Kate Bulkley, Media Analyst.

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A bigger pie to share around For Broadcast, March 15, 2017

After years of gradual growth, OTT and on-demand services have moved to the mainstream with a now clear impact on linear viewing. When cinematic-quality series such as The Crown and The Man in The High Castle can be accessed cheaply, instantly and on any device, what does the future hold for our international content creators and aggregators that were designed for a linear world?

In January 2017, as part of A&M’s quarterly breakfast series on the Business of Media, we asked four executives from across the television production and distribution value chain to debate the issue in front of an invited audience of 90 of their peers and The Club at The Ivy members. Behind closed doors and moderated by media journalist and commentator, Kate Bulkley, the debate was insightful and lively. The panelists, who all spoke in a personal capacity, were:

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“The Business of News” at The Club at The Ivy. It was an insightful and lively debate from our panel of five news executives. Below are the key takeaways but should you wish to read more please click here for a summary of the event from Kate Bulkley. (Or click the image below...)

 

THE KEY TAKEAWAYS

1. Don’t throw away what you’ve got, but creating a completely new digital news model may require a decoupling of your TV / print mindset from your new digital offerings.

2. Globally, news channels such as CNN are still commercially strong but for many news organisations the jury is out on the long-term commercial sense of riding on third-party digital platforms such as Facebook or Snapchat.

3. Online news is not only exploding watermelons (as seen on BuzzFeed) – there is a balance of news that triggers Facebook likes or / and covers harder news issues.

4. There’s no silver bullet – only silver shrapnel. The digital platforms believe that they can be commercially sustainable environments for news players but a mixed model is likely the way forward, with digital advertising, native advertising, micropayments such as Blendle and subscription.

5. The news winners are likely to be the organisations that listen to the consumer and are lean and either strong or nimble enough to ride the waves and prosper.

As part of Alvarez & Marsal’s quarterly breakfast series on the Business of Media, we asked ve news executives to debate the issue in front of an invited audience of 60 of their peers and The Club at The Ivy members. The panelists, who all spoke in a personal capacity, were:

Madhav Chinnappa, Director of Strategic Relations, News & Publishers at Google

Dan Constanda, SVP and COO at CNN International Commercial

Richard Dawkins, Chief Finance and Operating Of cer at BBC News Group

Janine Gibson, Editor-in-Chief at BuzzFeed UK

Nicholas Wrenn, Head of News Partnerships, EMEA at Facebook

Eurosport boss: BBC Olympics deal made reputational sense For Broadcast, October 12, 2016

Kate wrote several articles in the IBC Executive Daily

Kate wrote profiles:

see here:

Going Live on Social Media For Broadcast, July 08 2016

How to Extend the Life of your IP For Broadcast, July 07 2016

TV Squares up to the EU For Broadcast, July 07 2016

Netflix model questioned by Discovery For Broadcast, June 03 2016

Lord Grade backs C4 privatisation For Broadcast, December 07 2015

Scripps eyes UKTV web shows following Poland deal For Broadcast, October 08 2015

Kate wrote three pieces in the IBC Executive Summary 2015

Kate wrote the features on:

  • Joan Gillman, Chief Operating Officer Time Warner Cable Media on page 14
  • Tom Toumazis Head of Partnerships Yahoo EMEA on page 50
  • Jonathan Allan Director of Sales Channel 4 in the UK on page 57

see here:

Youview prepares rich data for partners For Broadcast, September 23 2015

Michael Lombardo on transforming HBO For RTS, August 26 2015

Kate interviewed Nigel Sharrocks, the Chairman of UK BARB (Broadcasters' Audience Research Board) which is the “gold standard” for TV ad sales in the UK. The interview was printed in May of 2015 in a BARB publication to its members.

