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The Guardian Media Briefing on September 23, 2015.

Media briefing Wednesday 23 Sep 2015 g Top stories on MediaGuardian More » X Factor producer: moving Strictly Come Dancing was unnecessary Richard Holloway questions BBC decision to shift dance show in schedules and believes Simon Cowell’s ITV talent series may have ‘finite lifespan’ Miley Cyrus MAC ad avoids ban after complaints it was overtly sexual Advertising Standards Authority rules overall message of posters for cosmetics company was sexually suggestive, but not enough to cause widespread offence BBC announces ‘visceral’ Troy drama as part of new season of programmes

The Guardian Media Briefing - September 21, 2015:

Media briefing Monday 21 Sep 2015 g Top stories on MediaGuardian More » Stop meddling with BBC, European media bosses tell government Heads of seven Nordic public service broadcasters urge UK to protect BBC’s independence, saying diminished broadcaster reduces country’s standing Jonathan Dimbleby accuses Murdoch papers of trying to weaken BBC Presenter will also claim culture secretary has anti-BBC agenda in speech at Prix Italia awards Daniel Craig stars in Heineken campaign ahead of new James Bond film 007 teams up with new female side-kick in $100m globa

The Guardian Media Briefing - on August 20, 2015.

Media briefing Thursday 20 Aug 2015 g Top stories on MediaGuardian More » Royal warning to paparazzi over Prince George: former Diana officer blames police Former protection officer Ken Wharfe says police failure to deal directly with media led to Kensington Palace’s unprecedented warning to paparazzi BBC presenter Victoria Derbyshire diagnosed with breast cancer Radio and TV journalist announces diagnosis

The Guardian Media Briefing - August 18, 2015.

View in browser Media briefing Tuesday 18 Aug 2015 g Top stories on MediaGuardian More » Britain's Got Talent misled viewers over stunt double dog, rules Ofcom Broadcasting regulator puts ITV in the doghouse over series finale but did not impose sanctions or order broadcaster to refund voters