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Consumers Want News On Phone; TV Must Change

As consumers increasingly demand immediacy and relevance, as technology demands investment, it seems unlikely that spending upwards of £60m a year on a closed, satellite infrastructure that delivers the news – late – to 1% or 2% of the available audience will remain a sensible use of resources. Managing the transition away from that expensive infrastructure to a low-capital digital future is the hardest task. Starting from scratch with minimal physical overheads is easier than weaning an organisation off printing presses or TV transmitters.

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