Read this: Ariel - Executives questioned on DQF
Summary: Audiences will 'switch off' Helen Shawcross of Inside Out, Bristol was one caller who challenged plans to cut 40 from the strand's budget, claiming audiences would simple 'switch off' if there were fewer, and critically, less local programmes. 'Its sends a clear message that the BBC doesn't care about working class audiences,' she said. Thompson said that, having been exempted from Creative Future cuts, local radio was taking a much lower hit than, for instance tv, this time round 'Within that we're protecting the parts of the day when 86 of listening takes place,' he said. - bbc.co.ukRead full article: Ariel - Executives questioned on DQF…
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