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- James O'Driscoll
ISBN-10 0194306445 ISBN-13 9780194306447
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Study Cards on bbc, government, license

What is the reputation of the BBC?
impartiality and objectivity
What is the BBC mostly proud of?
The fact that it gets complaints from both political sides, because it shows impartiality and independence.
What is the role the government has in the functioning of the BBC?
The BBC depends neither on advertising nor on the government. It gets its income from the license fee. However, the government: 
  • decides how much this license fee is going to be;
  • appoints its board of governors and its director-general;
  • has the right to veto any program;
  • has the right to take away its license to broadcast.
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