<![CDATA[In our last show of 2015, Faraz Osman (MD, Lemonade Money) and broadcast consultant Paul Robinson discuss how privatisation might change Channel 4’s public service mission. Lord Grade thinks it will be for the better – and with record breaking tv advertising revenues predicted this year, could he be right?
Also on the programme, the panel wave farewell to Alan Yentob, rate ITV chief exec Adam Crozier’s performance in front of MPs and hail the Radio Academy’s new entrants to the Hall of Fame.
Plus, in the increasingly tenuous Media Quiz, it’s an APOLOGY SPECIAL. What corrections and clarifications have the UK’s media made this week?
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One response to “Episode 41 – Would Channel 4 Survive Privatisation?”
[…] with no filter (an advantage of being independent). I recommend you listen to episode 41 ‘Would Channel 4 Survive Privatisation?’ The broadcasters discuss how privatisation could affect the public service purpose. Let me know […]