Digital strategy key for BBCW For Broadcast, July 16 2015

Tax relief: the bigger picture For Broadcast, June 01 2015

Digital rights: VoD platforms For Broadcast, May 28 2015

BT TV’s power team For RTS, March 12 2015

BBC Trust and HSBC: gripping drama For Broadcast Magazine, March 11, 2015

2014 Review: Deals round-up For Broadcast Magazine, December 11 2014

Kate contributed to the IBC Executive Daily. http://content.yudu.com/A340jm/IBC14ExecSumm/resources/index.htm?referrerUrl=

A TV Writer? What's That? For ALCS News, August 06 2014

Discovery sprints for yellow For RTS, July 11 2014

Kate wrote the Rights and Finance special supplement for Broadcast published May 28 2014 see here:

Food Tube: a pukka recipe for the future of culinary content? For The Guardian, March 16 2014

Base79 reaches out beyond YouTube For The Guardian, February 17 2014

Scripps hands Transparent global rights For Broadcast Magazine, January 27 2014

Endemol Beyond revives Mr Bean For Broadcast Magazine, January 22 2014

2013: Big deals for British TV For Broadcast Magazine, December 12 2013

Rightster helps brands to cash in on the commercial rewards of online video For The Guardian, November 24 2013

VM boss backs VoD and fibre For Broadcast Magazine, November 14 2013

Arab television industry growing steadily For The Guardian, October 16 2013

Kate wrote many stories in the IBC Dailies that came out each day of the IBC Amsterdam 2013 show. see here for the links to the Dailies http://www.tvbeurope.com/ibc-dailies

Kate contributed two articles to the IBC 2013 Executive Edition. Matt Glotzbach, Head of Google TV for EMEA p. 20 Robin Wright, President of The Engine Group and WCRS p 49 The web link for the digital edition is: http://content.yudu.com/A2g4ff/IBC2013ExecSumm/

Virgin Media targets young audience with YouTube channel For Broadcast Magazine, June 06 2013

Kate's written a column on the Launch of BT Sport. http://media2.telecoms.com/e-books/DTVE/magazine/mayjun13/  (See page 48.)

The stakes are high in the 'TV everywhere' land grab For The Guardian Media Network May 08, 2013

King of Cable: a match for Murdoch? For Broadcast Magazine, February 07 2013

YouTube takes on TV For rts.org.uk, November, 2012

An audience with Bob Greenberg, hosted by Guardian Media Network For The Guardian Media Network, October 09, 2012

Bigballs launches YouTube sports channel For The Guardian Media Network, October 08, 2012

IBC profile: David Eun, executive vice-president, global media, Samsung For The Guardian Media Network, September 21, 2012

James Cameron and the pursuit of 3D For The Guardian Media Network, September 19, 2012

Kate contributed to the IBC Executive Magazine 2012

http://content.yudu.com/A1ygsu/IBC2012ExecSumm2/resources/index.htm?referrerUrl=

1. MIles Young, CEO Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide and John Kennedy, VP Corp Marketing IBM p. 12-13

2. David Eun, EVP Global Media and CEO Advisor, Samsung Electronics p. 19

3. Christian Bombrum, Deputy MD, M6 Web, p. 26

Broadcast recruitment competes for ‘Adobe generation’ For IBC Daily News, September 11, 2012

Conference debates the new curation For IBC Daily News, September 10, 2012

Hurdles for the second screen For IBC Daily News, September 08, 2012

‘Time to redefine broadcasting’ For IBC Daily News, September 06, 2012

Machinima: monetising the gaming industry's 'lost boys' For The Guardian Media Network, July 31, 2012

ITV pioneers new micropayments strategy For The Guardian Media Network, July 13, 2012

Sheffield Doc Fest 2012

Kate commissioned and helped write this section in the Guardian Destination Docs for the Sheffield DocFest. http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/series/sheffield-doc-fest-2012-destination-docs

Kate wrote this on Docs and Apps: http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2012/jun/11/pawn-stars-on-facebook-foxes-on-twitter

and this one on the rise of citizen journalism http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2012/jun/11/rise-of-citizen-journalism

 

Bragg "angry" over limited tax breaks For Broadcast Magazine, May 10, 2012

Richard Nixon Comedy Show too Subtle for U.S., Says Creator Harry Shearer For The hollywood reporter, April 17, 2012.

