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BBC Challenged to “Take More Risks”

LONDON: While the BBC's annual report was generally upbeat, it did include a warning that viewers had identified a “performance gap” between the type of innovative programs that audiences are expecting and what is actually being delivered.

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New Vision for BBC Outlined by Culture Secretary

LONDON: The unfreezing of the license fee, an emphasis on “distinctive” content and a more open commissioning process are among the key measures set out in a white paper on the future of the BBC published by John Whittingdale, the U.K.’s Secretary of State for Culture, Media & Sport.

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Tony Hall

This interview originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2014 issue of World Screen. Established by a Royal Charter in 1922, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) declared from the start that its mission was: “to enrich people’s lives with programs and services that inform, educate and entertain.” Through the decades, just as ...

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