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TALK RADIO
A year after Rebekah Brooks bought Wireless Radio Group for the Murdoch empire, Rajar listening figures fail to bring a smile to anyone’s dial.

HERTZ TRANSPLANT
ITV News economics editor Noreena Hertz ups sticks for radio -- and will be fondly remembered, not least for the daily gourmet food deliveries to her desk!

ON THE CRITICAL LIST
Bad news for UK-based TV listings writers who supply Sky, Virgin and Freeview, as media giant Ericsson plans to outsource their jobs to India.

THEATRE NEWS
How London-centric theatre and dance groups pick up provincial funding from Arts Council England by claiming to be, er, ‘firmly rooted’ in the regions.

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

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