There’s uncertainty in traditional media as The Independent closes its print edition at the end of March, the BBC breaks down the barriers between TV, radio and online; Olly Mann is joined by Matt Deegan (Creative Director, Folder Media) and Professor Lis Howell (Director of Broadcasting, City University London) to explain what will happen next.
This time last year, Olly Mann sat down with the great and good of the media industry to find out what they thought would happen in 2015. In this special episode, not only do we hear their predictions for this year, but haul them over the coals for what they got right about the past twelve months.
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?
The Hospital Club. This week, David Schneider and David Levin discuss writing tweets for tv shows such as Have I Got News For You with their agency That Lot.
The latest media news and comment, recorded at The Hospital Club. This week Olly Mann is joined by Folder Media’s Matt Deegan and metro.co.uk’s deputy editor Alex Hudson to discuss The Voice’s potential move to ITV and the press campaign for Freedom of Information (you have until the 20th Nov to submit your opinion here).
The latest media news and unmediated opinion, recorded at The Hospital Club. This week Olly Mann is joined by journalist (and Fleet St Fox) Susie Boniface and Steve Ackerman, managing director of content company Somethin’ Else.
Guardian Edinburgh International TV Festival, How Not To Pitch a Show is a masterclass in the pitfalls of the pitch room. Chaired by Alex Connock, managing director Shine North and featuring Jonathan Stadlen, managing director Knickerbockerglory; Syeda Irtizaali, commissioning editor for entertainment Channel 4; Karen Smith, managing director Tuesday’s Child; Mark Linsey, deputy director BBC Television.