We should expunge the term “public service broadcasting” from the policy lexicon
Annabel Denham writes for Spiked
Professor Philip Booth is quoted by The Times
Professor Philip Booth writes for CapX
In an article for CapX, Philip argues that as in the past there was no need for a “public service publishing” to ensure that great writing was produced, there is now “no need for public service broadcasting to ensure that great content is produced”.
The days of “public service broadcasting” being a government policy objective in and of itself must come to an end, together with all the regulatory infrastructure which it supports.
Read the full article here.