Saturday, September 10, 2016


Patrick Foster in The Telegraph says the BBC has conceded ground on releasing the names of on-screen 'talent' salary deals paid more than £150k - he estimates that's some one hundred names, but my instinct says more.

Mr Foster says the quid pro quo with the new DCMS team is giving the BBC more say in the appointment of non-executives to the new unitary board.

A draft version of the new Royal Charter is expected to be published on Thursday.

1 comment:

  1. For "stars" read "journos" in that Telegraph article


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