Should C4 get public subsidy?

Reid, Alasdair
April 2007
Campaign;4/20/2007, Issue 16, p12
Trade Publication
The article presents views of several executives regarding a recent report of Ofcom on the financial performance of the British television station, Channel 4, owned by Channel 4 Television Corp. According to Channel 4 chief executive Andy Duncan, the Ofcom report supports the view of the station for some of the issues. Chris Locke, director at Starcom comments that the Channel 4 is an important part of the TV landscape for viewers and advertisers, and it is still a challenging station.


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