MIPTV 2012

Scripps Networks Interactive Continues to Build Its International Footprint April 04, 2012

BBC Worldwide Explores Live Programming April 02, 2012

Swashbuckling Hero Who Inspired Indiana Jones Set for TV Series April 02, 2012

Rovio's Angry Birds Franchise Will Expand With Animated Television Series April 01, 2012

Charlie Sheen's 'Anger Management' Sells to Scandinavia April 01, 2012

Lionsgates's 'End Game' Close to Getting Second Run April 04, 2012

U.K.'s Channel 5 Orders More 'Big Brother' April 03, 2012

BBC to Air Live Online Olympic Coverage on 24 TV Channels in HD April 03, 2012

Global Programmers Eying Localized Formats April 04, 2012

Content Creators Take the Direct-to-Consumer Approach April 03, 2012

Virgin Media's Multiplatform Strategy for 'Britain's Got Talent' Paves Way For New Ad Opportunities April 04, 2012

MIPTV Gets Off to a Dramatic Start April 01, 2012

'Jersey Shore' Meets the South of France March 31, 2012

Learning to love pay TV For Digital TV Magazine, March 2012. (See page 56)

The price is right for VoD For Broadcast Magazine, March 15, 2012

Talpa makes its Voice heard For Broadcast Magazine, March 01, 2012

John de Mol planning UK indie For Broadcast Magazine, March 01, 2012

TV & Twitter For RTS, February, 2012

Getting creative with finance For Broadcast Magazine, December 08, 2011

The rise of the connected machines For Cue Entertainment, October 31, 2011

IBC 2011

Kate contributed several articles to the IBC Executive Daily, September 2011

Here is a link:

http://www.tvbeurope.com/c/document_library/get_file?uuid=7c3702e2-f7e1-432c-ab5c-1f0e4fe513ec&groupId=26422

Kate interviewed:

p 4 Mascha Driessen, Head of YouTube & Display Benelux

p 11 Simon Bucks, Associate Editor Sky News

p 19 Joshua Danovitz, VP and GM Tivo International

p. 26 Mainardo de Nardis, CEO, OMD Worldwide

p. 33 Fru Hazlitt, MD Commerical online and interactive ITV Plc.

 

New commercial breaks For IBC Daily News, September 13, 2011

TV should be effortless For IBC Daily News, September 13, 2011

Live digital sports production For IBC Daily News, September 12, 2011

Tablets will be 'totally disruptive' For IBC Daily News, September 11, 2011

STB could be a 'game changer' For IBC Daily News, September 10, 2011

LoveFilm questions Netflix model For IBC Daily News, September 9, 2011

Why winning friends is no longer enough to influence people For The Guardian, August 27, 2011

Zeebox app to merge TV and social media For Broadcast Magazine, August 04, 2011

The web in the palm of your hand For Prospect Magazine, June 23, 2011

Kate was the Commissioning Editor of a special supplement Documenting Change for the June 2011 Sheffield DocFest. See Here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/series/sheffield-doc-fest-documenting-change

The impact of Twitter on TV shows For The Guardian, June 06, 2011

Tools of attraction: creating multimedia content for games and TV shows For The Guardian, June 06, 2011

Netflix: rise of a pay-TV minnow For Broadcast Magazine, June 16, 2011

C4: Hollyoaks could be worth £12m in product placement For Broadcast Magazine, June 02, 2011

Rivals fill the YouView gap For Broadcast Magazine, April 20, 2011

Kate Bulkley covered MIPTV at Cannes for Deadline

Charlie Sheen Pursued For UK 'Big Brother' For Deadline, April 06, 2011

MIPTV: Optimism Returns To The Croisette As International Co-Prods And Indies Rise For Deadline, April 06, 2011

MIPTV: 'The Governator's Multi-Platform Plans Include 3D Feature Film For Deadline, April 04, 2011

