The Guardian Media Briefing - September 21, 2015:

Media briefing
Monday 21 Sep 2015
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Heads of seven Nordic public service broadcasters urge UK to protect BBC’s independence, saying diminished broadcaster reduces country’s standing
Presenter will also claim culture secretary has anti-BBC agenda in speech at Prix Italia awards
007 teams up with new female side-kick in $100m global ad campaign that launches on TV and in cinemas on Tuesday
Article rewritten to remove references to Muslims and correction made both in paper and online after complaint to press regulator Ipso
Jonathan Thompson on consumer-friendly connectivity, airwave auctions – and who pays for new aerials
The HBO show became series with most awards won in a single year, while Viola Davis became the first African-American woman to win an Emmy for best lead actress on a drama
Broadcaster in the running to sub-license rights from US Discovery in bid to show games
Ex-Top Gear presenter returns to BBC to host satirical panel show for first time since corporation chose not to renew his contract following assault on producer
The controversial art critic, who has died aged 84, made his name through his withering putdowns. Here, the Guardian remembers some of the most infamous
Apple’s new iPhone tweak empowers users and marks an advertising watershed
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