Read this: SNP plan for telly on cheap | The Sun |Home Scotland|Scottish News
Summary: Arts Minister Mike Russell called for a mixed funding model like that used in Ireland. It means Scots would still be able to watch EastEnders and River City but might have to put up with ads in the middle. Mr Russell said the 4.6billion of programmes provided by the BBC would be replaced by a 300milion Scottish-based broadcaster. - thesun.co.ukRead full article: SNP plan for telly on cheap | The Sun |H…
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