The Guardian Media Briefing - August 18, 2015.

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Media briefing
Tuesday 18 Aug 2015
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Broadcasting regulator puts ITV in the doghouse over series finale but did not impose sanctions or order broadcaster to refund voters
Videos made in the UK by artists signed to major labels will be classified before release, in measures meant to protect children from unsuitable online content
Multibillionaire says new Jeremy Clarkson show will be ‘very, very, very expensive and says UK could be early adopter of drone-delivered parcels
Broadcasting regulator says it will investigate programme which included ‘most offensive language’ before 9pm watershed
Ofcom rules there were no grounds to investigate BBC over ‘implied’ romance between two men next to open coffin
ITN journalist says he saw elderly man drive car off harbour wall and dived in to try to help but could not save him
Royal spokesman and police say methods, including use of other children to draw toddler into view, also put photographers at risk of armed intervention
In the wake of the collapse of the Tulisa Contostavlos trial, they argue that there are ‘serious concerns’ over the safety of their convictions
‘Provocative’ columnist resigns as columnist after evidence suggested the former Labor leader operated Twitter account widely taken to be a parody
Iain Morris and Damon Beesley are to leave Bwark Productions to co-found Fudge Park with a number of former Bwark executives
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