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news & features

  • MPs criticise BBC’s foreign formats
    An influential report from a group of UK MPs says the BBC's licence fee model could be scrapped and has attacked the pubcaster for spending money on entertainment formats such as The Voice.
  • Kids execs target int'l growth
    C21’s latest round of interviews from Kidscreen Summit look at the Chinese market, kids’ migration online and the search for new ideas.
  • Sat.1 – Germany
    SCHEDULE WATCH CHANNEL PROFILE: Sat.1 returned to growth in 2014 with channel MD Nicolas Paalzow looking for further gains in 2015. Dieter Brockmeyer reports.
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perspective

  • Credit where it's due
    Tim-Searle-PERSP
    By Tim Searle
    Animated comedy from the UK is benefiting from a tax credit that means producers can now afford to keep work local, rather than outsource it abroad to cut costs.

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