Broadcasting

Whether it's Stranger Things on Netflix, news clips on Facebook, or EastEnders on BBC One, in terms of what to watch, we've
Despite a crisis which saw over 20 staff members quit a couple of months ago, Eurovision fans should breathe a sigh of relief: the show will go on. While die-hard fans will have spent a significant amount of money to travel to the Ukraine this year, most of Eurovision's 180 million viewers will be tuning in to watch it in their own homes.
A random experience on the morning commute made me think of the most inspired piece of radio I've ever heard. Stepping off
One of the things I find myself wondering every time the Edinburgh Fringe Festival comes round is; if an event of that size and stature is on the "fringe" of something, what the hell is the main event?
"They'll probably have to drag me away from the microphone when they decide to elbow me. I shall cling to it. There'll be
Two weeks ago, the first radio station I worked at was turned off with little fuss and little attention...
The BBC is to cut more than 1,000 jobs, including many managerial roles, because of a £150 million shortfall in its licence
There are currently six women presenting solo shows at Xfm London. There are fourteen men. So comparatively we are bucking the trend at 30% females (versus the national average of 20%). Imagine a male DJ joining a station and finding himself one of only six men amongst fourteen female presenters. Do you think for one moment he would proclaim to his friends that he is "lucky to be amongst so many male presenters"?
Without the license fee, the BBC wouldn't have been able to establish the web services leaving other broadcasters in the shade - my service users would consider that a reason for keeping the fee, not abolishing it, and like any business owner I should put them first, surely?