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Read this: BBC News Channel faces axe as BBC launches cost-cutting drive led by James Harding

Summary: BBC News has launched a root and branch review of its operations in a bid to save millions of pounds that could potentially lead to the end of the BBC News Channel as we know it. A further 550m in annual savings will required across the corporation by 2021/22 as it faces cuts brought on by the new licence fee settlement and BBC News will need to take its share of the cutbacks. - www.radiotimes.com

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Sunday, 10 January 2016
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Nick
2:53 PM

It's not the News. It's 'what we should be thinking' propaganda. The BBC don't seem to realise we can watch loads of channels from abroad that report proper world news and shows the BBC up for what they are.

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MikeB
4:11 PM

Nick: And we are off again with the 'BBC is propaganda' theme. And no, I still don't work for the BBC.

We can watch channels from anywhere we like, thanks to the intertubes, plus all the foreign news channels on Freeview and Freesat, etc (7 other news channels on Freesat alone). However, the BBC is rated as the most trustworthy single news source in polls, with 32% going for the BBC, with ITV getting 8%. The BBC World Service also gets 2%, as does BBC radio, and the BBC website gets 3% - so the BBC is the most trusted news source with 39%. The highest scored newspaper is the Daily Mail, with 3%. The BBC is also the most trusted source in the US. But you already know this, becuase I pointed it out last November.

And despite the fact the nobody is forced to watch any BBC programmes or news at all, its still the most watched/listened to media organisation in the UK, and possibly the world (taking into account the World Service, etc). If its so awful, despite so much choice and alternatives, what are we all doing wrong?

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