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The government is right to want to protect the vulnerable from harmful social media, but it’s going about it in the wrong way
The people’s broadcasters
Why the UK government’s new school curriculum resource body should partner with the BBC
Channel 4: why selling the broadcaster is a risky move for the UK government
Public Service Broadcasting in the Online Television Environment: The Case for PSB VoD Players and the Role of Policy Focusing on the BBC iPlayer
The Public Service Media and Public Service Internet Manifesto
Full ownership of Sky will increase Rupert Murdoch’s power
Topping up the trust fund: restoring public confidence in science
Prof Steven Barnett writes to FT about their view on Leveson
Press regulation: three reasons why a 30 year old campaign must continue
Voters Back Tougher Press Regulation – So Will Theresa May Back The People?
Radio spectrum battles: Television broadcast vs wireless broad-band and the future of PSB
Murdoch Sky bid is a nasty Christmas headache for the culture secretary
History repeated as IPSO morphs into the PCC
Press regulation in Britain: a step forward – and a step back
Not as nice as it looks
Does Theresa May really want an independent BBC? The jury’s out
The Tragic Downfall of British Media
What does contestable funding mean for children’s TV in Britain?
The BBC, the White Paper and the Future of UK Children’s Content
Yes, the BBC is penitent over the Savile abuse scandal. And now it must lead
Future of BBC should not be left to this committee of MPs
UK might get a press watchdog with teeth
Why new regulator could be a game-changing moment for journalism
Experiments in Euro-Med Collaboration in Children’s Screen Media
The Press Recognition Panel is far from a waste of time and money
Politics versus public interest in battle over press regulation
Plurality, Policy and the Local: Can hyperlocals fill the gap?
VIEWPOINT: A MALICIOUS AND UNDEMOCRATIC ASSAULT ON THE BBC
Why the BBC Trust must not be abolished
New Book: Media Power and Plurality
Is the BBC safe in the hands of Britain’s new culture secretary?
After Patten, the BBC needs a steady hand that can reshape it in testing times
Why the BBC’s Future Hangs on This Election
‘Toothless’ press regulator is a busted flush, but genuine post-Leveson reform is still on the way
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