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Wednesday 28 October 2020, PM

'If you're not breaking stories, you're nothing'

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts from BBC Radio 4 hello my destiny is one of the most influential turn this in the country and Phillips has been editor of The Daily Mirror since 2018 in fact she the first woman to edit the title since the mirrors large editor Mary Haworth in 1903 in all the years s…

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Wednesday 28 October 2020, AM

Radio Academy Festival 2020 Preview

The radiator day programme 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 this week the Radio Academy festival is happening in just a few weeks time and being 2020. It's …

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Friday 23 October 2020, PM

23/10/2020

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts hello sometimes it seems that no one is interested in listening anymore let alone changing positions on controversial issues of insults and annunciations we seem to prefer Echo Chambers where are beautiful reflected back to us. Why how hard. Is it to try to understa…

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#143 - Quibi Calls It Quits; Telegraph Sub-Editors Return Home; Far-Right Tattoos Sink Woodworking Format

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Wednesday 21 October 2020, PM

As America decides, Big Tech weighs in

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts from BBC Radio 4 it's the election all of us have a staking but in which very few of us. Have a vote less than 2 weeks ago and clearly the media is a very big part of the story just in the last allegations of censorship by Facebook and Twitter as to how they handled…

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Wednesday 21 October 2020, AM

Student radio in Warwick turns 50

The radiator day programme with broadcast bionics creators of The Bionic studio the smarter way to make radio hello, I'm Stuart Clarkson coming up this week as raw 12:51 celebrates 50 years of broadcasting from the University of Warwick will talk to add farrow has put together a pop station which …

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Monday 19 October 2020, PM

UK's ITV restructures to focus on streaming, with Kevin Lygo taking new role – TBI Vision

UK commercial broadcaster ITV is to restructure its business around streaming and has named the key execs to head a new unit to drive the strategy. The overhaul comes just days after ITV CEO Carolyn McCall said the UK commercial broadcaster would start to commission original programming for its AVOD service ITV Hub. - tbivision.com

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Friday 16 October 2020, PM

16/10/2020

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts hello feedback is back and so is covered with a second wave and with it's the BBC medical editor Fergus Walsh he has some timely advice. I would urge people to look after their mental health and to stay Active and not just to come to bury their head in the sand cos …

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Friday 16 October 2020, AM

S4C failing to reach online audiences, says new chairman

Mr Williams became chair of S4C's unitary board on 1 April. S4C. Mr Williams accepted previous mistakes by the channel have hampered the task of reaching new audiences. - www.bbc.co.uk

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Wednesday 14 October 2020, PM

The economics of outrage

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts from BBC Radio 4 in recently we have tried on this show to understand why it is that we seem to be living and missed a new culture war polarization on social media conspiracy theories going mainstream the rise of counter-culture something is going badly wrong in the…

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World Mental Health Day on Absolute Radio

The radiator day programme 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 this week on the weekly podcast from Radio today. We're going to speak to Paul Silvester from Absolute Rad…

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Monday 12 October 2020, PM

Update on BBC interactive TV services

In November 2019, we communicated that we planned to remove the text and data element of the BBC red button service due to financial pressures and the significant technical effort and cost of retaining the service, which would come at the expense of investing in other services. For people using the internet-based version of our red button service, we will be consolidating our internet-connected TVs apps, retiring the BBC News and BBC Sport connected TV apps before the end of the year as well as the lottery and weather pages on connected TVs. BBC iPlayer will become the home of much of the video content that is currently available on the BBC Sport and BBC News TV apps and the traditional text and data offer will remain accessible on the majority of internet-connected televisions via the 'Text' button on the remote control. - www.bbc.co.uk

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Sunday 11 October 2020, PM

YouTube more representative of Britain than television, says UK boss

YouTube's UK boss has said his platform is more representative of modern Britain than broadcasters such as the BBC, saying that television channels are falling behind because they do not provide material that speaks directly to all parts of the country. Unlike the UK's public service broadcasters - the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, and Channel 5 - YouTube is not legally required to invest in original news content. - www.theguardian.com

