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Champions League could be a game-changer, writes Kate Bulkley
Limitations on formats aren’t all black and white, says Kate Bulkley
YouTube and Netflix deals point to clear objective, says Kate Bulkley
Virgin Media is set for Liberty-ification, says Kate Bulkley
IBC highlights what’s in store for broadcasting, says Kate Bulkley
The MCN’s IPO is a fascinating development, says Kate Bulkley
OTT services are changing the TV landscape, says Kate Bulkley
All3Media is taking the lead in testing new formats, says Kate Bulkley
Bridging TV and online gap will attract millennials, says Kate Bulkley
Cross-platform tracking will change the game, writes Kate Bulkley
Why were there no TV creatives at Cannes Lions asks Kate Bulkley
Bigballs is helping to create a new kind of television, says Kate Bulkley
Will ITV and C4’s different approaches both pay off asks Kate Bulkley.
Even MPs can see the industry has changed forever, says Kate Bulkley.
Branded content for mobiles looks like a win-win, says Kate Bulkley
Content market reveals a shift in thinking, says Kate Bulkley
FilmFlex sale could attract multiple suitors, says Kate Bulkley
Broadcasters should learn from Ocado’s model, says Kate Bulkley
Liberty’s plans for VM reflect rise of online content, says Kate Bulkley
John Malone cuts an imposing figure, both physically – he is a barrel-chested man with a deep, penetrating voice – and in the cut and thrust of business, where he has proved himself a tough and opportunistic deal-maker.
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