FremantleMedia CEO: 'American Idol' Will Get "Higher Ratings Than Ever" This Season For Deadline, April 04, 2011

The U.S. 'Torchwood' Series: Bigger Budget, Bigger Stunts, More Sex For Deadline, April 04, 2011

 

What does Desmond want from suppliers? For Broadcast Magazine, March 24, 2011

Putting a price on everything For Broadcast Magazine, March 24, 2011

TV and Sky to decide on placement value after TX For Broadcast Magazine, February 24, 2011

The future of TV Published in The Guardian December 6th, 2010

Future of Freeview in doubt For Broadcast Magazine, November 04, 2010

Kate was commissioning editor of a special supplement on the Sheffield Doc Fest published in the Guardian on Monday Oct 25.

She wrote several articles including the lead story here

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sheffield-doc-fest/the-future-of-documentaries

and one on how online crowd-funding for documentaries is growing here:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sheffield-doc-fest/funding-models-for-film-making

the entire section can be accessed here

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sheffield-doc-fest

 

Chasing The Dragon: Liberty Global Ventures VP of Technology Phil Colby talks about China and Cable TV

Linda Jensen: The CEO of HBO Central Europe talks about premium content in the age of the internet generation

From IBC Executive Summary September 2010

BT refocuses its Vision For RTS magazine, Television. September, 2010

Telcos face off on content For IBC E Daily, September 21, 2010

Chinese arithmetic For IBC E Daily, September 13, 2010

The buzz surrounding social media For IBC E Daily, September 11, 2010

Virgin relies on boxing clever For RTS magazine, Television. July/August, 2010

Bebo back in content game For Broadcast Magazine, July 20, 2010

UKTV sides with Five on call for full review of TV ad market For Broadcast Magazine, July 15, 2010

Brands take the direct route For Broadcast Magazine, July 01, 2010

HBO CE looks to VOD and local shows For Digital TV Europe, June 2010

Kate was commissioning editor of the Guardian INFORMATION POWER supplement out on June 18 2010.

see here http://www.guardian.co.uk/activate/information-power

Technology is becoming easier to use and cheaper to buy. Who would have predicted that the mobile phone would become as ubiquitous as it has not only in the developed world where many people have more than one device but in the developing world as well? As one interviewee for this special microsite on how technology is being used for social good told us, "In the last five years the mobile phone companies have done more for the developing world than the NGOs." The Guardian Activate 2010 conference (1 July) on implementing social change with technology will feature several of the people interviewed for this microsite. (for the rest of the article go to The Guardian: http://www.theguardian.com/activate/mobile-technology-fight-poverty

 

 

Five's multimedia sweatshop For RTS magazine, Television. May, 2010

Apple puts mobile TV back in the game For RTS magazine, Television. April, 2010

Nuttall to exit in Sky restructure For Broadcast Magazine, March 19, 2010

Five’s future failing to add up For Broadcast Magazine, March 18, 2010

100 little brothers and sisters: Endemol's next steps For RTS magazine, Television. February, 2010

Kate was the commissioning editor of this online video advertising supplement called Commercial Break which ran in the Guardian on the 22 February 2010.

See here for the full supplement. http://www.guardian.co.uk/video-advertising

Kate wrote these articles: Online advertisers get hooked on video http://www.guardian.co.uk/video-advertising

and

The Big Money question in online video advertising http://www.guardian.co.uk/video-advertising/big-money-question

 

Kate was commissioning editor and wrote some of the Digital Tribes report for the Guardian sponsored by KPMG. See here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/digital-tribes, and below.

