Published in: Home: FeatureChannel 4 gave these young people their break. Now it’s up for sale
Producers who worked on C4 programmes say the broadcaster was already ‘levelling up’. Will a private owner be so...
Published in: Home: News5 times Channel 4 left the UK government red-faced
Channel 4 has had a long reputation of holding our government to account. Is privatisation payback?
Published in: Home: OpinionPrivatising Channel 4 is a right-wing attack on media freedom. Here’s why
The government’s actions echo the behaviour of populists elsewhere in the world. But there’s a twist
Published in: openDemocracyUK: OpinionPrivatising Channel 4 would be a win for the government – and a loss for everybody else
From the viewers to the independent producers to the channel’s many employees based outside of London – we all lose...
Published in: openDemocracyUK: OpinionChannel 4: Is there value in privatisation?
An industry veteran explains why fears for the broadcaster may be misplaced
Published in: ourBeebThe history of Channel 4: how David beat Goliath
The long battle to create Channel 4 was an unequal one that pitted the public interest against giant corporate and...
Published in: openDemocracyUKMedia wars over Gaza: why British broadcasters are still failing in their scrutiny of Israeli officials
UK media may indeed suggest the bombardment of Gaza is disproportionate but the idea that Israel's offensive is a...
Published in: ourBeebA smaller BBC would be good for audiences
In a digital age it's unhealthy for the Corporation to spend the whole licence fee.