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Innovations are exciting, but BBC needs to establish itself quickly, says Broadcast editor Chris Curtis
‘Box-set’ docs show the way to compete with the best of scripted
Industry must have its say over government’s privatisation plans
BBC’s decision to safeguard drama demands greater scrutiny
Things are moving in the right direction, but more must be done
Sky is playing for high stakes drama, while entertainment is key for ITV
Finding a way to ensure it is striking the right balance seems fair
British TV exports are growing, but imports are important too
Sky looks to the future as Stuart Murphy era comes to a close
Time will be needed to assess the director of television’s legacy
Growing strength of VoD operators gives Mipcom reason to cheer
Channel 4 execs weren’t the only ones who were surprised.
Broadcasters must pay more than lip service to risk-taking pledges
Charter renewal shouldn’t just be about where it can make cuts, says Chris Curtis
‘Multichannel’ badge is becoming redundant as industry evolves
Whittingdale’s words were welcome, but BBC is right to be wary
The BBC’s future will be on everyone’s lips at this year’s festival
TV may have moved on from The Word, but risk-taking is essential
Will overseas interest convince the government to explore a sale, asks Chris Curtis?
Under pressure to evolve but heartland subjects seem to work best
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