Tagged with: Licence Fee

Posts (14)

  1. Head of Revenue Management

    Pipa Doubtfire is the Head of Revenue Management for BBC TV Licensing. Here she responds to an article in today’s Daily Mail about how TV Licensing enforces the licence fee.

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  2. Director of Workplace and Safety

    Paul Greeves, BBC Director of Workplace and Safety puts today's NAO report in context with an overview of our project to make BBC buildings more efficient.

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  3. BBC Director- General

    Tony Hall champions the BBC's value for money in response to recent newspaper reports.

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  4. Managing Director of Finance and Operations

    Anne Bulford, BBC Managing Director of Finance and Operations, introduces a new report on the efficiency of the BBC.

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  5. Digital Content Producer, About The BBC Blog

    At a preview screening in Bristol for BBC One series Life Story narrated by David Attenborough, the veteran broadcaster participated in a discussion, find out what he said as highlighted in a Radio Times feature. 

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  6. Head of Communications and Policy, TV Licensing

    Sian Healey, Head of Communications and Policy for TV Licensing looks at why some sport fans are ‘programme packing’ and ‘screen stacking’ live TV on up to three devices at once.

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  7. Head of Revenue Management

    Pipa Doubtfire, head of revenue management at the BBC, leads the TV Licensing Management Unit, here she shares some surprising facts about TV Licensing on the publication of its Annual Review.

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  8. Director of Policy, BBC

    James Heath, Director, BBC Policy responds to an article on the Institute of Economic Affairs website about the future of the Licence Fee.

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  9. Head of Corporate and Public Affairs

    Today, MPs approved clauses in the Deregulation Bill that will set up a review into whether non-payment of the licence fee should carry civil rather than criminal penalties. Andrew Scadding considers the implications.

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  10. Head of Corporate and Public Affairs

    As the BBC cannot turn off services for those who do not pay the licence fee, it needs an effective payment enforcement system. Andrew Scadding explains how the BBC is more vulnerable to payment-evasion than other broadcasters who can disconnect non-payers.

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