From Piers Morgan to ITV, Hewlett’s verdict will be missed
Sales of adapted set-top boxes are a new threat to the film and TV industry, says Christopher Schouten
The Media Show presenter hosted with incisiveness, enthusiasm, humour and authority
Is the genre in danger of going off the rails? asks Stephen Arnell
Can Fincham and Hincks balance their ambition for Expectation?
Why are TV and film bodies are dragging their heels over this crucial issue, asks Michael Foster
Giles Pilbrow, creator of ITV’s puppet-based topical comedy Newzoids, discusses the daunting legacy of Spitting Image. As a producer and writer, his previous credits include Have I Got News For You, Mock The Week, 2DTV and Spitting Image itself.
Learning to engage with audiences differently is key, says Kate Bulkley
Gritty UK and glossy US shows can sit side by side on Comedy Central, says Louise Holmes
Shaking up the schedules and taking risks is the order of the day
If TV is to thrive in the digital era, broadcasters need to take bold steps, says Nick Walters
It’s been 25 years since Jools Holland ambled into shot and introduced the first artists to appear on Later – a quartercentury of steadfastness in a world of music that never stands still.
Reality TV spawned this dystopian nightmare, says Steven D Wright
Resolution to conflict was inevitable, but how long will it last?
Immersive technology will transform how we make natural history, says Erfan Saadati
Television must resist the urge to ride the wave of populism, says Dan Whitehead
“This was talking point TV – lively, engaging, doubtless a conversation-starter on sofas nationwide.”
“Try CNN, it’s like Sky on speed. Everyone’s talking a million miles an hour.”
It’s all about green-lighting projects at speed, says Kate Bulkley
Are Amazon and Netflix moving closer to traditional broadcasters?
Staying in business for 30 years isn’t easy, say Alan Marke and Jim Reid
Voice-controlled intelligent assistants were all the rage this year, says Mark Harrison
US offers an example for broadcasters unwilling to take a chance
Sky failed to learn from past controversies about depictions of real-life stars, says Stephen Arnell
Amazon’s voice control app Alexa was a powerful presence at CES, says Mark Harrison
Globes mark tipping point for Netflix and Amazon, says Kate Bulkley
Women directors have set the tone for Paul Abbott’s comedy-drama, says Martin Carr
Trust, understanding and respect are key in the globalised industry, says Paul Heaney
Genre’s domination could turn TV into a two-tier medium
A former reality show host was elected US president and we lost several TV greats, but there was some brilliant telly too
Fox needs Sky to compete with global digital players
The industry will look back on 2016 as a time of radical change
How Raw generated 8.5m Facebook views from unused footage from Cutting Edge film One Killer Punch.
David Bergg replacement has a hard act to follow - but linear TV is in rude health, says Stephen Arnell
Now’s the time to start building relationships
Winning a BBC tender could be transformative for a smaller indie
Audiences are increasingly demanding more experiential viewing, says William Sargent
This year’s WFTV Awards recognise diverse and original talent
Price inflation in drama could be spreading
Small shows can cut through, but beware the cherry-picking
Ensuring firms can continue to work across territories must be a Brexit priority, says Ron Downey
My faith in good ol’ TV has been restored, says Steven D Wright
Finding a show’s humour and tone often takes more than one series, says Alex Smith
Broadcaster is vying for creative renewal amid strong competition
It is vital that we explain complex issues, says Children’s Bafta winner Stuart Porter
It took C4 at its most collaborative to pull off The Last Leg’s election special, says Syeda Irtizaalis
Where Nat Geo has boldy gone, others will follow, says Kate Bulkley
In a gloomy world, viewers are turning to feelgood programmes
In an age of austerity, perhaps we should put value in content over form, says John Lloyd
Drama with humour works better than comedy, says Stephen Arnell
There are those who talk about Final Cut Pro X and there are those that use Final Cut Pro X, says Rory Cantwell
Strong factual community can capitalise on shock Trump win, says Chris Curtis
Context is everything for AT&T/Time Warner merger, says Kate Bulkley
Hybrid structure is needed to straddle commercial and PSB worlds
The former Sky chief operating officer analyses why the pay-TV operator and SVoD giant have failed to make friends.
Studio formats and comedy chat shows are hot on drama’s heels
My stint on stage makes me want more, says Steven D Wright
Statistics don’t reveal the full picture, but still raise important questions, says David Graham
ITV2’s Fresh season is giving people what they want by diversifying content, says Fraser Ayres
The Pact Council needs everyone from start-ups to TV veterans, says Laura Mansfield
Liberty is switching strategy to keep up with rivals, says Kate Bulkley
Mood upbeat as opportunities abound despite glut of indie start-ups, says Chris Curtis
Raised By Wolves could get a new lease of life - but Caitlin Moran has already had to learn a few lessons about the etiquette of crowd-funding
Mipcom is the biggest international television event of the year and Broadcast, with our increased focus on the international sector, has responded by dedicating an 88-page issue – one of the biggest of the year – to all things global.
The market has changed, but Cannes continues to be the place to strike deals, says Ben Barrett
Brexit changes everything, but it’s not all gloom, says Frank Radice