British publicly-owned commercial broadcaster Channel 4 is in buoyant mode, announcing robust profits in a difficult TV advertising market alongside plans to launch a video-on-demand service.
The latter will be launched this autumn, combining advertiser-funded shows, subscription channels and paid for downloads.
However, C4 must first reach agreement with independent programme producers' trade body Pact over the length of time it can exploit made-for-TV programmes on the internet and mobile phones.
Media regulator Ofcom has given broadcasters until the end of May to reach a compromise "We're working very hard [to find a solution]," says Duncan. "There will have to be give and take on both sides to find a sensible middle ground."
Data sourced from MediaGuardian.co.uk and BrandRepublic (UK); additional content by WARC staff