The first report from a scintillating ourBeeb discussion with Claire Enders, Britain's leading media analyst, finds the BBC at a digital crossroads, but holding up remarkably well.
Following our discussion with Greg Dyke at King's earlier this summer, last week we had a similar meeting with Claire Enders, Britain's leading media analyst, for two hours of fascinating discussion about the future of TV and radio, and the BBC's ever-changing place in it. (She was fresh from giving evidence to The Leveson Inquiry, which you can find here, if you're interested.)
From technology to audience shares, from revenue to the digital revolution, there are some persistent myths to be debunked and striking projections Claire's team have put together, using data only her company has access to. The highlights of our discussion will be available on ourBeeb in podcast form very soon, but for now here are the charts and data she presented to us, with accompanying explanations. (Or for download in PDF form, as the text below may appear small on some screens.)