What is your reaction to the BBC finance proposals?
The BBC licence fee will be frozen at £145.50 for the next six years, ministers are expected to reveal during the Spending Review on Wednesday. What impact will this have on broadcasting?
The corporation will also take over the costs of running the World Service, currently funded by the Foreign Office, as well as the Welsh language TV channel S4C.
A previous proposal to make the BBC pay the cost of free TV licences for the over-75s is understood to be cancelled. However, the government's plans mean there will be 16% real terms cut in the corporation's funds over the next six years.
Are the proposals the best settlement for the BBC in the current financial climate? Will it affect standards? Will audiences suffer?
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