Statements & Responses
The BBC, working in collaboration with Freeview, DUK and the DTG, intends to accelerate the adoption of international standards around interactive TV in the UK market. The BBC has developed an innovative plan to move beyond legacy MHEG technology to industry-wide adoption of HbbTV 2.0.1 in time for equipment manufacturers to build HbbTV into 2018 product cycles.
The BBC today released the following statement regarding the story on Saturday Kitchen Live viewing figures in The Sun today.
Tony Hall, BBC Director-General, has written to the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, the First Minister of Wales, First Minister and deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland, and the Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs to set out a progress report on the BBC’s provision in the devolved Nations.
"We are very disappointed that our reporter Rupert Wingfield-Hayes and his team have been deported from North Korea after the government took offence at material he had filed."
BBC Director-General Tony Hall responds to the Report of the Dame Janet Smith Review.
The BBC has today issued the following statement regarding Sir Terry Wogan’s funeral.
Robbie Gibb, Editor of BBC Live Political Programmes, responds to letter from Seamus Milne
The BBC and Pact have today set out an agreement in relation to the BBC Studios proposal.
The BBC has today released the following statement in response to the European Commission's press notice, 'Commission takes first steps to broaden access to online content and outlines its vision to modernise EU copyright rules'.
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