The Media Show
Media: BBC commissions up for grabs; IMPRESS regulation...07/16/14
Tony Hall's plans to tear up quotas at the BBC and 'liberate' in-house production has been largely welcomed by the indie sector and rival broadcasters. The team behind the television show Benefits Street has confirmed it will film a follow-up series...
Media: 'Magaluf Girl' coverage, White Dee, the reporting of historic...
The tabloid coverage of 'Magaluf Girl' story - responsible journalism or 'slut-shaming'?; White Dee on 'Benefits Street'; investigative reporting of child sexual abuse allegations.
Media: Diversity, Facebook controlling emotions, Changes to Radio 5 Live
Radio 5 Live presenter changes; how ethical is it for Facebook to play with people's emotions?; increasing Black, Asian and ethnic minority representation on and off screen.
Media: Hacking trial special
A panel of insiders discuss how the hacking trial has exposed the culture of an industry competing to break the biggest stories.
Media: Sports Commentary, ABC Chief, Internet vs Print, Peter Jukes
The art of sports commentary; why the internet is not responsible for print's decline; tweeting at the hacking trial; and the head of the ABC on government cuts.
Media: BBC Radio cuts; Richard Ingrams; Sun special row.
How job cuts at BBC Radio might impact programmes; why some posties in the North West won’t deliver the Sun; and departed editor of The Oldie on the magazine industry's decline.
Media: Google requests; FIFA; Newsweek; Peter Greste
Google privacy requests; the trial of Peter Greste; FIFA expose; Newsweek Europe launches.
Media: New Chair of IPSO; the Duchess's bottom line.
Sir Alan Moses, the new chair of press regulator IPSO, gives his first interview; and the Sydney Daily Telegraph's decision to publish images of the Duchess of Cambridge's bottom.
Media: Dido Harding; female news editors; "sex-swap" headlines.
Chief Executive of TalkTalk's Dido Harding; three female UK newspaper editors on the challenges they've faced; and the landmark negotiation that's seen 6 national papers apologise for headlines.
Media: TV debates; women directors; all3media sold
Will the sale of all3media affect creativity?; how TV debates encourage voter participation; BSkyB talks to expand into Europe, and are there really fewer women directors nowadays?
Media: Patten; Paxman; Channel 5 sold; Sunday Herald.
How to find a new BBC Trust Chair; the future of Newsnight once Paxman departs; Viacom's purchase of Channel 5; and the Scottish Sunday Herald on supporting independence.
Media: BBC Trust's review of News; Lachlan Murdoch
BBC Director of News and Current Affairs James Harding on the Trust's review into output; Richard Aedy talks about Lachlan Murdoch.
Media: Royal video; IPSO; Adoption Docs; Peter Greste
The FT's decision not to join IPSO; programmes on adoption; the trial of Peter Greste, and coverage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's, 'day off'.
Media: Oscar Pistorius TV; Sunday tabloids; BBC commissioning
The head of the Oscar Pistorius channel on getting access; why print circulation of the Sunday tabloids is declining; and the BBC Trust's review into commissioning.
Media: Maria Miller goes; YouView; reporters harassing?
What did Maria Miller achieve for the media and what impact will Sajid Javid make; YouView's chief executive Richard Halton; when can reporter doorstepping be harassment?
Media: Local TV; Johnston Press; Geordie Greig
Mustard TV and London Live launch; Ashley Highfield, chief exec of Johnston Press, on future of local news; The Mail on Sunday wins scoop of year for its "Crystal Methodist" story.
Future of arts TV; Peter Greste campaign; Turkey Twitter ban
Is BBC Arts really 'the greatest commitment to arts for a generation'? How Turkish journalists are getting round the country's Twitter ban, and the campaign to free Peter Greste.
Media: Lenny Henry; licence fee evasion; L'Wren Scott
Lenny Henry at BAFTA; decriminalizing licence fee evasion; L'Wren Scott coverage
Media: Sophie Turner-Laing; live debates; licence fee
The BBC's Director of Strategy on how making licence fee evasion a civil offence could lead to the closure of channels. Also, BSkyB's Sophie Turner-Laing, and live debates on TV.
Media: BBC 3 online only; Vice news; net neutrality.
Would making BBC 3 an online only channel really save money?; Vice launches a news website, and the cases for and against net neutrality.
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