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TALENT DRAIN
As executives pour out the door, two uninspiring names are in the frame to land the head of BBC Content job in DG Tony Hall’s agonised restructuring.

PRIZE CHUMPS
Foreign correspondent Malcolm Brabant, coldly ditched by the BBC, has the last laugh winning a Peabody prize for his subsequent work for PBS.

YOU CAN BET ON IT…
A mysterious flurry of bets on Pearl Mackie (Who she?) to be Doctor Who’s new sidekick precede the official announcement and confound the bookies.

BROADBAND BREAKDOWN
Why the Advertising Standards Authority’s belated crackdown on misleading broadband advertising is almost worse than useless.

PLUS: Ad Nauseam, Dumb Britain, Desperate Marketing, Malgorithms & more.

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- Phone lines: Now hacking claims extend to the Sun
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