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When the BBC wades into commercial territory, nobody wins.
Our campaign is off to a good start - now the comes the hard part.
Campaigns for tax breaks and more female experts need support.
Treasury must listen to the cause of British animation and drama.
UKTV has followed Sky 1 in investing in mainstream comedy - now it’s time for the terrestrials to follow suit.
The Jubilee will be a traditional affair – has the BBC got it right?
The campaign to get more female experts on TV starts here.
Quality drama, comedy and entertainment keep viewers gripped.
Government must not railroad broadcasters into lending support.
Netflix and BBC archive project could shake up on-demand.
We must have the means to track diversity to tackle the lack of it.
Taking a short-term view is not the answer to long-term creativity.
Charter renewal is a chance to reshape the BBC for the future.
Suppliers have a right to know much is being spent across genres.
The key message from the Media Summit is ‘partner with rivals’.
Broadcaster needs programmes that pack a punch to attract key audience.
Netflix may find it hard going in the UK, but the market is developing.
Foreign subsidies make it impossible for UK animators to compete.
BBC report will not be the final word on changes at the broadcaster.
The BBC has done well to cut 20% without dropping services, but plenty of challenges remain, writes Lisa Campbell.
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