This thread is about the BBC
The BBC is a genuine public service broadcaster, with programme-making rather than money-making as its core function. It does not have to sell advertising or win ratings battles to survive, since it is funded by government (through the Licence Fee) and operates on a fixed budget. It competes with other broadcasters, for sure: but the competition is more about prestige and bragging rights than about money. Therefore the BBC can make content that concentrates on quality rather than on mass appeal. It seldom panders to the "lowest common denominator." Also the BBC is a formidable innovator, especially as regards technology, such as iPlayer (Internet content delivery). The BBC is often criticized: but seldom by anyone who has had to spend time stranded in hotel rooms in other countries watching what passes for TV in those places
*Or is the BBC as a whole, is liberal, painfully woke and pushing a multicultural line that the majority of Britains do not recognize?
*As some twat on here claims.
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