Wednesday, August 25, 2010

BBC Radio to offer more hours to independent sector

By Matthew Hemley for The Stage:
Independent producers of BBC radio drama will have the opportunity to bid for more programme slots on the Corporation’s networks following a review carried out by the BBC Trust.

The review looked at independent supply of radio programming, with the trust concluding that a further 10% of BBC Radio programming should be opened up to the independent sector, on top of the guaranteed 10% quota producers already benefit from.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous12:24 pm

    Well as long as they open it to more short stories from new writers, and offer more help for radio drama writers generally to get broadcast.


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