The British Broadcasting Challenge has today launched a new report, Rebuilding the BBC for Britain and the world: A vision for the future.
We believe that a revitalised, properly funded, and independent BBC can flourish if its strengths and value to the nation are recognised by the government of the day.
For too long, debates about the future of the BBC have instead focused on marginalising or weakening it.
We urgently need a genuine and constructive debate about how we can build on the BBC’s historic remit to inform, educate and entertain, for the benefit of Britain and the world in the 21st century.
Our report outlines the principles that we believe this debate should be based on, and proposes ways to restore the BBC’s proper position as one of our country’s great institutions.
Pat Younge, Chair of the British Broadcasting Challenge, explains more about our report in the Guardian.
You can read the report in full by clicking here.
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