Episode 33 – BBC Three cut gets Trust approval – The Media Podcast with Olly Mann

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As the BBC Trust approves plans to move youth channel BBC Three online, what impact will this have on young viewers and on the corporation’s hopes for a favourable renegotiation of its Royal Charter?
Yonderland’s main writer Larry Rickard discusses the return of the series to Sky One, and a few hints as to what we can expect from Tracey Ullman’s new BBC show.
Plus, the panel discuss Trinity Mirror’s plans to buy the Express newspapers, Neil Wallis’ acquittal from all phone hacking charges and we fix three broken formats in another Media Podcast Quiz.
The Media Podcast is a PPM Production, produced by Matt Hill.
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