BBC Needs To Be More Transparent Over High-Risk Projects, Committee Of MPs Warn | TV News
With every risky move, there should be more transparency. The House of Commons public accounts committee has said that the BBC had learnt lessons from the fiasco that was its Digital Media Initiative and had “strengthened its oversight” over projects like EastEnders which cost hundreds of millions of pounds, but warned there was still progress to be made and work to do.
To be specific, the committee warned:
“[They are] not convinced the BBC has a sufficiently robust process [for identifying risky projects, remaining] a risk of confusion about who is accountable for the delivery of critical projects”.
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