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terça-feira, 2 de março de 2010

BBC to spend 90pc of licence fee on programmes

The BBC will spend 90p of every licence fee pound on programmes, according to Mark Thompson, the head of the corporation.

By Urmee Khan, Digital and Media Correspondent
Published: 11:01AM GMT 02 Mar 2010

BBC's Radio 6 and Asian Network

Viewers will have more of their £142.50 licence fee spent on “core” BBC programmes and Mr Thompson said he expected the plans would see an extra £600m diverted into programme making.

The director general said the digital radio stations BBC 6 Music and Asian Network will close by the end of 2011, at the earliest.

Plans to slash the BBC's radio, television and website services have been billed as the biggest shake-up the corporations 88-year history.

Mr Thompson's plans have been criticised by union leaders who say the BBC should be focusing on cutting executive pay rather than programmes and content.

The plans are part of the corporation’s strategy review, which has now been submitted to the BBC Trust and a wider consultation period will take place.

Speaking to staff this morning, Mr Thompson pledged that in the future 90p of every £1 of licence fee will be spent on programming and that the corporation would spend 25 per cent less on BBC online by 2013.

Among the closures will be teen services Switch and Blast, with Mr Thompson admitting Channel 4 should lead the way with these audiences.

Mr Thompson also said that Radio 2 needed to "sharpen its distinctiveness in its range of music and speech".

While the quality of local radio should be increased, he proposed sharing more programmes across outlets during off-peak periods.

Jeremy Dear, general secretary of the National Union of Journalists, said: "If the BBC has to look at savings, they should tackle executive pay rather than programmes or content.

"The BBC is simply caving in to political and commercial pressure."

Mr Dear said hundreds of jobs could be affected by the cuts, warning of an industrial action ballot if there were any compulsory redundancies.

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