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Thursday 23 July 2020, PM

Do Manchester's 'metropolitan elite' feel pandered to by BBC?

On BBC Radio Manchester on Wednesday morning, its septuagenarian phone-in presenter Mike Sweeney was discussing public sector pay increases. Drinking a latte outside an Italian deli in Didsbury, Paul Hartley, a former local BBC presenter turned aircraft dispatcher, was cross. - www.theguardian.com

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Wednesday 22 July 2020, PM

David vs Goliath

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The great RAJAR pause of 2020

The radiated a program with broadcast bionics created of the bionic studio the smarter way to make radio hello, I'm Stuart Clarkson coming up this week on the radio Today programme as Rachel announces a Pause will find out what it means for the next rajar data release and they could change the proc…

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BBC announces £12 million diversity budget for radio – RadioToday

The money covers new programmes commissioned by its national radio stations and BBC Sounds from 2021-22 - and will be able for both independent production companies and in-house BBC teams to compete for. Other projects to increase diversity include BAME workforce targets for every team in BBC Radio and Music, the 50/50 project for gender diversity among on-air contributors being extended to include ethnicity and disability, and ensuring a more diverse range of decision-makers in commissioning teams. - radiotoday.co.uk

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Friday 17 July 2020, PM

17/07/2020

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Thursday 16 July 2020, AM

The BBC has to stay distinctive if it wants to remain relevant

BBC Wales has tried to marry these two problematic issues - programming which represents Wales and which also appeals to a younger audience. BBC Wales has also commissioned a series of podcasts and launched BBC Sesh, where producers work with young talent, allowing them to find their voice, particularly in the field of comedy. - www.business-live.co.uk

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Wednesday 15 July 2020, PM

Company AT800 explains why Freeview in Brighton was down

This can cause TV interference because the signals sit next to the frequencies used by Freeview. Mobile phone operators have been rolling out the new fourth-generation mobile networks to provide faster wireless broadband. - www.theargus.co.uk

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Who cares about local news?

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts from BBC Radio 4 is tiktok new Huawei last week Mike pompeo the US Secretary of State said the app tiktok that is put your private information in the hands of the Chinese Communist Party and the trump administration was considering a ban then on Friday Amazon email s…

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The Andrew Neil Show ends as BBC News unveils cuts

The Andrew Neil Show will disappear from BBC schedules as part of cuts to the corporation's news operation. Radio 4 programme In Business will close, as will the Business Live page on the BBC News Website, while bespoke business news bulletins on the BBC News channel will be reduced. - www.bbc.co.uk

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BBC to make 520 job cuts in news department - CityAM : CityAM

The BBC has said it will axe 520 jobs in its news department as a result of the coronavirus crisis, marking 70 more redundancies than the broadcaster had originally planned. - www.cityam.com

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Wednesday 15 July 2020, AM

Iain Lee and Katherine Boyle on their move to Twitch

The radiated a program with broadcast bionics discover the world leading brands at bionic radio hello, I'm Stuart Clarkson coming up this week on the radio Today programme a month or so on from Iain Lee and Katherine Boyle leaving talk radio next week. They start a new version the late night altern…

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Monday 13 July 2020, PM

John Lewis Partners

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Monday 13 July 2020, AM

Best streaming and pay-TV services 2020: Sky, Virgin, Netflix and Amazon Prime compared and ranked

Terrestrial is the term given to broadcast TV signals received by an aerial used by Freeview, satellite is used by Sky sending signals to mini-dishes, cable is used by Virgin and IPTV is a system of streaming live TV over the internet. The Apple TV app is available on Apple's devices, including Macs, iPhones, iPads and the Apple TV streaming box, on a handful of smart TVs from Samsung and LG, plus Amazon's Fire TV and Roku's streaming boxes, but not Android devices or Amazon's Fire tablets. - www.theguardian.com

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Friday 10 July 2020, PM

10/07/2020

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#140 - Times Radio Goes On Air; Media Job Losses; Facebook Boycott