Know your customer: digital tribes

The media mix: how to make money from paid-for media content

Cooking recipe app transforms television channel's digital strategy

Facts in Focus For Media Guardian, November 02, 2009

Return of the creative urges For Broadcast, October 15, 2009

Five mulls switch to pay-TV For Broadcast, October 01, 2009

BBC interactive TV boss rejects Salford move For Broadcast, July 17, 2009

Huggers: Canvas will give indies access to TV For Broadcast, July 08, 2009

kate contributed to a special section in The Guardian on the Future of the Film Industry. For The Guardian July 8th, 2009

YouTube and Hulu home in on landmark UK deals For Broadcast July 2nd, 2009

App store wars: Who owns the customer? For Informa Telecoms.com, July 01, 2009

Kate was commissioning editor of this supplement on MIddle East Media in the Guardian published Monday March 23rd, 2009

From the man who fixed the iPlayer: Freeview 2.0 For RTS magazine, Television. February, 2009

RDF steels itself with £2m in cost savings For Broadcast February 18th, 2009

Carter set to deliver broadband britain Published in Cue Entertainment Jan, 2009

How to make digital pay || Cue Entertainment Published in Cue Entertainment Nov, 2008

De Agostini sets €200m aside in bid to become next Endemol Published in The Guardian November 26, 2008

Movie star in the making: China's answer to YouTube Published in Technology Guardian November 06, 2008

STV needs devolution For RTS magazine, Television. November, 2008

Kate was the commissioning editor for Beyond the banner ad, Published in Media Guardian November 03, 2008. Click below.

Part 1 Part 2Part 3Part 4

China Steps Out Kate was the commissioning editor for this special supplement on Media in China called China Steps Out that appeared in the Guardian on Sept 29 2008

China shows the way in mobile For IBC Daily news 15th September, 2008

Conference Analysis: Live is the future For IBC Daily news 15th September, 2008

Conference Analysis: Spectrum auctions pose danger For IBC Daily news 14th September, 2008

Why Sky is selling songs For Broadcast July 30th, 2008

Sky enters digital music market For Broadcast July 22nd, 2008

Smith: BBCW needs new UKTV partner For Broadcast July 16th, 2008

BT Vision to broadcast Saturday SPL games For Broadcast July 14th, 2008

Kate was the commissioning editor of this Online TV supplement published in the Guardian on June 30 2008. Click on the links below.

The giants awake

iPlayer came, we watched, it conquered

‘TV for the iPod generation’

Vaizey slams Burnham on product placement views For Broadcast July 3rd, 2008

Howell: ITV budget is under threat For Broadcast June 6th, 2008

Dyke: ITV needs to slash programming by £150m For Broadcast May 28th, 2008

Hulu aims to outfox rival TV websites Published in Technology Guardian April 24, 2008

Pay-per-voom TV For RTS magazine, Television. April, 2008

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The trickle becomes a flood For RTS magazine, Television. March, 2008

Shaps' legacy is falling CRR ratchet For Broadcast March 6th, 2008

TV cashes in without cameras For RTS magazine, Television. February, 2008

Writers’ block For RTS magazine, Television. February, 2008

Kate was commissioning editor of the Joined-Up Media supplement in The Guardian on Jan 14 2008 sponsored by KPMG.

She also wrote several of the stories. http://media.guardian.co.uk/trends08

Introduction: Trend setters

Joined-up media:Industry under scrutiny

Joined-up media. Life beyond the small screen

Content. Creative commissioning

Airwaves. Ofcom's spectrum sale

As web ad spend gains on TV, is all advertising created equal? For Broadcast January 9th, 2008

TV prospectors eye up Arabia For RTS magazine, Television. December, 2007

What exactly is Bebo's business model? For Broadcast November 21st, 2007

ITV stays phone-in course with new sked For The Hollywood Reporter November 15th, 2007

A meeting of minds tackles the big global issues Published in Technology Guardian November 15th, 2007

Why is Sky’s tightening of its EPG rules so sensitive & Why has ITV's stock fallen so far? For Broadcast November 14th, 2007

Deverell concerned for BBC1 kids programmes Broadcast November 8th, 2007

The digital persuaders Published in The Guardian September 24th, 2007

MediaFLO still in European game IBC Daily e-news September 19, 2007

'There is a lot of talent out on the streets' Published in The Guardian September 10th, 2007

