Reality check

Billen, Andrew
September 2005
New Statesman;9/5/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4756, p32
Focuses on The MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival. Description of the festival, which allows television executives to gather and discuss television programs; People who are on the panel at the festival; Channel of the Year award given to BBC1; Discussion of reality television and its future.


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