Media Columnist, Guardian
Broadcasting correspondent for the Guardian
guardian.co.uk — Channel 4 won widespread acclaim for its coverage of the Paralympics but the plaudits came at a price. The broadcaster, which surprisingly beat the BBC's Olympics programming to the sport and live event prize at the Bafta TV awards last week, sank £29m into the red last year - a £70m swing from its operating profit of £41m in 2011.
guardian.co.uk — As the founding editor of Loaded, James Brown redefined magazine publishing and set the cultural agenda for a generation of young men. After editing GQ and founding - then selling - his own publishing company, Brown now works as a media consultant and runs online magazine Sabotage Times, whose strapline: "We can't concentrate so why should you?"
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