Social scientist: Kate Bulkley meets Joanna Shields Published in The Guardian August 13th, 2007

Advertisements demolish the paywalls Published in The Guardian July 26th, 2007

The small screen on your PC Published in The Guardian July 26th, 2007

Richards: tax breaks not answer for kids TV For Broadcast July 19th, 2007

Freeview could have HD channels by 2009 For Broadcast July 18th, 2007

BBC plugs iPlayer in for July launch for The Hollywood Reporter June 28th, 2007

News on the virtual second Published in The Guardian May 21st, 2007

Sky One to make not-for-TV series For Broadcast May 17th, 2007

No punches pulled in high definition war Published in The Guardian May 3rd, 2007

Facing The Fallout For Broadcast, May 3, 2007

Iostar claimed support of big name directors For Broadcast, May 3, 2007

The format king For The Royal Television Society, March 2007

Babelgum in studio talks over content For Broadcast, March 2, 2007

Online breaks down the boundaries Published in The Guardian Feb 12, 2007

Complementary sites lead to compliments Published in The Guardian Feb 12, 2007

Batteries, Wii, spam: you must remember 2006 Published in The Guardian Dec 21, 2006

Opinion - In my view - Sky falls in for ITV. Published in Broadcast Magazine Nov 24, 2006

Will your next CIO be a non-techie? For Silicon.com Oct 18, 2006

'Tardisode' audience fails to materialise Published in The Guardian Oct 16, 2006

RTL firm launches mobile TV for men Published in The Guardian Oct 16, 2006

Taking the water cooler online Published in The Guardian Sept 28, 2006

Whose content is it anyway? Published in The Guardian Sept 21, 2006

Despatches. Looking East for the key to pay TV Published in The Guardian Sept 11, 2006

Coming to a computer near you: television Published in The Observer July 16, 2006

Crunch time for kids TV Published in Broadcast July 13, 2006

Revolutionary calling Published in The Guardian June 22, 2006

Despatches. Slingbox launches in UK Published in The Guardian June 5, 2006

Sky’s New broom For the RTS Magazine, June 2006

Seeing the news from a different perspective. For Broadcast, 20th April, 2006

DIY TV For the RTS Magazine, April 2006

Indies: is less more? For Broadcast Now, 16th March, 2006

Why the red button is stuck on amber For the RTS Magazine, March 2006

Freeview's buyers get younger as sales of set-top boxes hit 10m Published in The Guardian March 1, 2006

BT TV = Freeview + VoD For the RTS Magazine, February 2006

World Cup kick-off for digital switchover promotion Published in The Guardian February 3, 2006

Television's mobile revolution Published in The Guardian December 12, 2005

Innovations: Nintendo Wi-Fi Published in The Guardian November 10, 2005

TV worth leaving home for For the RTS Magazine, November 2005

Pier to pier technology Published in The Guardian October 31, 2005

Buyer beware & TV industry's long and winding road to switchover Published in The Guardian October 19, 2005

Digital refuseniks to halve by 2012, claims report Published in The Guardian October 5, 2005

Mobile TV firms urge Ofcom to speed up licence auction Published in The Guardian September 22, 2005

Who controls what you see? For the RTS Magazine, Sept, 2005

Analysis - TV's gambling addiction Published in Broadcast August 22, 2005

24 game set for mobiles Published in The Guardian July 25, 2005

Cartoonmaker to raise £10m Published in The Guardian July 12, 2005

Why hip-hop tops the ringtone pops Published in The Guardian July 4, 2005

MTV poaches BBC new media expert Published in The Guardian June 23, 2005

Calling all channels Published in The Guardian June 13, 2005

Terry Semel: making fortunes from the web For the RTS Magazine, June, 2005

Think Global Conglomerate act Local Producer for the Royal Television Society Magazine. May 2005

Race for the mobile TV audience Published in The Guardian May 2nd, 2005

Elfy, Wealthy & wise to kids' tastes For the RTS Magazine, April 2005

Creative License Published in The Guardian April 12th, 2005

Dispatches: Mobile phones Time to play numbers game Published in The Guardian April 4, 2005

