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About David Graham

David Graham is a former BBC producer who worked for Panorama and set up Diverse Production at the launch of Channel Four in 1982. He now runs and owns technology company, Attentional Ltd. 

Articles by David Graham

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Was truth the casualty of the BBC’s impartiality rules?

Following a referendum campaign in which the UK media has been accused of failing in their duty to educate, momentum is building to scrap, or revise, the BBC's impartiality rules.

Let's scrap the impartiality rules holding back British broadcasters

The EU referendum is fast approaching, and British TV is failing to engage the public. It's time to look again at ‘impartiality’ rules that prevent broadcasters from fulfilling their democratic remit. 

"Dear Mark..." An open letter calling for a subscription-funded BBC

David Graham calls for a subscription-funded BBC.

Too much asked, too much given: the unsustainable position of the BBC

Too much is expected of the BBC, and, in consequence, it does too much. Such a position is unsustainable, argues David Graham

Differences on the right

David Graham responds to Mark Oliver's report on public service broadcasting reform

Are UK broadcasters being googled?

David Graham asks what the impact of You Tube's TV ambitions will be on the UK broadcasting market.
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