Tag: Channel 4
TV tax fright, ‘nepo baby’ trends & Love Productions’ Richard McKerrow
Media news and analysis – CEO of Love Productions Richard McKerrow joins us to discuss his brand new series for Channel 4: The Piano. Plus he shares an update on how the search for Matt Lucas’ replacement on Bake Off is going…
(Another) Government Shake Up, tales from GrowthLab & Iger’s plans for Disney
The UK Culture Ministry goes from DCMS back to CMS, and receives its twelfth Secretary in as many years as Lucy Frazer replaces Michelle Donelan.
Media Predictions 2023
Will Bezos return to Amazon? Will there be less rooms for mags at WHSmith? And will Channel 4 sell Horseferry Road this year? Yes, it’s our EIGHTH annual predictions special, looking into the media trends of 2023, with: Faraz Osman, Gold Wala Tara Conlan, Media journalist Maggie Brown, Media Writer and Channel 4 historian Dan…
Where next for Ch4? Outrage at media arrests, Gary Lineker & Tony Pastor on Goalhanger Podcasts
Gary Lineker and Tony Pastor, co-founders of Goalhanger Films and Podcasts, talk about their top-hitting shows and covering the upcoming Qatar World Cup.
New PM, new media policy? Plus BBC’s news consolidation & inaugural Audio Lab podcasts
A special LIVE edition recorded from the rooftop of The Broadcaster at the Television Centre. Matt is joined by UK Press Gazette Editor Charlotte Tobitt to explore what Boris Johnson’s exit means for the Government’s media agenda – has Channel 4 been reprieved? The BBC sets out plans for a consolidated TV news channel launching…
The Rise of Disney+, BAFTA Gossip & Multitrack Audio Fellowship
Disney+ has a stellar March Quarter while Netflix announces an ad-tier. Matt Deegan is joined by business journalist and media commentator Kate Bulkley and Heat Magazine Entertainment Director Boyd Hilton to explain where the streaming wars are headed next. Also on the programme: we hear from audio producer Arlie Adlington about the practical steps charity…
Goodbye to Horseferry Rd? Plus ARIAs & newsroom shakeups
Channel 4 offers to sell its London HQ and move North in a bid to save itself from privatisation- will an alternative plan win over the government? Media news and analysis, this week with radio veteran Trevor Dann and media writer Scott Bryan. Also on the programme: we look through the winners and losers at…
Channel 4: Born Risky – but will it stay that way?
What could a privatised Channel 4 look like for the independent programme makers that supply it… and the viewers that watch it?
The Price of BBC Cuts & Tortoise Turning 3
Are the problems at the BBC’s We Are England strand the sign of things to come? The Guardian’s Jim Waterson explains. As the newsroom startup raises another £10m, the co-founder of Tortoise, James Harding talks to Matt Deegan about slow news, startups and paid memberships. Elsewhere, Paramount Plus is coming – how does it fit…
Media Predictions 2022
Find out why our panel think this is the year for aVODs, a worrying time for 5live, the pressure off for Channel 4 and who will replace Andrew Marr.