Wednesday, March 02, 2005

BBC Green Paper published

The government has published it's long-awaited Green Paper on the future of the BBC. The Board of Governors will be abolished, to be replaced by a BBC Trust (that is not actually a trust) and an executive board. The licence fee will remain in place until at least 2016.

Full details and the Green Paper itself are available from BBC News.

The Green Paper will work its way through Parliament, with a White Paper likely towards the end of the year.

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