BBC Negotiations Give Cause for Alarm, Writes Hutchison

Last month, the BBC agreed to significant demands on its budget, including the funding of free TV licences for people aged over 75. It followed discussions, over a matter of hours, with the Coalition Government. David Hutchison – a visiting professor in media policy at Glasgow Caledonian University – is probably not the only one concerned by the speed of proceedings. As he writes, in the latest In My Opinion, here.