BBC Boss ‘Confident’ Over Licence Fee

Mark Thompson, director general of the BBC, says he’s upbeat over government negotiations to renew the £3.5 billion ($5.5 billion) licence fee. Talks over the next 4-year licence fee settlement, which runs 2013-16, are due to start next summer. The … Read More »

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Scrapping Licence Fee Will Give BBC ‘Global Prescence of Hollywood Studio’

By | Monday August 2, 2010 @ 6:01am PDT

So says a new report on the future of the BBC, published by the Adam Smith Institute, known for its free-market views. The report, Global Player Or Subsidy Junkie?, argues that the BBC is far too inward looking. Its dependence … Read More »

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