenge the government narrative of austerity despite its failure to revive the economy.
As a co-founder, and Chief Executive of The Conversation in the UK, Max Landry learned a great deal. He is moving on, but leaves best wishes for the future of a project that remains dear to him.
Boycotts can bring backlashes – and back tracking.
It's not always easy to tell when someone's out to fool you on the internet, but there are some simple tools you can use.
It's not a witch hunt, it's not a joke and it really does matter.
Five decades after its launch, BBC Local Radio faces an existential crisis and needs energy and vision to secure its future.
Once, only the elite were allowed to be stressed. Now, the term has been democratised. But to whose benefit?
For the British press, the car crash that killed the Diana rewrote the rules on reporting celebrity deaths.