|Gerd Leonhard - the man with the overview of what could happen next.|
It's not that public broadcasters make bad programmes. It's just that most of them are making it for me, rather than with me. All I want is to feel is part of the greater discussion. I feel that was started with projects like OurBeeb.com in he UK but that seems to have come to an end. Why not conduct the discussion about the future of public broadcasting with the public? A role for the EBU? You might be surprised about the number of fans you have.
But why does it take the Guardian to put this kind of data into a form that we can all understand? Good luck with the comparison by reading the BBC Annual Report.
Figures I'd like to see in the infographic.
How many hours of original programming do the various radio and TV networks produce? By that I mean playing commercial music on Radio 1 or Radio 3 does not count. Nor do films or content bought off the shelf. May be the answers will come in a Free Of Information Act request?