The tipping point: how much is broadcast creativity at risk?
- Document type
- Hutton, Will; O'Keeffe, Áine; Turner, Natalie
- Work Foundation, The
- Date of publication
- 1 July 2005
- Management & leadership: including strategy, public sector management, operations and production
- Business and management
- Material type
British television is at a critical juncture argues this paper. The opportunities of digitalisation are immense, and the overarching direction of policy – to open up to the private sector while sustaining the BBC as a public service broadcaster – is broadly right and commands wide support. However, there are important underlying dynamics being unleashed which potentially threaten to undermine the creativity of British television and in the medium term the ongoing sustainability of the BBC in its current form, which if better understood and acknowledged could be corrected if action were taken now. This is an important debate and we hope the report will stimulate further discussion and hopefully action.
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