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12:50

Gibraltar

New book on public service broadcasting

D.B

A new book has just been launched about public service broadcasting on the Rock. 'This is Gibraltar' was written by George Valarino, who worked in the sector for over 40 years and describes the book as “a labour of love.” It costs £15 from the

16:11

Sport

Life, not as we know it

Rob Palmer

...should be scrapped but most of these tend to be just above the relegation zone. End it now and broadcasting agreements, sponsorship deals and even player contracts will be broken and potentially voided. It could be argued that seeing footballers ... retrieves the ball, first aid team, bus drivers, hotel staff, catering? The list is long. Care must be taken, of course. On the day of my last commentary before lockdown, the whole broadcasting kit was thoroughly disinfected, and we were all keeping a

16:49

Sport

Thirty-five fun-filled days

Rob Palmer

...break sponsorship and broadcasting contracts meaning that the millions they depend upon will not be forthcoming and they'll struggle to pay bills and wages. So, clear the diary (that's not difficult) and prepare for back-to-back football. La Liga

15:29

Opinion

Hear my voice

Peter Edgerton

...cast a cursory eye over TwitFaceChatGram where, you can bet your bottom dollar, nobody has the faintest idea about anything. At least they don't say 'ramping up' and 'rolling out' every thirty seconds, though, unlike our broadcasting chums, so that's a

18:47

Sport

La Liga must resume before the end of June to be viable, say clubs

ANTONIO GÓNGORA / ÓSCAR BELLOT

...clear. If the games can't be played, La Liga is set to lose out on around 700 million euros - 500 million of which would be from unpaid broadcasting rights. "We are going to finish the season, we are working on the deadlines," he said. "There are

18:09

Sport

Coming out of the tunnel

Rob Palmer

...depends on broadcasting rights money and if the Spanish season isn't completed then 550 million euros will be lost in revenue. If the television companies don't air the games, they lose subscriptions, advertising money and even the controversial gambling

14:27

Opinion

Wine waiters in waiting

ANDREW J. LINN

broadcasting shows like in America, where sommeliers compete against each other in blind tastings and other such nonsense. The recent Netflix film, Somms, was a big hit in the USA, and as a result sommeliers rocketed to the top of popularity lists in the