Read this: BBC royal charter renewal: Scottish no vote could lead to a federal corporation | Media Network | Guardian Professional
Summary: The BBCs royal charter and agreements that underpin the BBCs existence specify the corporations public purposes, size, scale, scope, governance and funding mechanism. When the charter comes up for renewal by convention every 10 years coinciding as it does with the need for a new licence fee settlement the BBC must find a convincing narrative about itself to avoid losing complete control of the public debate to others with well-worn agendas bent on radical change. Although its programmes and services are by and large doing well and remain highly appreciated by the licence-paying public, the BBC corporately has been through a pretty torrid time. - theguardian.comwww.theguardian.comBBC royal charter renewal: Scottish no v…
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