More stories in the latest issue:
LOOK HUW'S TALKING
The Mail and Sun both reported on Huw Edwards' blog defending the BBC's election coverage – but they omitted to mention the parts that criticised them.
LIVE AND SLIPPING
Channel 4's Alternative Election Night was hammered by critics and managed to attract a sorry average of just 240,000 viewers.
TUNE IN, TURN OFF
Simon Cowell prides himself on delivering a youthful audience for ITV, but The X Factor was beaten in the ratings by Question Time and a Channel 5 show.
YouTube has unveiled new policies to protect users from abuse and threats – but its CEO admits the platform will still let plenty of harmful content through.
Chaos at the British Darts Organisation (BDO), which has moved its world championship to a larger venue but has struggled to sell tickets.
Uber has been advertising generous “festive tip matching” – coincidentally just days after it lost its London licence, meaning it now needs to get drivers onside.
PLUS: Dumb Britain, Ad Nauseam, Anti-Social Media, Desperate Marketing & more.