Episode 84 – The Death of Soho, APAs 2017 and Children’s Repeats

<![CDATA[News, analysis and gossip from the creative media industries with Olly Mann. This week Lisa Campbell (director, Edinburgh International TV Festival) and Paul Robinson (broadcast consultant) discuss what counts as a new production in children’s TV – how often can broadcasters repeat a show before the young audience cottons on?
Amid ongoing claims of harassment at Amazon Studios, will a $250m quest to adapt Lord Of The Rings pay off?
Plus: A rundown of the winners at the Audie Awards, the case for and against net neutrality and the pros and cons of cutting in Soho.
And there’s corectins and clrificaions – oops, that’s correction and clarifications – to be made in the Media Quiz.
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