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BBC Charter 2017
BBC Charter 2017/ BBC future: make sure you make the deadlineThere are two consultations about the future of the BBC, one from a government department and the other from the Corporation's governing body. Please don't miss out!
BBC Charter 2017/ BBC plc, 2017: Rest in peace, Auntie (from 2019)
BBC Charter 2017/ #GreatBBC campaign launched
BBC Charter 2017/ BBC plc, 2017. Radio 4, the last voice.
BBC Charter 2017/ BBC 2017: Which of these 14 options is best to collect 4 billion quid a year?
BBC Charter 2017/ BBC Trust say no to BBC One +1, yes to close BBC 3 on TV and extend CBBC to 9pm
BBC Charter 2017/ BBC Trust say no to BBC One +1, yes to close BBC 3 on TV and extend CBBC to 9pm
BBC Charter 2017/ BBC plc 2017. June: Media Talk discusses the ad-funded Auntie.
BBC Charter 2017/ Time for the BBC to release the DOGs?
BBC Charter 2017/ What would you like to see on Freeview in place of BBC three?
Podcast and Links
Links/ Best TV 2022: The best TVs to buyPurchasing a TV is a big decision as whatever you decide on will be your TV for years to come, and while no TV is perfect, there's certainly a TV out there that's perfect for you. For great HDR performance, consult our best 4K HDR sets for the cutting edge of TV performance then have a look at best 8K TVs, while and the best OLED TVs for those who want cinema-like picture quality in their living rooms. -
Links/ AudioUK calls on Ofcom to reverse 50% reduction in BBC Radio 4 drama – RadioToday
Podcasts/ The media mourns a monarch
Links/ Ministers to review Channel 4 privatisation and scrapping of BBC licence fee
Links/ IBC2022: Quality collaboration and incredible innovation for Media, Broadcast and Tech world
Links/ What is the future of linear TV?
Links/ What is the future of linear TV?
Podcasts/ Microsoft v The Regulator
Links/ BBC presenters: What's behind the large number leaving? - BBC News
Podcasts/ Podcasting the News
UK Free TV More stories 3
BBC Charter 2017/ What is the BBC going to cut to fund free TV licences for 4m homes with over 75sJust before the turn of the century, popular - with 43.2% of voters - New Labour Chancellor Gordon Brown found 300 million quid to pay the TV Licences for households with pensioners aged 75 or over. The dilemma for Tory Chancellor George Osborne, with 36.9% of the population behind him and cuts to make, is how to live up to a recent manifesto commitment to keep the pensioner benefits?
BBC Charter 2017/ Want to see 24 weird flags of the world that BBC World News invented?
BBC Charter 2017/ Which 29 stars wrote Prime Minister Cameron to ask him to protect the BBC?