Arts TV At A Crossroads

“While big broadcasters mutter about public service remit and top-slicing the licence fee, the tiniest galleries and dance companies are producing videos of their own. … Channel Five may have ditched its last arts programme in 2008 (Tim Marlow On . . . ), but does this matter when orchestras, theatres, even newspaper arts desks now make their own web TV? Are we witnessing the end of an era, or the birth of a new one?”

Source: The Guardian (UK) 08/04/09