Channel 4 bosses unveiled their vision of the broadcaster's future today, saying its role would be stronger than ever in an increasingly digital age.
The plan is aimed at convincing policymakers it is a valuable public service and plugging a funding gap of up to £150m a year.
The Next on 4 proposals include several targets, commitments and specific plans. They include airing more new programmes in peaktime than any other broadcaster, spending more on output for children and putting 260 hours of new documentaries in peaktime through the year.
What is the point in this channel... all they do is show drivel like Big Brother 38523935859387529843 starts soon, and then leach millions from the public every year. If the channel aint commercially viable, why dont Ofcom shut the fooker down instead of constantly bailing them out every year!!! Digital Spy Report