Mike Flood Page is an Honorary Research Fellow in Media Arts at Royal Holloway, University of London, co-editor of OurBeeb at openDemocracy, and a former TV and digital media executive producer at the BBC, Channel 4 and in the independent sector. He is currently undertaking research into media strategy.
Published in: HomeThe draft BBC Charter is “distinctively” fishy
The latest twist in the Bake Off saga is a reminder of why we should be suspicious about the draft BBC Charter’s...
The BBC may soon be unable to compete
The requirement for output to be “distinctive”, coupled with the growth of media consortia, could force the BBC out...
Is the BBC licence fee still up for grabs?
John Whittingdale says the July agreement did not settle the BBC licence fee: is this a Government U-turn?
Lord Hall’s modest proposal for the BBC
While Charter Review has been marked by a clamour over cuts to programmes and services, less attention has been paid...