Episode 24 – Oborne vs The Telegraph, Radio Academy changes and Guardian hustings

<![CDATA[Olly Mann presents media industry insight with the help of James Robinson of Powerscourt PR and Matt Kelly, group digital director at newspaper group Local World.

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The Media Podcast - Presented by Olly MannThis week: In the aftermath of resignations, accusations and a full-blooded attack on other papers by the Telegraph, how should print journalists treat the relationship between editorial and advertising? Did a golden age of editorial integrity ever exist on Fleet Street?
As Radio 1 boss Ben Cooper announces a new strategy and a new chair for the beleaguered Radio Academy, he tells The Media Podcast why change is necessary.
Plus there’s more on the Guardian’s search for a new editor-in-chief and why overnight ratings might be a thing of the past at the BBC.
A PPM Production, produced by Matt Hill.
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