Love This podcast support this show through the HR support a feature. It's up to you. How much you give and there's no regular commitment just hit the link in the description to support now. Hello and welcome to the media podcast. I'm only man on today show Britain has a new national radio station …

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Thursday 09 July 2020, PM

BBC to end free TV licences for most over-75s

The BBC is to end free TV licences for most over-75s after a two month-delay because of coronavirus, it has been announced. The BBC agreed to take on responsibility for funding the scheme as part of the charter agreement hammered out with the government in 2015. - www.theguardian.com

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Wednesday 08 July 2020, PM

Fake news? Meet the fake journalists

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts from BBC Radio 4 you've heard of fake news but what about fake journalists is the most moncur story I've read this week. How a network of completely fictitious journalist doesn't a real news outlets into publishing a pin that were all sympathetic to the foreign polic…

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Wednesday 08 July 2020, AM

RadioToday Roundtable July 2020

The radiated a program with broadcast bionics working with the world's leading broadcasters and equipment suppliers to transform into a technology and workplace edition of the radio today round table and let's see who is virtually around our table starting with Mike hi. It's Michael Hill at I run r…

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Tuesday 07 July 2020, AM

Freesat launches campaign for third generation receivers

Freesat has launched a new ad campaign designed to promote its range of next generation receivers. Reviews for the basic receiver have been mixed while some users have enjoyed the simplicity of the device, others have complained about the user interface and the lack of apps - for example, Freesat uniquely doesn't have All4, following a decision by Channel 4 not to make the service available on Freesat, following a dispute over fees. - rxtvinfo.com

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Monday 06 July 2020, AM

Surviving recession: The class of 2008 on positivity, plan Bs and lateral thinking

Dean Lavender, now head of marketing at The Clean Liquor Co, had the benefit of a clear ambition in 2008 - he wanted to work in FMCG marketing. The tough decision was to abandon my plan A and take the plunge on plan B. Dean Lavender, The Clean Liquor Co. But it was not a good time to be seeking work. - www.marketingweek.com

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Friday 03 July 2020, PM

03/07/2020

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Friday 03 July 2020, AM

European AVODs in ‘consolidation phase' with limited growth, claims report – TBI Vision

The AVOD market in Europe is still in a consolidation phase and, the report concludes, is yet to become a strategic asset. Compared to the rest of the world however, the European AVOD market has been experiencing limited growth, with some operators looking to adopt a hybrid approach similar to many US players. - tbivision.com

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Thursday 02 July 2020, PM

Bauer turns off AM radio services in the West Midlands – RadioToday

The frequencies were most recently used by Absolute Radio Classic Rock but were once home to local services such as BRMB, Beacon Radio, Wyvern, WABC, Xtra AM, Gold and Free Radio 80s. Bauer declined to comment on the reason for the closures when contacted by RadioToday, but did confirm there are no plans to switch off any further services. BBC Radio Scotland also recently turned off its 585kHz frequency, and BBC local radio stations are currently working through a plan of turning off dozens of frequencies. - radiotoday.co.uk

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Thursday 02 July 2020, AM

BBC Local Radio to cut 139 jobs in England

BBC local radio stations in England will lose 139 jobs as the network keeps the simplified schedules it created in March and adds a new all-England late show. Helen Thomas held an all-staff virtual meeting on Thursday morning to communicate the changes with staff. She said the BBC needed to ‘refresh, reinvent and reinvigorate’ as a result of recent events. - radiotoday.co.uk

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Dotty to leave BBC Radio 1Xtra breakfast show this month – RadioToday

BBC Radio 1Xtra's breakfast presenter Dotty is leaving the show at the end of July after six years at the station. Dotty - real name Ashley Charles and also known as Amplify Dot or A.Dot - joined 1Xtra in 2014 and has hosted weekend shows, weekday afternoons and then the 1Xtra Breakfast show since July 2016. - radiotoday.co.uk

