Do We Still Need Public Service Television? Event
Wednesday 25 November 2015, 7pm–8.30pm
The Guardian Media Group, The Scott Room, London, N1 9GU
Join the launch for the inquiry chaired by Lord Puttnam, examining the future of public service TV. The Guardian’s head of media Jane Martinson and Lord Puttnam talk to broadcaster Melvyn Bragg, President of RTS Peter Bazalgette, Channel 4’s Jay Hunt and Maker Studio’s Luke Hyams as they debate whether we still need a public service TV system in the era of multi-channel abundance and if so, how best to secure it.
Lord David Puttnam
Melvyn Bragg, Broadcaster and writer.
Peter Bazalgette, President of the RTS and chair of Arts Council England
Jay Hunt, Chief creative officer of Channel 4
Luke Hyams, Head of international content, Maker Studios
Jane Martinson, Head of Media at The Guardian
To attend the event, please purchase your ticket here