Yet it’s the quest for this – genuinely new forms of digital content – that represents the next profound moment of change we need to prepare for if we’re to deserve a new charter.
Good. Smart thoughts all around and the full speech is genuinely impressive.
One down, the rest of the industry to go. TV has reached the point where it simply has two binary choices: Evolve or Die.
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- walex said: I wish the BBC would let me as a non-Brit pay the TV License fee and get access to their content from outside of the British Isles.
- libre-sollus said: TV feels retro to me when I watch it now. Seems to be going the way of radio.
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