A 2015 Beesley Lecture on how to fund the BBC
With its Charter due for renewal in 2016, the decline in the BBC’s audience share continues as channels proliferate and new ways to watch television take hold. In the light of digital switchover, pay-to-view TV and internet services, this lecture will consider whether the licence fee can be adapted to reflect this new world, or should be replaced by a new funding model.
Lecturer: Helen Weeds
, Professor of Economics, University of Essex
Respondent: Diane Coyle
, Professor of Economics, University of Manchester
, and Founder of Enlightenment Economics
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