This week, the duo discuss the latest news and views from Edinburgh’s television festival – including an analysis of the BBC’s comedy policy in the year since the “Sachsgate” furore.
This week’s show also features a special interview with Scott Wright, the editor of Scottish Licensed Trade News, a discussion about online defamation cases, an overview of the potential problems that can arise from Groupon and Living Social deals – and a look at how facebook campaigns can help, rather than hinder, businesses in Scotland.
As always links to the stories discussed are included in the show notes below.
FACEBOOK A ‘WASTE OF TIME FOR SCOTTISH BUSINESS’
INTERNET DEFAMATION CASES DOUBLE
EDINBURGH TV FESTIVAL
Beeb to do more for ‘older viewers’ – http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/aug/27/bbc1-older-viewers
JOHN LLOYD SLAMS BEB