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Read this: BBC Four and News Channel facing axe as BBC eyes cuts of £550m
Summary: The director-general is understood to be considering merging BBC Four, the upmarket arts channel, with BBC Two, and moving the News Channel online. Alongside cuts to sport, the corporation will axe 12 million from its television budget, with reductions in factual, comedy and entertainment programming. - www.telegraph.co.ukRead full article: BBC Four and News Channel facing axe as …
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Friday, 20 November 2015
What is happening with the BBC and this government?
What is happening with the TV I enjoyed in the past and still do today? I always watch the BBC News Channel (as well as other BBC channels), I always use the Red Button for quick updates to News, Sport and Weather so other than the Tories hating the BBC and want rid of it, why is this loved institution being treat the way it is? It just can't be for saving money, surely?
Alan's 11 posts
Saturday, 21 November 2015
Your comment please
The more I learn about the BBC, the less I like it. Let them scramble their garbage and survive (or not) on subscription. They are no better, maybe worse, than the Hollywood studios, dictating to manufacturers their DRM requirements, which must be met if they are to get the EPG Huffman decode tables required for a functional product.
TruthBeSaid's 19 posts