Episode 18 : Kids TV tax breaks, Times profit shocker


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Olly Mann presents media industry analysis and gossip with Lemonade Money creative director Faraz Osman and Matt Deegan of Funkids Radio and Folder Media.
The Media Podcast - Presented by Olly MannAs the government reveals a long-awaited tax break for children’s television, what impact will this have on both the BBC and commercial sector?
Vodafone raises prospects of a spending spree with a quad-play service involving Virgin Media and possibly Blinkbox.
After a recent cull of theatre critics at national papers, one professional reviewer speaks out. Also as the Times and Sunday Times make a profit for the first time since 2001, is it a vindication of the paywall?
Plus there’s a media quiz in which an infamous Chris Morris fable is stated as fact, but our producer doesn’t have the heart to correct the panel.
A PPM Production, produced by Matt Hill.
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