Conor is chief executive of Media Business Insight, a business information, publishing and events company with a focus on the global creative and media sectors.
MBI's portfolio of eight brands cover TV, film and advertising and marketing services and connects more than 100,000 creative and commercial media leaders around the world.
The group includes Broadcast, Screen International, shots, ALF, BRAD, The Knowledge, KFTV and Production Intelligence, reaching users in more than 50 international markets.
The creation of 19 local TV stations will “rewrite the rules” of TV production, according to a panel at the Edinburgh TV Festival.
Nigel Morris, investigations producer for BBC London, died just before Christmas from cancer aged 44.
EDINBURGH: A new Conservative government would force the BBC to reveal the amount it pays stars like Jonathan Ross, Ed Vaizey, the Tory shadow minister for culture told the Edinburgh International TV Festival today (Friday).
James Murdoch’s MacTaggart speech has sparked a debate in which the BBC must get more involved, writes Conor Dignam.
- The Broadcast Interview
BBC Worldwide chief executive Rupert Gavin presides over a global empire of television, publishing and music interests. He talks to Conor Dignam about the Communications Bill and why he has no truck with those who cry foul over the success of his business