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Today, it all changes. We must make television better. Here are the new rules

A new year. A fresh start. A chance to correct some of the bad habits that you've picked up over the past 12 months. And this should be as true for television as it is for the rest of us. If you're a TV producer, now should be the time to draw a line in the sand. It's the first of January. If you can't resolve to do better now, when can you?

Sure, new year's resolutions never really stick for anyone, so it's likely that TV's purpose will have slipped by the middle of April and it'll go back to farming out the same lazy sludge as always, but at least it will have demonstrated intent. So with that in mind, here are the television new year's resolutions I'd like to see put in place for »

- Stuart Heritage

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