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Friday 09 October 2020, PM

Why ‘Access' and ‘FYI Daily' Exist – adambowie.com

Taking their scheduled duration as a whole, longer films may be interrupted once for each complete period of 45 minutes with a further break ifscheduled duration is at least 20 minutes longer than two or more complete periods of 45 minutes. Assuming that Access or FYI Daily are made for relative peanuts, and that the channels can persuade regulators that these are proper programmes, then they can get an extra ad break and make more money from the same film. - www.adambowie.com

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#142 - Channel Four Sale, GB News Plans, BBC’s Oxbridge Problem, Local Newspapers Linked To Election Turnout

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Wednesday 07 October 2020, PM

YouTube and the reinvention of television

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts from BBC Radio 4 hello, we're going to start the show today with a bit of broadcasting trivia. Who knows what this is really really really long next to the elephants at San Diego Zoo well, those 18 seconds of banality have a place in television history because the m…

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Wednesday 07 October 2020, AM

The biggest threat to the BBC's independence is the corporation itself

For most BBC political journalists, politics seems to begin and end in Westminster. Above all, because the BBC is unconsciously led by the oligarchs' agenda, it fails to confront the greatest source of political power money. - www.theguardian.com

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Monday 05 October 2020, AM

How to listen to UK radio when you're abroad – RadioToday

With the news that TuneIn has blocked most international radio stations, we provide an alternative way to listen to radio abroad. You can usually listen online via other methods but sometimes stations can be geo-blocked at source for a number of reasons. If you find yourself at a location that does not provide access to the UK radio stations, worry not Here's how you can listen to the UK radio anywhere. - radiotoday.co.uk

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Saturday 03 October 2020, PM

Why are programmes failing to load on my Humax Freesat box?

Humax have assured us that they are working on resolving this issue as soon as possible. We'll update this page as soon as we have more information. - www.bbc.co.uk

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Saturday 03 October 2020, AM

Baking won’t get me through a Covid winter but Melvyn Bragg just might | Grace Dent | Opinion | The Guardian

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Friday 02 October 2020, PM

BBC reverses decision to end Red Button text services

The BBC has reversed its decision to bring an end to its Red Button TV text services. In November 2019, the BBC announced its intention to remove the text and data element of the red button service. - www.bbc.co.uk

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Friday 02 October 2020, AM

TV signal outage experienced by homeowners across Hove

PEOPLE in Hove have been expressing their frustration after being left unable to get TV signal. Louise Holbrook, who lives off New Church Road, said her home had been without a TV signal since 10am. - www.theargus.co.uk

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Wednesday 30 September 2020, PM

How conspiracy theories hijacked the news

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts from BBC Radio 4 you'll have heard the first US Presidential debate that took place overnight car crash in a dumpster fire a clown show exhausted commentators have quite simply run out of comparisons for what was the most bonkers debate in US history. I watch these …

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Wednesday 30 September 2020, AM

Jamie East on leaving talkRADIO

The radiator day programme with broadcast bionics created of the bionic studio the smarter way to make radio hello, I'm Stuart Clarkson coming up this week. We're gonna talk to Jamie East he's been at talk radio and before it version for the last 4 1/2 years, but just announced this week Easter th…

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Tuesday 29 September 2020, AM

UK's Channel 4 budget to ‘go up massively' in 2021 – TBI Vision

Mahon declined to confirm that the full amount would be returned, telling interviewer Tim Hincks - co-CEO of UK prodco Expectation - that it depended on the ad market. Repeats had been working well though, she added, while also pointing to her pride in the way C4 had responded to the pandemic from a programming point of view with shows such as Jamie Keep Cooking And Carry On and Grayson's Art Club. - tbivision.com

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Friday 25 September 2020, AM

#141 - Sir Harold Evans; Radio 1 Dance; Apple News Today; Edinburgh TV Festival 2020

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#141 - Sir Harold Evans; Radio 1 Dance; Apple News Today; Edinburgh TV Festival 2020

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Thursday 24 September 2020, PM

No Ofcom public interest test for Radio 1 Dance – RadioToday

Ofcom will not instruct the BBC to conduct a public interest test in relation to Radio 1 Dance, but will consider the market position of BBC Sounds in general. In reaction, Ofcom has written to the BBC to explain that it does not require a public interest test, because it considers the impact of the new stream on the market is likely to be small - particularly as it will be online only and contain no new or exclusive content. - radiotoday.co.uk

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What's next for the BBC's technology strategy?

