If communications minister Stephen Carter really wanted to create widespread demand for high speed broadband, he would encourage content producers. He should stipulate that the work should be high definition, low budget, and preferably (to create lots of jobs) with amateur or semi-professional people,
Ideally it will be content with a proven high demand that can be produced with little more than a high spec webcam in the privacy of one’s bedroom or lounge. That should tick all the boxes in the government’s crib sheet, except one,
Here’s hoping this approach gets due consideration in his final report due in summer.