increasing production cost
I guess people are more expensive, but there must be some hidden (or at least non obvious) cost that accounts for this. It's certainly not the technical side of production, which seems like it's more accessible now than ever before.
Lots of cheap media graduates too. It's a mystery to me.
So, if we take a leaf out of Charlie Stross's novel Rule 34, where the big supermarkets were nationalised; a future government may be tempted to nationalise Sky in order to get a public broadcaster!
I thought we had been 'nationalised'! That is the prob. This is a lazy fair govt. Corporate rulz nZZZZZZ!