Read this: BBC questions 25% indie quota | News | Broadcast
Summary: The BBC has raised concerns about its ability to continue commissioning 25% of its content from qualifying indies amid seismic market consolidation. The corporation has argued that if “vertical integration” in the production sector continues at its current pace, the legal guarantee “may prove unrealistic and unachievable” for PSBs to maintain. “There is a risk that the level of the quota could distort commissioning decisions and the diversity of programming reaching audiences could suffer,” the BBC added in its submission to Ofcom’s PSB review. It said the media regulator should be given the power to “amend the level” of the quota. - www.broadcastnow.co.ukwww.broadcastnow.co.ukBBC questions 25% indie quota | News | B…
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