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Channel 4: rather than privatising public service media we should be expanding it online

By Christian Fuchs, Professor and Director, Communication and Media Research Institute, University of Westminster
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The UK government is reported to be pushing ahead with an investigation into privatising Channel 4, reversing its 2017 decision that the broadcaster was a “precious public asset” that would “continue to be owned by the country”.

Channel 4 was founded in 1982 with a public…

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