The broadcaster has promoted Charlotte Moore tothe role of chief content officer and has an interim CTO, Peter O'Kane, reporting to interim chief operating officerGlyn Isherwood but, in its Annual Plan, the BBC has surprisingly little to say about technology. The hub, part of a move to relocate BBC functions outside the capital, will develop technology that underpins iPlayer and BBC Sounds. - www.ibc.org

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Thursday 24 September 2020, AM

TV ads that you can’t fast-forward through? It’s like the dark ages | Television radio | The Guardian

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Wednesday 23 September 2020, PM

Bake Off rises out of lockdown

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts from BBC Radio 4 hello, it's been one of the biggest reporting project of all time the thin send files have expose possible corruption in the financial sector Russian oligarchs using big-name banks to avoid sanctions a suspected the moving a billion dollars to a Lon…

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Wednesday 23 September 2020, AM

Dicky Dodd and Radio TechCon goes online

The radiator day programme with broadcast bionics discover the world's leading brands at radio hello, I'm Stuart Clarkson and we're back this week on the radio Today programme will find out about radiotek on 2020 which is as you probably guessed going virtual this year also after 20-years of wakin…

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Monday 21 September 2020, PM

First company awarded new Digital Radio Tick Mark – RadioToday

Frontier Smart Technologies, a subsidiary of Science Group plc, has become the first company to receive the upgraded Digital Radio Tick Mark. The Digital Radio Tick Mark indicates to consumers that devices are tested and approved to meet the UK Government agreed specification for digital radios and are able to receive FM, DAB and DAB stations and is supported by the majority of digital radio manufacturers and retailers as well as the leading technology providers. - radiotoday.co.uk

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Thursday 17 September 2020, PM

#141 - David Olusoga’s James MacTaggart Lecture at the Edinburgh Television Festival 2020

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Wednesday 16 September 2020, PM

The demographics of news

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts from BBC Radio 4 the news summer has been filled with report on the black lives matter movement. I know some of you think the media has not been in partial on the issue that journey to become can pay this not simply reporters question we posed on this show but does …

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Wednesday 16 September 2020, AM

Sky Arts: must-watch shows and documentaries

Sky Arts will this week become free to watch for everyone across the UK. See related. While the Sky Arts linear channel will be made free, the Sky Arts On Demand library of content, with more than 2,000 hours of shows, will remain exclusive to Sky and Now TV Entertainment Pass customers. - www.theweek.co.uk

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Tuesday 15 September 2020, PM

Netflix, Sky Tell UK Parliament Committee That Public Service Broadcasting Remains Key To TV Industry's Future – Deadl

Senior representatives of Netflix's UK team and broadcaster Sky have told a UK government committee that Public Service Broadcasters remain an important part of the country's wider entertainment industry. The 'future of Public Service Broadcasting' committee is analysing factors including how the influx of streaming services such as Netflix is impacting the UK's PSBs, which include the BBC as well as ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and regional stations. - deadline.com

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BBC reveals almost five billion iPlayer requests during 2019/2020 – TBI Vision

The BBC in the UK has said its on demand service iPlayer received almost five billion viewing requests during 2019/20, with a 60 rise during the country's lockdown earlier this year. In its delayed annual report released today, the public broadcaster said 4.8 billion requests to stream programmes had been made between April 2019 to March 2020. - tbivision.com

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Monday 14 September 2020, PM

TBI Tech Analysis: Where next for linear TV s Covid boom? – TBI Vision

Covid-19 enforced lockdowns around the world had propelled viewing figures for linear networks skywards but with people now able to move more freely, what's happened to those viewers Adam Thomas, lead analyst for global TV markets at TBI sibling Omdia, reports. For the TV sector, the captive audiences created by lockdown conditions provided a significant boost to linear viewing times, which had been in decline for several years. - tbivision.com

