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Charles Wace’s gamble on Devon-based Twofour has paid off, says Lisa Campbell
Mipcom highlighted global demand for homegrown productions says Chris Curtis
Every time Skillset’s census emerges, the industry professes shock and disappointment
The Million Second Quiz hints at the future for big broadcasters says Lisa Campbell
UK should follow US lead in giving fresh talent an opportunity, says Lisa Campbell
The future governance of the BBC requires a considered debate says Lisa Campbell
Women are conspicuous by their absence from new BBC dramas says Lisa Campbell
C4 goes on the defensive, but all broadcasters pledge reviews, says Lisa Campbell
There are some serious failings in the process of making TV, from initial meetings to TX, says Lisa Campbell
Indies and commissioners must iron out issues once and for all says Chris Curtis
Sporting rivalries will be put in the shade by BT Sport and Sky says Chris Curtis
Relations between indies and broadcasters must be improved says Lisa Campbell
Licence fee payers deserve better than more spending scandals, says Lisa Campbell
New and established talent must survive trial by social media, says Lisa Campbell
The conversation must continue to improve indie relationships, says Lisa Campbell
Charlotte Moore’s appointment could be just what the BBC needs.
With appetite for change growing, is zero tolerance the answer asks Lisa Campbell.
BBC must not let failure force it to shy away from taking risks, says George Bevir
Bringing back Modern Times can only be a good thing for TV, says Lisa Campbell.
Moves into production are shifting the balance of power in TV, says Chris Curtis.
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