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Shaking up the schedules and taking risks is the order of the day
Resolution to conflict was inevitable, but how long will it last?
Are Amazon and Netflix moving closer to traditional broadcasters?
US offers an example for broadcasters unwilling to take a chance
Genre’s domination could turn TV into a two-tier medium
Winning a BBC tender could be transformative for a smaller indie
Small shows can cut through, but beware the cherry-picking
Broadcaster is vying for creative renewal amid strong competition
In a gloomy world, viewers are turning to feelgood programmes
Strong factual community can capitalise on shock Trump win, says Chris Curtis
Hybrid structure is needed to straddle commercial and PSB worlds
Studio formats and comedy chat shows are hot on drama’s heels
Mood upbeat as opportunities abound despite glut of indie start-ups, says Chris Curtis
Traditional broadcasters are seeing the benefits of Netflix and Co
Long-running series are key in an increasingly on-demand world
Tension high as two potential future DGs went head to head, says Chris Curtis
Tendering is another key change in relationship with indies
Bake Off deal could be a decisive moment for indies and IP owners, says Chris Curtis
Horse mystery drama is a sign of fresh opportunities for kids’ indies, says Peter White
Challenge of how to engage younger viewers remains pertinent
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