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Wednesday 01 July 2020, PM

Times Radio launches and Twitch faces reckoning

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts from BBC Radio 2 very distinct look for you today one of the oldest media Brands in the world the Times is now running a radio station meanwhile one of the world's newest twitch the video game streaming platform owned by Amazon is facing massive crisis caused by old …

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Wednesday 01 July 2020, AM

Times Radio programme director Tim Levell

The radiated a program with broadcast bionics creators of The Bionic studio the smarter way to make radio hello, I'm Stuart Clarkson coming up in just a moment we'll chat to the man in charge of programming at times radio which just launched this week later by Martin is here to talk through the rea…

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Tuesday 30 June 2020, AM

Important channel broadcast changes

From 22 June 2020 changes are being made to the way some channels are currently broadcast. The following channels will be making changes to the way they are broadcast on 22nd June 2020. - www.freeview.co.uk

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500 Mbps broadband at heart of new Virgin packages

Virgin Media has launched a range of new packages for broadband, TV and mobile. Customers who take Virgin Media's top-tier bundle, Ultimate Oomph - which includes two state-of-the-art Virgin TV V6 set-top boxes with 265 TV channels, including Sky Sports HD, Sky Cinema HD and BT Sport Ultimate, plus a SIM with unlimited data and inclusive anytime home phone calls - will also be upgraded from M500 broadband to M600 broadband at no extra cost when the speed tier becomes available. - www.broadbandtvnews.com

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Rupert's radio: can Murdoch's Times Radio compete with the BBC?

On the early evidence, Times Radio most resembled a good-quality karaoke BBC Radio 5 live. Abell's breakfast co-host, Aasmah Mir, has Radio 4 on her BBC CV, but Mir learned her craft at Radio 5 live in her new role, she echoed the youngest BBC speech station's chatty informality. - www.theguardian.com

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Friday 26 June 2020, PM

26/06/2020 Radio 4 Feedback

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts hello just when you think life is going to get a little easier as lockdown is relaxed along the BBC business editor. It's gone from being health emergency one now getting in the foothills of this economic emergence in feedback this week. I'll be talking to Simon Jack…

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#139 - Daily Mail Outshines The Sun; Journalists And Political Unrest; TV Diversity Boost;

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Premier League matches free on TV: How to watch free-to-air games on Sky and Amazon Prime

Again, not necessarily a fixture that the neutral had circled on their calendar at the start of the season, but there were plenty of viewers tuning in to Sky Sports for that 6pm fixture, ahead of Man City vs Arsenal at 8pm. Will Sky be making games available for free The newest entrant to the Premier League right landscape, Amazon Prime has got four matches and they are going to make all four of them available for free, i.e. you will not need to be a paying member of Amazon Prime. - www.telegraph.co.uk

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Friday 26 June 2020, AM

Disney+ to become exclusive Disney Channels home in UK as Sky Virgin deal ends – TBI Vision

Streaming service Disney is to become the exclusive home of programming from Disney Channel, Disney XD and Disney Junior in the UK after pay operators Sky and Virgin Media failed to strike a carriage deal for the kids networks. Disney, whose VP of kids programming for the UK, Europe and Africa left earlier this month, will still offer some of its networks via the pay operators, with National Geographic and Fox remaining on Sky and Virgin services. - tbivision.com

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Wednesday 24 June 2020, PM

Rethinking advertising

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts from BBC Radio 4 hello if you've been listening to Radio 4 this week, you have come across a series of programmes looking at how the world order change after covid-19 in the world of Media sector that's been turned upside down around is advertising money from adverti…

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Dan McQuillin from Broadcast Bionics on radio tech in the pandemic

The radiated a program with broadcast bionics creators of The Bionic studio the smarter way to make radio hello, I'm Stuart Clarkson coming up this week. We'll talk radio tech with demaquillant from broadcast bionics. How has radio adapted and use technology to their advantage during the last few s…

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Friday 19 June 2020, PM

Premier League matches free on TV

Sky Sports have confirmed that all 25 of their additional games will be shown live on free-to-air channel Pick TV. Free-to-air Premier League football on BT Sport. For the full breakdown of what games are coming up across all channels, check out our Premier League fixtures on TV guide. - www.radiotimes.com

