Broadcasters can arrest their fall in ratings by making "really clever and difficult programs," according to Dorothy Byrne, Channel 4's head of news and current affairs, who delivered the keynote MacTaggart lecture at the Edinburgh TV Festival on Wednesday night. Speaking to an Edinburgh auditorium packed with many of the U.K.'s most senior executives, Byrne said […] (Date:08/21/2019 20:03) Read full article >>

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