INTERNATIONAL NEWS - BBC rejects overseas licence fee plan

BBC Worldwide internet and interactive managing director Drew Kaza has dismissed the idea of charging an international licence fee for overseas viewers to download BBC content from its websites, but says programmes may be sold via a 'transaction fee', wri

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