Toon Telly Wises up to Kids' Tastes for the Royal Television Society Magazine. April 2005

New deal for Sky cards Published in The Guardian March 21, 2005

Casino TV bets on a full house For the RTS Magazine, Mar, 2005

Pushing all the right buttons Published in The Guardian February 28, 2005

Sound thinking Published in The Guardian February 21, 2005

Loyalty demands more choice For the RTS Magazine, Feb, 2005

Home Choice to double reach Published in The Guardian January 27, 2005

Londoners to get ITV news on-demand Published in The Guardian December 21st, 2004

US firm regains TV Nova Published in The Guardian December 14th, 2004

It's a mobile Marvel Published in The Guardian December 13th, 2004

Energis to target media market after telecoms deal with broadcaster Published in The Guardian November 18th, 2004

Extra costs take digital bill to £1bn Published in The Guardian November 9th, 2004

Fast forward to new-style TV Published in The Guardian November 5th, 2004

Dispatches: How to net voters in the US Published in The Guardian November 1st, 2004

Kate reports on the IBC Conference in Amsterdam Published in Digital News October, 2004

Celador airs 'football Oscars' idea Published in The Guardian October 13th, 2004

Changing Definition For The Hollywood Reporter September 28th, 2004

Thriving on optimism For The Hollywood Reporter September 14th, 2004

Calling for change Published in The Guardian August 9th, 2004

CME buys Croatia Nova TV, adding to Central Euro hold For The Hollywood Reporter JULY 09, 2004

Facing up to home truths Published in The Guardian June 14, 2004

Better late than never Published in The Guardian May 17, 2004

Brit TV indies to score big with new law For The Hollywood Reporter May 11th, 2004

Reliable Sources Claim... For the RTS Magazine, May, 2004

Protection money Published in The Guardian Apr 26, 2004

The Melody Maker Published in The Guardian Apr 19, 2004

Grade faces struggle for BBC's future For The Hollywood Reporter APR 06, 2004

Economics king of Chinese TV For The Hollywood Reporter Apr 01, 2004

Probing Questions For the RTS Magazine, Apr, 2004

Bill's battle on the home front Published in The Guardian Mar 29, 2004

The tale of Tractor Tom Published in The Guardian Feb 23, 2004

Dial C for competition Published in The Guardian Feb 16, 2004

BSkyB wants new Hollywood deals For The Hollywood Reporter Feb 12, 2004

BBC bracing for difficult times For The Hollywood Reporter Feb 10, 2004

Fox stalks 'adult man' For the RTS Magazine, Feb, 2004

DVDs force the movie business to rewrite its rules Published in The Financial Times Creative Business Section. Jan 19, 2004

The town that turned off BT Published in The Guardian Jan 12, 2004

Will exports hit the buffers? For the RTS Magazine, 2004

One step ahead of the storm For the RTS Magazine, 2004

Tom Mockridge vs Silvio ‘Il Cavaliere’ Berlusconi For the RTS Magazine, 2004

Why is TV bingo not bingo? For the RTS Magazine, 2004

Is that a real horse? Published in The Guardian Dec 8, 2003

Broadband for Joe Published in The Guardian Dec 1, 2003

It's Not All or Nothing Published in The Financial Times Creative Business Section. Nov 4, 2003

