Scaling Back BBC Will Damage Creativity Of Corporation, Director General Tony Hall Warns | TV News
BBC Director General Tony Hall has criticised the culture secretary after reports that the Government plans to scale back the BBC, citing that the interests of commercial rivals should not dictate the plans for its future, even if John Whittingdale is securely in their trance as he plots the Corporations demise.
Tony Hall commented that audiences “above all want our creativity enhanced not diminished”. He went on to say, “they will not want to see plans to reduce the scale and scope of the BBC so it can do less for them at home and less for Britain abroad”.
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