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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Maurice Smith on the changes to BBC iPlayer and the TV licence fee.

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Maurice Smith on the changes to BBC iPlayer and the TV licence fee.
New TV licensing rules are making it illegal to use the BBC iPlayer app to watch the corporation's programmes without paying the licence fee. Up to now, only live content has been covered by the £145.50 annual licence, with online viewers having to confirm they have paid before they can watch a live feed of BBC channels. This policy is being extended to the catch-up service. Media Commentator Maurice Smith joined the show to discuss further.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Maurice Smith


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Making Tax Digital - do you know what it is?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: Making Tax Digital - do you know what it is?
Ed Molyneux, CEO and Co-founder of cloud-based accounting platform FreeAgent, joined the Directors’ Briefing sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, to discuss the new research suggesting nearly half of SMEs are unaware of digital tax returns. So what are the government's plans to make tax digital?
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Chris Bailey, Ed Molyneux


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Mobile bank Mondo becomes the latest UK digital bank to gain a licence

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Mobile bank Mondo becomes the latest UK digital bank to gain a licence
CEO of challenger bank Mondo, Tom Blomfield, talks about his mobile banking platform and its new digital banking licence.
Guests:

Mike Ingram, Tom Blomfield


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Is social media the new broadcast medium?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: Is social media the new broadcast medium?
50 million people have watched the Olympic Games on Snapchat since the Opening Ceremony a week and a half ago. At the same time, there have also been rumours that Apple will bring Twitter onto the Apple TV platform allowing users to watch NFL games that the social network will stream. So are social platforms turning into broadcast vehicles, and why are they taking this route? That's the question Share Radio's Joe Aldridge put to Oliver Smith, Senior Reporter at The Memo.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Joe Aldridge, Oliver Smith


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Would you pay someone else to do your washing? Lorenzo Franzi of Zipjet explains.

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Would you pay someone else to do your washing? Lorenzo Franzi of Zipjet explains.
Recent research reveals that a normal British household spends 264 hours a year doing washing. So what's the alternative? Zipjet hopes that you would want to pay someone else to do it. The startup is thinking big: It's announced a 3-month pilot partnership with Persil (Unilever) picking up, washing, and delivering clothes back to customers. Co-founder of Zipjet, Lorenzo Franzi, joined the team to discuss the plan...
Guests:

Emma Wall, Lorenzo Franzi


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: How can a company with a virtual presence protect its brand?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: How can a company with a virtual presence protect its brand?
NetNames is an online brand protection and domain name management specialist. It is responsible for keeping organisations and brands one step ahead of online threats across the globe. Stuart Fuller is the company’s Director of Commercial Operations, and he discussed company protection online.
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Chris Bailey, Stuart Fuller


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Digital Britain - Alan Woodward discusses the changing ways we consume media.

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Digital Britain - Alan Woodward discusses the changing ways we consume media.
An Ofcom report showed the average person in the UK spends just under 9 hours using media and communications every day - more than they spend sleeping. The telecom regulator's annual Communications Market Report, revealed some interesting data regarding the digital state of the nation. Joe Aldridge spoke to Professor Alan Woodward from the University of Surrey about the changing ways we access the internet.
Guests:

Steve Clarke, Joe Aldridge, Professor Alan Woodward


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Is employee negligence the biggest cyber threat to companies?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Is employee negligence the biggest cyber threat to companies?
IBM has created a new app to determine whether or not a company's systems have been compromised by cybercriminals. But industry experts say the real threat to companies' cybersecurity is simply worker negligence. Colin Tankard, Managing Director of data security providers Digital Pathways, explained the biggest worries for companies.
Guests:

Robert Van Egghen, Colin Tankard


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Should central banks develop their own cryptocurrencies?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Should central banks develop their own cryptocurrencies?
Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin are on the rise, so the debate in central banks is how to tackle digital money. Central banks certainly could enter this market, but would it be the right thing to do? Matt Cox has been hearing from monetary innovation specialist, Garrick Hileman.
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Matt Cox, Garrick Hileman


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Are drones the future when it comes to deliveries?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: Are drones the future when it comes to deliveries?
Amazon is going to start testing its drone delivery service, with the UK government’s help. Its flying robots will revolutionise how deliveries are made, but some experts have raised concerns around privacy and security. Matt Cox spoke to tech consultant and journalist Chris Green, to find out more.
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Matt Cox, Chris Bailey


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