Read this: BBC charter review: what the panel members have said in the past
Summary: quotWho judges the performance of the BBC, that's the issue that is really in debate now. You wouldn't notice a lot of difference about the way the content is regulated apart from this issue of impartiality. What you would be trying to resolve is who would give a running commentary on how is the BBC is doing, is it spending public money properly. You could hardly leave that to the body which is running the BBC, they may have a view on it. The select committee thought there should be a third body, sometimes known as Ofbeed. They called it the public service broadcasting commission. The debate is around is that part of Ofcom or is it to the side of Ofcomquot. quotClearly something must be done about governance at the BBC. The current view is to simply choose a new director general from outside the BBC bureaucracy in the hope that this individual will be able to rectify mistakes the organisation makes. However, the BBC may simply be too big an organisation for an individual to manage successfully given the dual demands of producing, high-quality, accurate journalism within aquotlight touchquot management environment. - www.theguardian.comwww.theguardian.comBBC charter review: what the panel membe…
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