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news & features

  • BBC to axe 1,000 jobs
    The BBC is to cut 1,000 jobs in a bid to make up a predicted £150m (US$234m) shortfall in licence fee income for 2016/17.
  • Endemol Shine boss defends M&A
    Endemol Shine Group president Tim Hincks has defended foreign investment in UK indies, insisting the M&A activity currently sweeping the industry is not hampering creativity.
  • TVOne – New Zealand
    SCHEDULE WATCH CHANNEL PROFILE: Television New Zealand’s flagship channel TVOne has grown its primetime share in key demos despite market fragmentation. Don Groves reports.
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perspective

  • Singular vision
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    By Edo Segal
    Could media be on the cusp of a transformative moment that requires the industry to think more deeply about the future? The founder and CEO of tech firm bMuse thinks so.

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