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Sunday 13 September 2020, AM

Radio reporters to be axed by BBC and told to reapply for new roles

Now the BBC plans to axe all its national radio reporters and ask them to reapply for a smaller number of jobs as television, radio and digital reporters, rather than as dedicated audio journalists. Negotiations between BBC management, producers and reporters are at a crucial stage, and one or two programmes, including the news flagship Today on Radio 4, may win some leeway, with producers allowed to commission specialist pieces. - www.theguardian.com

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Friday 11 September 2020, PM

Sky Arts' decision to go free makes the art world more accessible to everyone

Making it free to air is a bold decision for a product based on a subscription model - yet it will clearly place Sky in the vanguard of arts coverage in the UK, and it will no doubt hope the goodwill it engenders will be converted into support for its paid-for offerings, including its on-demand library of 2,000 hours of arts content. To make its programming as expansive - and accessible - as possible, Sky Arts' new slate includes EastEnders hardman Danny Dyer presenting a documentary about his mentor, playwright Harold Pinter jungle pioneer Goldie revisiting the art that has influenced his music AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson meeting Foo Fighter and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl Benjamin Zephaniah celebrating the best of the spoken word and Elbow's Guy Garvey digging out all-time great TV music performances. - inews.co.uk

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Wednesday 09 September 2020, PM

How Spotify reached No. 1

BBC sounds music Radio podcasts from BBC Radio 4 how are you listening to show right now? Maybe listening live in your car or in your kitchen on FM but I know many of you are TuneIn by smart speakers and some of you out running whilst others are catching the podcast that kind of technological inno…

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Wednesday 09 September 2020, AM

Peter Dickson

The radiator day programme with broadcast bionics created of the bionic studio the smarter way to make radio hello, I'm Stuart Clarkson on this week's radio Today programme voice-over Legend he's also been already at 1 and radio to countless other commercial radio stations doing the voices and you…

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Tuesday 08 September 2020, PM

Digital UK's Jonathan Thompson on the challenges facing new BBC chief Tim Davie – TBI Vision

Jonathan Thompson, who leads the development of the UK's digital terrestrial TV platform Freeview, reflects on the immense challenges facing new BBC chief Tim Davie and explores how he might tackle them. Tim Davie will today be contemplating the end of his first full week as the 17th Director General of the BBC. General consensus across the UK industry, and most importantly for him - within the BBC - is that Tim was the right person for the job. - tbivision.com

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Monday 07 September 2020, PM

To win back trust, TV news needs to get out of the studio and into UK communities | John Domokos | Opinion | The Guardia

Now that everyone can be their own broadcaster, presenting ‘packages’ from behind a desk feels out of touch - www.theguardian.com

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Thursday 03 September 2020, PM

Tim Davie's introductory speech as BBC Director-General

We have made progress, and I am biased, but BBC Studios has led the way, proving that we can create an organisation that attracts the best talent and creates unmistakably BBC content, while generating competitive returns. As you will have seen in your email, we have reduced the Executive Committee of the BBC from 17 to 11 to streamline decision-making and work as one BBC. Importantly, Charlotte Moore's appointment as Chief Content Officer will mean we work across the BBC to maximise the impact of all our content across audio and video. - www.bbc.co.uk

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BBC boss Tim Davie to become stricter on staff airing views on social media

Tim Davie is to crack down on staff posting their views on social media in a move to restore the view of the BBC as impartial, and raised the question of slashing the corporations' output by a fifth, cutting more jobs and potentially shutting TV channels. Davie said that the corporation needs to become leaner, highlighting that staff numbers at the licence-fee funded BBC have actually increased despite a cost-cutting drive. - www.theguardian.com

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BBC Radio and Education moves to new division – RadioToday

The BBC Radio and Education division is moving to a new single Content division headed by the BBC's new Chief Content Officer Charlotte Moore. Charlotte will be responsible for television commissioning for all BBC network TV channels and BBC iPlayer, radio commissioning and production for all ten national radio networks and BBC Sounds, and multi-platform commissioning and production for all children's and education content BBC Proms and Orchestras. - radiotoday.co.uk

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