Channel 4 Should Not Be Sold, Peers Tell Government | TV News
The plan should be withdrawn completely. A cross-party group of peers has told the Government that Channel 4 should not be sold off, and that it is financially fit enough to weather the effects of the Brexit vote.
The House of Lords communications committee warned that profit-hungry owners of the Channel should it be sold off, could not be stopped from potentially undermining commitments to news, film production and the broadcasters strong record of diversity programming. They went onto reject John Whittingdale’s comment that the broadcaster would be “better off” in private hands.
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