Multichannel is sooo 1990s darling! For the RTS Magazine, Nov, 2003

Murdoch chief threatens to sue BBC Published in The Guardian Oct 13, 2003

No socket required Published in The Guardian Oct 13, 2003

Why go 3G... Published in The Guardian Sept 22, 2003

The world according to gizmos Published in The Guardian Sept 22, 2003

Rise and Rise of a Sales Superman (Mel Karmazin)Cambridge Convention. Sept, 2003

Back to Basics (Richard Parsons) Cambridge Convention. Sept, 2003

Call them old-fashioned... Published in The Guardian Aug 25, 2003

The bubble that didn't burst Published in The Guardian Aug 18, 2003

Vocal Goldmine Published in The Guardian Aug 11, 2003

Ultimate mix? Published in The Guardian Jul 28, 2003

Engines of Growth Published in The Guardian Jul 21, 2003

Superhighway robbery Published in The Guardian Jul 14, 2003

How will you end it? Published in The Guardian Jul 7, 2003

Access all areas Published in The Guardian Jun 9, 2003

Channel crossings Published in The Guardian Jun 9, 2003

Pace-setter gets back in the race Published in The Independent on Sunday May 25, 2003

I'm a celeb, have a bet on me Published in The Guardian May 19, 2003

Everything to play for Published in The Guardian Mar 10, 2003

An easier way back Published in The Financial Times Feb 10, 2003

Sizing up the web Published in The Guardian Jan 20, 2003

BT aims for Freeview internet deal Published in The Guardian Nov 29, 2002

Get turned on any time Published in The Guardian Nov 18, 2002

New adventures in Wi-Fi Published in The Guardian Oct 28, 2002

Are you being Freeserved? Published in The Guardian Sept 30, 2002

The slow cannibal Published in The Financial Times Sept 24, 2002

Fair play or foul? Published in The Guardian Aug 26, 2002

Sony joins in with interactive TV games Published in The Financial Times Aug 23, 2002

AOL's day of reckoning Published in The Guardian July 25, 2002

Broad Appeal Published in The Guardian June 24, 2002

Lines of dissent Published in The Guardian June 3, 2002

Head for the red Published in The Guardian May 13, 2002

Battle of the bands Published in The Guardian Apr 1, 2002

Tune in, turn on - or else Published in The Guardian Jan 28, 2002

Lattice and Thames to challenge BT with cables in sewers Published in The Independent Jan 24, 2002

Mr. Newcastle Out in the Cold as 3i Boss retreats Published in The Independent on Sunday Jan 6, 2002

Thomas Cook TV Lanches in UK (Creative Business section) Published in The Financial Times Dec 11, 2001

Blarney on tap Published in The Guardian Dec 3, 2001

Investors left gasping as new deals dry up Published in The Independent Nov 4, 2001

Gasmen buck trend with big telco investment Published in The Independent Oct 25, 2001

Tuning in to the great TV debate Published in The Independent Oct 10, 2001

The protocol for telcos' survival Published in The Independent Oct 3, 2001

Will Marj stay in charge? Published in The Independent Sept 19, 2001

The "Big Questions" conference at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Article 1. Published in The Bookseller Sept 7, 2001

SURVEY - CREATIVE BUSINESS: More dynamic broadband content Published in The Financial Times August 7, 2001

Microsoft takes stake in mobile handset producer. Published in The Independent July 23, 2001

3G Mobile Phones: Mecca for content providers or dead end? Published in The Financial Times July 17, 2001

Focus: There's scope for more thinking inside the box. Published in The Independent July 11, 2001

You've only a thin chance of getting broadband on screen. Published in The Independent June 27, 2001

The man who would be king From undersea to over all: The C&W story. Published in The Independent May 23, 2001

How long can BT Wireless go it alone? Published in The Independent May 16, 2001

A winning formula. Published in The Independent May 10, 2001

Chips with Everything. profile of ARM Holdings. Published in The Independent April 18, 2001

Building a Future with Barney. Profile of HIT Entertainment. Published in The Independent Feb. 28, 2001

Mobile operators make location big business. Published in The Independent Feb 14, 2001

Will Orange Float? Profile of Orange SA. Published in The Independent Jan 24, 2001

Tailoring the mobiles that push all the right buttons Published in The Independent Jan 10, 2001

The Cable Guy. Profile of Verizon Communications. Published in The Independent Dec 20. 2000

Symbian Profile. Published in The Independent Nov. 22, 2000

Didier Bellens: Putting Belgium on the airwaves. Published in The Independent Oct 11, 2000

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