‘Rocco, Put Your Tail Down’: Cat Interrupts Virtual Meeting of U.K. Parliament

A member of the UK parliament’s cat appeared during a live virtual committee meeting on July 14, prompting laughter from others on the call. John Nicolson MP was speaking during a meeting of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee. The meeting, on “the future of public service broadcasting,” involved testimony from Dame Carolyn McCall, … Read more ‘Rocco, Put Your Tail Down’: Cat Interrupts Virtual Meeting of U.K. Parliament

BBC needs to ‘remain relevant’ or face being left behind, Culture Secretary says | ITV News

Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan said broadcasters who “do not remain relevant will find themselves left behind by viewers”, but has denied launching an “attack on the BBC.” Speaking in central London, Ms Morgan said “public service broadcasting is too important to allow it to become a historic relic, like Blockbuster”, referring to the decline of … Read more BBC needs to ‘remain relevant’ or face being left behind, Culture Secretary says | ITV News

What does the future hold for the BBC? – BBC Newsnight

What does the future of public service broadcasting look like in the twenty-first century? Is the BBC in crisis? Subscribe to our channel here: https://goo.gl/31Q53F The BBC’s director general, Lord Hall, has announced his summer 2020 departure. What kind of role does public service broadcasting play in a media and entertainment field which has changed … Read more What does the future hold for the BBC? – BBC Newsnight

Media: Development in Public Service Television in Morocco

Public service television has been used to bring about rapid social change and economic progress for Morocco. Like many developing countries, and for many years, Morocco has sought the help of television to disseminate development ideas to its citizens. The Moroccan government recently gave policy considerations to regulate the use of television and radio airwaves … Read more Media: Development in Public Service Television in Morocco