Radio: Home broadcasting during lockdown

Radio production is better placed than TV to broadcast from home. But the coronavirus lockdown still poses challenges for the sector, writes Kevin Hilton.

The coronavirus crisis has forced broadcasters to reassess and change their operations while maintaining programme services at a time when listeners and viewers desperately need to be both informed and entertained.

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