The BBC must stop trying to do everything | Mark Thompson | Comment is free | The Guardian

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First, the BBC should act as one of the main guarantors of public space. It should use its public purposes and the privilege of the licence fee to ensure an uninterrupted flow of investment into high-quality content and into the development and success of the best British talent. It should ensure that the combination of its resources and its values means that audiences have access to news and information they can trust. Its programmes and services must reach as broad an audience as possible, creating value for all sections of society and serving all licence-fee payers.

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