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TV, like football, still has a long way to go to achieve equality.
Innovation on back burner as VoD distribution takes precedence
Judging the candidates to become BBC director of Vision is a tricky task, writes Lisa Campbell.
Creative credentials make Entwistle the right man for the job.
ITV sends out ‘volume’ message at forum as Sky comes knocking.
Issues of race, age and gender need to be driven from the top.
Jubilee backlash is a reflection of our soundbite society.
Long hours and poor management are bad for freelancers – and TV.
Gerri Gossage speaks up for BBC singing competition The Voice UK.
Latest restructure looks a good move for BBC in-house and indies.
Broadcasters struggle to make an impact in ‘market failure genre’.
Viewers will receive unprecendented coverage of the Games.
C4 should be applauded for making mental health mainstream.
It may be unfashionable to say, but Sky is now setting the agenda.
Jumpy pictures aside, Leveson has put a hot potato back on menu.
Innovation around ‘documentary’ making should be celebrated.
New generation of hybrid genres provides opportunities – and threats.
At the MipTV market in Cannes this week, television appears to be turning its back on the theatre of cruelty in favour of more uplifting formats, writes Broadcast editor Lisa Campbell .
Directors UK’s long-sought BBC agreement was worth the wait.
Indie Survey reveals booming global sales are boosting bottom lines
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