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Ofcom boss outlines regulatory plans
Ofcom boss and Karen Bradley to appear
Paralympian among nine BBC appointments
‘Impartiality is the cornerstone of BBC News’
TAC eyes £8.2m cash injection
Regulator to publish performance framework
Outperforms BAME, LGBT disabled staff goals
Final consultation will last until the autumn
Tony Hall calls for reassurance from Capita
Director of BBC Sport Barbara Slater has warned that crown jewels events such as the Olympic Games and Wimbledon could be “abolished by the back door” if the government fails to update legislation.
BBC director of content Charlotte Moore and deputy director general Anne Bulford have received 10% pay rises after their remits were expanded in July.
The BBC has underestimated the level of licence fee evasion and will struggle to meet its targets to reduce it by 2020, according to a report by the National Audit Office (NAO).
Peers have urged the government to maintain the UK’s access to the EU’s £1.2bn Creative Europe fund after Brexit.
Ofcom has decided not to investigate complaints made against BBC2 sketch show Revolting after it included an Isis-themed parody of the Real Housewives franchise.
Incoming BBC chairman Sir David Clementi stressed his political neutrality and claimed significant knowledge of BBC programming as he faced questions from MPs at a select committee hearing on Tuesday, 17 January.
Incoming BBC chair Sir David Clementi has put independence, impartiality and accuracy at the top of the agenda for the corporation as he prepares to lead its new unitary board.
The BBC and Ofcom have clashed over an estimated £9m bill to cover the regulation of the corporation.
Sir David Clementi’s appointment as BBC chair has been broadly welcomed by industry executives, with his in-depth knowledge of the corporation’s regulatory regime labelled a bonus.
A clearer picture of the plan for BBC Studios has emerged after the Trust published its assessment of the corporation’s proposals before Christmas.
Ofcom has been charged with ensuring that the BBC commissions shows from BBC Studios at market rates after rivals raised concerns that the subsidiary would receive favourable terms.
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