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  1. London Olympics Organizer Sebastian Coe Seen as Favorite for BBC Trust Chair Post

    3:54 am 7/23/2014

    The winner of four Olympic medals chaired the organizing committee for the London 2012 Summer Olympics, earning praise for making them a success.Read more

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  2. BBC 'Back on Its Feet After a Very Bruising Period,' Chair Says

    3:32 am 7/21/2014

    UPDATED: In its annual report, the governing body of the U.K. public broadcaster lauds cost cuts and lower severance payouts, but says the continuing "gender imbalance" must be addressed.Read more

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  3. 'Doctor Who' Scripts Leak: BBC Worldwide Takes Disciplinary Action

    1:31 am 7/18/2014

    The commercial arm of the U.K. public broadcaster offers its "sincere apologies" to showrunner Steven Moffat and the cast and production team "who toil long hours to make the show."Read more

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  4. ‎BBC News to Cut 220 Jobs, Save $82 Million Per Year

    5:00 am 7/17/2014

    "The challenge is how to make BBC News even better, despite having less money," says the unit's head James Harding.Read more

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  5. ‎BBC TV Must Boost Appeal for Young, Ethnic Minority Audiences‎, Review Finds

    3:14 am 7/17/2014

    The broadcaster's own governing body has highlighted three challenges for its four UK TV stations in a new review.Read more

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  6. BBC Defends Coverage of Israeli Air Strikes

    2:12 pm 7/16/2014

    A pro-Palestine group staged a protest outside the BBC's London headquarters and an online petition accusing the public broadcaster of pro-Israel bias has received 45,000 signatures.Read more

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  7. 'Shaun the Sheep' Voted Favorite BBC Kids Show Amid Slew of U.K. Remakes

    3:05 am 7/15/2014

    The Aardman production beats out the likes of "Paddington Bear," "Teletubbies" and "Postman Pat" as the U.K. public broadcaster brings back some franchises for children.Read more

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  8. BBC to Launch 'Pop-Up' News Service on Facebook to Circumvent Thailand's Military Censorship

    4:03 am 7/10/2014

    The organization has decided to tap Thais' huge appetite for social media to ensure service and journalistic free speech in the country. Read more

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  9. BBC In-House Producers Will Get Chance to Make Shows for Other Networks‎

    1:56 am 7/10/2014

    "Competition is good for the BBC, and I want more of it," says Tony Hall, the head of the U.K. public broadcaster, about changes that also will allow more independent productions on BBC channels.Read more

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  10. Former BBC Chair Chris Patten to Advise Pope on Vatican Media Operations

    11:23 am 7/9/2014

    A committee he will chair will focus on how to further develop the Roman Catholic church's media outlets, which include a newspaper, a TV and radio station and digital media.Read more

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