Episode 31 – Broadcast Backs the Beeb, Lineker’s BT Transfer and Creative Week 2015 – The Media Podcast with Olly Mann

<![CDATA[Olly Mann is joined by Moz Dee (Contented Media) and Jake Kanter (Broadcast Magazine) to discuss the biggest stories of the week, including key insights from Creative Week 2015.

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ep30In this week’s show: Jake Kanter explains why Broadcast has launched a campaign offering ‘qualified support’ for the BBC during its Royal Charter renewal negotiations.
Also, in the week that BBC director of television Danny Cohen spelt out the dangers of cutting the licence fee, the panel discuss the threats to programming on BBC4 and the latest commissioning news from BBC Three as it prepares for a potential move online.
Plus, Olly, Jake and Moz consider Gary Lineker’s potential part-time gig at BT Sport – does it water down the BBC’s brand? – a public offering for Buzzfeed and the ominous warnings of pre-rolls at Netflix.
The Media Podcast is a PPM Production, produced by Matt Hill.
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