Episode 152 – BBC Moves 400 Jobs Outside London; Facebook Settles Australian News Feud; Society Of Editors Exec Steps Down After Harry And Meghan Interview

Olly Mann is joined by journalist, broadcaster and one half of Fortunately…, Jane Garvey and the managing director of Folder Media and co-founder of the British Podcast Awards, Matt Deegan.

This week: The BBC announces plans to shift programmes and networks around the UK but will audiences see and hear a difference? 

As Facebook ends its feud with the Australian government and news providers, what does it mean for British publications?

Also: Where and when might Piers Morgan appear next, and who should replace him behind Good Morning Britain’s newsdesk?

The Society of Editors’ loses its executive director in the aftermath of Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah. And, in the Media Podcast Quiz, we drive through a chicane of news… in celebration of F1’s most famous voice.

A PPM / Rethink Audio Production, produced by Peter Price and Matt Hill.


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