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19/06/2020 Radio 4 Feedback

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts hello and welcome to a new series of feedback and an allegation that the BBC is living in the past. It's unbelievable that the BBC should be broadcasting this offensive and racist material in 2020 bbcradio4extra decision to broadcast to contribute 40-year old comedy …

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Wednesday 17 June 2020, PM

Opinions on opinion

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BBC offers voluntary redundancy to any public service staff – RadioToday

The BBC Director-General Lord Hall has announced plans to allow any member of staff in the public service part of the corporation - including radio - the chance to ask for voluntary redundancy. He said he hoped offering the chance of voluntary redundancy would mean the BBC doesn't have to make compulsory redundancies further down the line. - radiotoday.co.uk

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Wednesday 17 June 2020, AM

Commercial radio in a pandemic - Radiocentre's Siobhan Kenny

The radiated a program with broadcast bionics working with the world's leading broadcasters and equipment suppliers to transform into a technology and workplace hello, I'm Stuart Clarkson coming up on this week's radio Today programme will hear from Radio centre on what it's been doing to support t…

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Tuesday 16 June 2020, AM

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Friday 12 June 2020, PM

#138 - Equality in Audio Pact; Tim Davie named BBC DG; Journos out, AI in at MSN

Love This podcast support this show through the HR support a feature. It's up to you. How much you give and there's no regular commitment just hit the link in the description to support now. Hello and welcome to the media podcast I'm only man hundreds of Audio company signing in quality pack to fig…

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5G FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF AUDIOVISUAL MEDIA CONTENT AND SERVICES

Media organizations have evolved their content offer from a limited number of linear radio and TV channels into a rich and differentiated offering available across a range of different distribution platforms. This includes IP-based services with linear as well as nonlinear and catch-up content. Portable and mobile devices such as smartphone and tablets play an increasing role for the consumption of media content and services in the home, as well as on the move.- tech.ebu.ch

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BBC facing $320m shortfall as BBC Studios dividend ‘not going to happen' – TBI Vision

The UK's BBC is looking at a 250m budget black hole after it emerged that the impact of Covid-19 on commercial arm BBC Studios will mean that the latter's annual contribution to its public broadcaster parent is unlikely to be made. The impact of Covid-19 on production and advertising has hit BBCS hard, and Fran Unsworth, the BBC's director of news, yesterday said that the effects of the pandemic would mean that there would be no payment from the broadcaster's commercial arm, which have topped almost 1bn over the past five years. - tbivision.com

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Thursday 11 June 2020, AM

Local broadcasting is dying out with a whimper. We'll miss it when it's gone | Frances Ryan | Opinion | The Guardian

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Wednesday 10 June 2020, PM

Who sets the news agenda?

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts from BBC Radio 4 who sets the news last week newspaper front pages were dominated by images of the process until Thursday when Madeleine McCann displacement campaigner said it was evidence of systemic racism in the British Media the Editors judge an update on a white…

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Wednesday 10 June 2020, AM

Audio Content Fund and new BBC DG

The radiated a program with broadcast bionics creators of The Bionic studio the smarter way to make radio hello, I'm Stuart Clarkson coming up this week. We're going to find out about how the government money has been being spent on public services programming in radio after the first 12-months of …

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talkRADIO and talkSPORT2 switching to DAB + – RadioToday

Wireless stations talkRADIO and talkSPORT2 are moving from DAB to DAB. Wireless says DAB will allow the stations to use stereo, although the original DAB service is also capable of stereo transmission. - radiotoday.co.uk

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Monday 08 June 2020, AM

Decision on further sanction

Ofcom has decided not to impose any further sanction on ESTV Ltd after an interview with David Icke on its local television channelLondonLive included potentially harmful content about the coronavirus pandemic. Ofcom's decision not to impose any further sanction on ESTV was published on 8 June 2020. - www.ofcom.org.uk

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