As Channel 4 and Sky announce their new slates, will familiarity breed contempt?
Caution advised as ITV and others enter ‘Web3’, the metaverse and the NFT market.
Stephen Arnell reviews the broadcasters’ performances at the BAFTA TV awards and how recent misconduct allegations may have played a role.
This Curate’s Egg has several crowd-pleasing proposals, but the more problematic parts may ultimately show the Culture Secretary’s hand.
With an upcoming Raoul Moat drama and Savile documentary, are broadcasters going too far?
As TalkTV prepares to launch, is there room in the market for two ‘anti-woke’ news channels, asks Stephen Arnell.
Can Sky whether the loss of ‘Game of Thrones’ as it looks to a future without exclusive HBO content, asks Stephen Arnell.
The days when snobbish viewers could safely watch the BBC without fear of commercial TV riffraff is long gone, writes Stephen Arnell.
This week marks C5’s 25th anniversary and it has quietly achieved success without the bells and whistles, argues Stephen Arnell.
ITV charts a course for diversity – but can director of television Kevin Lygo resist the urge to step on the message, asks Stephen Arnell.