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It’s not just TV and film companies that are competing for graduates with digital skills, says Louise Brown
Sky is making some smart moves in its channel repositioning, but its mainstream offerings remain a mixed bag, says Stephen Arnell
Libel laws could yet offer a way for Sky to broadcast controversial doc Going Clear, says lawyer Sarah Webb
Sustainable production is getting easier all the time. It’s time to make it the norm for our industry, says Hattie Park
Ben Stephenson’s departure and the end of Downton spell a new chapter for broadcasters vying for the week’s biggest drama slot, writes Stephen Arnell
Sky will need to find savings after eye-watering football investment
Drama has demonstrated the ambition and quality viewers can expect
“Well I stuck with #Fortitude and thought it was really good. Except for the pig. Didn’t like the pig bit”
Reality TV is ahead of other genres when it comes to diversity, says Gurinder Chadha
Sky’s Emma Lloyd says it is vital to capitalise on new technologies, no matter where they originate
Pistorius trial has opened up the debate, says Simon Bucks
David Abraham misses the point on retransmission fees, says Sky’s Graham McWilliam
Stuart Murphy anticipates ‘creative bounce’ from Sky’s diversity targets
Tami Hoffman says few women experts have commented on the year’s biggest news story.
The question that I get asked most frequently at work is ‘what is the next Killing or The Bridge?’
Bringing Eva back to life took more legwork than expected, explains Attracta McLaughlin
Expert Women campaign is making a difference, says Sky News editor Tami Hoffman
Ben Dowell on the issues of 24 hour news culture
ITV sends out ‘volume’ message at forum as Sky comes knocking.
There has always been passing mention of BT around sports rights but commentators were left dumbfounded when the telecoms giant snapped up Premier League rights, writes Robert Charles .
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