Friday, December 03, 2004

BBC will not back-track on digital services

BBC governors have said that No radical changes will be made to BBC digital TV and radio services, despite criticism from government-commissioned reviews, reports BBC News.
The reviews concluded that low viewing figures meant BBC Three and Four were poor value for money and needed to become more mainstream.

But BBC chairman Michael Grade said innovation was as important as improving audience reach.

Governors said digital services must be given more time to develop.

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