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Jon Snow: ‘I would defend the BBC to the death’ | Media | The Guardian
but that some media owners had a negative effect on the industry. “I think there has been a negative pull on the British media and I blame some of the proprietors for that. I still think the BBC is pretty good and I would defend it to the death, even though I have never worked for it.” [...] Asked about press coverage of Jeremy Corbyn, he said some of those writing about the Labour leader were “experiencing some kind of fear”, adding: “I think they may need to see a psychiatrist.” He said the biggest issues facing the UK were housing and inequality between the very rich and very poor, adding: “I don’t think there will be a revolution, but it has all the characteristics of what has led to revolution in the past.” [...] [ on Journalism / Covering human tragedy ] He said that while he tries to remain objective, “sometimes when powerful emotions are in play, this can be very, very hard”.
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
Video "Konservative wollen BBC eindampfen" | Zapp | ARD Mediathek
Die BBC gilt als einer der Fixpunkte des Qualitätsjournalismus - allerdings nicht in den Augen der Tories. Regierungspolitiker wollen den Sender zusammenstutzen. // -- John Whittingdale --
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
The battle for the BBC | Charlotte Higgins | Media | The Guardian
Under attack from a government intent on reducing its size and besieged by commercial rivals, the broadcaster has been forced to justify its very existence
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july 2015 by asterisk2a
Cameron’s monkeys are feasting on the BBC’s nuts | Comment is free | The Guardian
‘The culture secretary, a massive fan of torture porn, had strung the director general over a meat hook and spat into his face while dressed as an old woman’ Culture secretary John Whittingdale. [...] In January 2014, when a critically endangered water lily was stolen from Kew Gardens, the former Conservative MP Louise Mensch tweeted on her Twitter, “Got to say what’s the point? Ordinary plant hardly worth saving.” The Conservatives can’t even see the point of flowers. It’s asking a lot to expect them to see the point of the BBC. It doesn’t even attract bees.
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july 2015 by asterisk2a
Government selects panel to review the future of the BBC - BBC News
"Some of the assaults which certain newspapers are leading, with the Conservative party, against the BBC is really very worrying", Labour's Tristram Hunt - bbc.in/1Sh0YAm 'Unpatriotic assault on our institutions and identity.' // BBC director general Tony Hall said the deal gave the corporation "financial stability and the ability to plan for the future". // bbc.in/1gvp9zc &! bbc.in/1NWKUD9 However writing in the Observer Lord Hall said the negotiation process should not happen again. &! bit.ly/1JcrVA5 &! bit.ly/1dTOCAz &! bit.ly/1gvvx9E NewStatesman "The BBC is the best broadcaster in the world - but it needs to get its house in order."
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july 2015 by asterisk2a

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