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Wednesday, 17 June 2009


John V Willshire

Agree, opens up all sorts of possibilities, which I think we'll need if we want Channel 4 to keep producing quality drama and so on.

And what about other 'media' that don't/won't make money... for instance, would a government ever feel it was right to support an infrastructure like Twitter if it was under threat of disappearance, yet provided 'valuable social content'?

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