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#201541
Green Man

Flogging a day horse 3 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1332074/bbc-li...m-standard-tim-davie

It would be a failure. BBC Need to start selling ad space. YouTube has tons of ads but it don't stop people watching the videos they want to see.

Nothing is stopping people just buying a cheap set top box and tuning in. I can't see Capita knocking on doors during a pandemic.

Please wake up sheeple.
 
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#201543
wyot

Re:Flogging a day horse 3 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
It is a very 20th century approach isn't it?

How does it sit with the founding principles of the BBC charter? "to act in the public interest, serving all audiences..."

It would seem now,to paraphrase Orwell, that some audiences are more important than other audiences...
 
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#201545
Green Man

Re:Flogging a day horse 3 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
wyot wrote:
It is a very 20th century approach isn't it?

How does it sit with the founding principles of the BBC charter? "to act in the public interest, serving all audiences..."

It would seem now,to paraphrase Orwell, that some audiences are more important than other audiences...


The charter should be scrapped maybe the BBC should be sold in an auction or merge with Sony. We don't need more crap from Viacom. BBC would probably merge Channel 4 or The Guardian.

I can't remember when I actually saw a BBC programme or listen to a radio station of theirs.
 
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